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Today on Beacon Hill

10:00am Chemistry Makes it in Massachusetts Lobby Day, Nurses Hall, State House

10:30am Joint Committee on Public Health, Informational Hearing

10:30am Joint Committee on Financial Services, Public Hearing

10:30am Senate Committee on Post Audit & Oversight, Oversight Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture, Public Hearing

2:00pm Rep. Paul Brodeur's Community Blood Drive, Lt. Norman Prince VFW Post #1506, 428 Main Street, Melrose

2:00pm Model UN Simulation, Great Hall, State House

5:30pm Fundraiser for Rep. David Muradian with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

6:00pm New England Council 'New Englanders of the Year' Annual Dinner , Commonwealth Hall, Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Boulevard, Boston

6:30pm Leominster Town Hall with Attorney General Maura Healey, Leominster Veterans' Services, 100 West Street, Leominster

6:30pm Allston-Brighton Community Meeting with Congressman Mike Capuano, Brighton Marine Health Center, 77 Warren Street, Brighton

Birthdays: Rep. Ruth Balser

Must-Reads

Could Trump break up the United States? » Boston Globe My debut novel comes out next week — it is (I hope) a funny chronicle of my home state of Vermont contemplating secession. But I can't stop wondering if our erratic president has sown so much d…

Reps press action plan in wake of sexual harassment report » State House News Service Describing themselves as "saddened and angered," the co-chairs of the Women's Caucus Sexual Assault Working Group are calling for immediate implementation of a five-step action plan that includes mand…

It's optometrists vs. opthalmologists in Massachusetts eye care debate » The Republican Is there a better way to provide access to eye care, particularly in places where eye doctors are scarce? …

Rare trick pays off big time for lobbyists » Boston Herald Some of Beacon Hill's top-paid lobbyists have fattened their lucrative paychecks by working under multiple firms — a rarity in the federal lobbying world — and in some cases, raising con…

Clemens says he's resigning from state Senate after admitting to affair with lobbyist » Politico The incoming Florida Senate Democratic leader abruptly resigned Friday and acknowledged he's been in therapy after admitting to an extramarital affair with a lobbyist. …

Half-dozen banking at least $500G on Beacon Hill; 7 ex-pols in top 20 » Boston Herald A half-dozen lobbyists working on Beacon Hill topped $500,000 last year, and at least seven former lawmakers were among the top 20 helping pace salaries for the state's $61 million lobbying industry. …

Chris Christie will spend his first day out of office with Springsteen » NY Post New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reveals in Monday morning's interview with Rosanna Scotto and Lori Stokes on Fox 5's “Good Day New York” that on the first day he's out of office, “he …

On K Street, Quiet Before Tax Brawl Begins » Roll Call Even though corporate America and its biggest lobbying groups have long clamored for a complete update to tax laws, divisions among them are inevitable. In short, it's not a matter of if, but when. An…

Orrin Hatch Tells Friends He Plans to Retire » The Atlantic Mitt Romney has privately told allies that if the Utah senator follows through, he plans to run to replace him.…

Think you can challenge Charlie Baker? Think quickly. » Boston Globe Paging all Massachusetts Democrats who think they have what it takes to lead a state of almost 7 million people: This is your final boarding call. …

“While I understand and support their desire to remain anonymous, the fact that victims fear the consequences to their careers of reporting the harassment is as upsetting as the harassment itself,” he said, adding that, since he became speaker in 2009, he has tried to create “a positive work environment for all our members, employees and visitors.”

House Speaker Robert DeLeo

Speaking about the sexual harassment allegations brought up by women working in Massachusetts politics.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Compared to 1986, partisanship will test today's GOP on tax cuts » Boston Globe It all seems so quaint, by today's standards. Washington's most powerful tax policy officials — Democrats and Republicans, from both Congress and the executive branch — got together to h…

Neal: Trump And GOP Needs Dem Votes For Meaningful Tax Reform » WGBH U.S. Rep. Richard Neal (D-Springfield,) the top Democrat on the U.S.'s House' taxation committee, doesn't think Congress can reach any kind of balanced budget deal to reform taxes unless Republicans r…

Business

Amazon battle a mix of challenge, opportunity » Sentinel & Enterprise A good quality of life. Low housing prices. A few dozen miles from the state's capital.…

Does Mass. have a real shot at Amazon? » Lowell Sun The race for Amazon has reached Olympic levels, as it seems nearly every city in the country put their names in the hat to score 50,000 jobs and a $5 billion investment from the tech behemoth.…

At protest, some in community stand behind Berkshire Museum's planned art sale » Berkshire Eagle Kate Lauzon and her two young children stood on the South Street divider on Saturday afternoon, facing off with more than 50 community members who gathered in front of the Berkshire Museum to protest …

Few people of color lead nonprofits, and bias is to blame, says report » Bay State Banner Too few nonprofit organizations in the U.S. — including those serving communities of color — are led by people of color, and more than one-third of people of color in the nonprofit secto…

Manufacturers seek relief from toxics act requirements » State House News Service

Civil Rights

Organizers of free speech rally planned for next month will go ahead despite denial of permit » Boston Globe The organizers of a controversial free speech rally planned for Boston Common next month say they will move forward with the event despite being denied a permit by city officials over concerns it woul…

Education

South County educators express cautious optimism on state auditor's regionalization report » The Berkshire Eagle Cautious optimism, at least. That's the general reaction of leading South County educators after the release of a study last week by Auditor Suzanne Bump urging state government to develop financial i…

Voters say 'yes' on new Cape Tech » The Barnstable Patriot Future Cape high school students who are “hands-on” learners will attend class, lab, or shop at a new $128 million building that a majority of voters passed 3:1 Tuesday in a district-wide …

Healey slams loan forgiveness change » Boston Herald State Attorney General Maura Healey yesterday fired back at U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos following a report that the Trump administration may only partially forgive federal loans of student…

Document, video: Easthampton Schools approve new pact with Easthampton Police » The Republican After months of negotiation, the School Committee has approved a new agreement between the city's school district and its police department.…

Average tax burden for Lowell High project? Over $8G » Lowell Sun The average homeowner will pay at least $8,790 more in property taxes, over the course of 30 years, in order to build a new high school near Cawley Stadium.…

Environment

Lawmakers and local activists support environmental justice bill » The Sun Chronicle Clean air and water are guaranteed rights under the Massachusetts Constitution, and lawmakers and activists hope these rights will soon become law.…

Cyr seeks 'more teeth' for nuclear panel » Cape Cod Times The senator for the Cape & Islands District is looking to increase resources, in the form of new perspectives and much-needed cash, for a state-appointed committee charged with offering advice on the …

Bill calls for study of agritourism » The Recorder Whether it's the upcoming Cider Days, Mike's Maze in Sunderland or the North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Festival, there's little doubt that agritourism is a key slice of bringing visitors to Franklin Cou…

Paying environmental tribute to neighboring states » Commonwealth Magazine Developers of transmission for hydroelectric energy from Canada, wind from Maine, and solar power from all over New England sharpened their pencils, negotiated with property owners, conducted environm…

Health Care

Legislators, Stakeholders Discuss Access to Mental Health Care » Cape Cod Online Legislators from the Cape and Islands met with officials from Child and Family Services Cape Cod on Friday to discuss the organization's work in helping local families with mental health needs.…

How Mass. Providers Are Responding To A Call For 'Sanctuary Hospitals' » WBUR For immigrants in the country illegally, the fear of running into U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents has made some public places appear threatening. In the current environment, that…

Outcomes for stroke patients not always determined by hospital proximity » State House News Service

Housing

Allegations of bullying, harassment in North Attleboro senior housing complex » The Sun Chronicle Local residents of one of the town's senior housing authority units say they face bullying and harassment from other tenants in the apartment building, and allege staff at the North Attleboro Housing …

Judiciary

On Beacon Hill: The Justice League » State House News Service The idea of criminal justice reform has been held out for years by Beacon Hill legislators as a worthy and necessary goal. But putting the pieces together has been a difficult puzzle to assemble. The …

With criminal-justice bill on table, House comes together for rare Friday session » Sentinel & Enterprise Hours after the Senate approved an omnibus criminal justice reform bill, the House gaveled in for a rare Friday session and a member of Speaker Robert DeLeo's team raised the possibility that an effor…

ECCO PRAISES CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM LEGISLATION » Lynn Daily News Item A Lynn pastor said a criminal justice reform measure supported by the state Senate will help drug addicts get treatment instead of jail and reduce prejudice in sentencing. …

STATE HOUSE ROUNDUP -- Criminal justice reform gets (partly) done » The idea of criminal justice reform has been held out for years by Beacon Hill legislators as a worthy and necessary goal, but putting the pieces together has been a difficult puzzle to assemble.…

District Attorney Gulluni honored in Feeding Hills » WWLP 22 Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni has removed thousands of pounds of drugs off the streets and put dozens of drug dealers in jail, and Sunday he was honored.…

Labor

State lawmakers looking to extend OSHA to protect workers » WWLP 22 Both the House and Senate have approved bills that would extend Occupational Safety and Health Act protections to public sector employees. Lawmakers hope to soon get a final bill on the Governor Charl…

Union boss mum on high school site » Lowell Sun PAUL GEORGES, who's maintained an iron-clad grip on the United Teachers of Lowell as its president for decades, is no shrinking violet. He's opinionated. He has a gift for gab.…

Brissette lawyers seek 'Top Chef' gag in Boston Calling case » Boston Herald The City Hall tourism chief facing extortion charges for an alleged union jobs shakedown involving the Boston Calling concert is angling to keep any mention of his role in the “Top Chef” r…

Local Government

SATURDAY CHAT: Is city charter next big battle in Lowell? » Lowell Sun A new controversial issue may be emerging in the city that could possibly be as divisive as the Lowell High debate. A group that feels the city needs to change its charter to give minorities a better …

Remember the TD Garden teen sleuths? City Hall is giving them $2 million » Boston Globe Rack up another $2 million for the teenage sleuths at the Hyde Square Task Force who have been helping raise funds for the Jackson Square Recreation Center.…

Why is Billerica's turf vote taking place on Dec. 2? » Lowell Sun BILLERICA -- Officials were adamant: The special election must take place in this narrow 14- to 21-day window. …

Opinion

A Dilbert's-eye view of Trump as 'Clown Genius' » Boston Globe As far as I know, only one regular Globe contributor correctly predicted Donald Trump's 2016 election victory. He made his call in a blog post entitled “Clown Genius,” 15 months before the…

Boston Fire Department slides backward on diversity » Boston Globe BOSTON CAN'T SAY it wasn't warned about the worrisome diversity gap in the Boston Fire Department. When a court struck down the department's old hiring system in 2003, ending a consent decree that had…

Editorial: The politics of tolls » Boston Herald Campaign season is underway in Massachusetts and suddenly there's a growing movement to spread the pain of highway tolls all around the commonwealth. If that seems counterintuitive, well, just follow …

An overdue effort on Internet ads » Boston Globe As Americans have learned since the last election, Internet ads can race halfway around the world before truth-squadders are even aware of their existence, much less who paid for them. …

Could Trump break up the United States? » Boston Globe My debut novel comes out next week — it is (I hope) a funny chronicle of my home state of Vermont contemplating secession.…

Our Opinion: Follow House lead on harassment efforts » Berkshire Eagle The sexual harassment scandal involving former film executive Harvey Weinstein triggered the #MeToo movement, in which women are sharing their own stories of harassment in the workplace and in society…

EDITORIAL: Senate's rush job on judicial reform bill a victory for offenders » Sentinel & Enterprise Senate Democrats decided to proceed into the wee hours of the morning -- a maneuver usually reserved for controversial measures like awarding themselves pay raises -- to pass an all-encompassing crimi…

LETTER: Supports Chalifoux Zephir for Senate » Worcester Telegram Sometimes, one candidate stands out from the crowd. Sue Chalifoux Zephir is that person. Voters who usually skip primaries should not miss out on this one. Your vote will make a difference. You will d…

Gov. Charlie Baker Supports Selfish Drug Addicts But Not Hard Working Americans » The Valley Patriot

Fix city's housing crisis by using 40R law, which brings funds, insurance from state » Cambridge Day

Politics

Republican US Senate candidate Geoff Diehl pledges to not raise taxes » The Republican Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Geoff Diehl pledged this week that he will oppose any policies that would raise Americans' taxes if sent to represent Massachusetts in Washington D.C. next fall. Diehl, …

Willie win? Lantigua aims to regain mayor's office » Eagle Tribune The bench at Lawrence and Park streets is in the heart of Lantigua territory, a few blocks from the modest apartment the former mayor rents and at the center of a neighborhood he won by more than 2-to…

Keller @ Large: Previewing 2018 With Mass Dem. Party Chair Gus Bickford » CBS Boston We're days away from Municipal Election Day in Massachusetts–and it marks the unofficial starting gun for several important races in 2018, including those for Governor of Massachusetts and for …

Millennials in Legislature seek to bridge generational gap » Merced Sun-Star As an institution, the Massachusetts Legislature historically rewards seniority and loyalty among its own ranks and responds more readily to entrenched interests and reliable voters in member district…

Candidates' forum featuring Democratic Senate hopefuls » Worcester Telegram State Rep. Harold Naughton will host a Meet the Candidates Night for the three Democratic primary nominees for the vacant Worcester & Middlesex State Senate seat. The Senate seat was vacated when form…

Tsongas Endorses Vargas; Plans Saturday Day and Night Campaign Events » WHAV Congresswoman Niki Tsongas this week endorsed City Councilor Andy Vargas to be the next state representative for Haverhill's Third Essex District.…

Bellingham selectman to seek 8th Worcester House seat » Milford Daily News BELLINGHAM - Selectman Michael Soter has announced his intention to run for the 8th Worcester District state representative seat next year.…

GAY: Remembering debates long past » The Sun Chronicle The view Frank Cook has of Attleboro's city council chambers is different than any other seat in the large room. The longtime council president sits in the only chair that directly faces the five rows…

Newsmakers Attleboro Mayor Debate: Kevin Dumas, Paul Heroux » WPRI This week on Newsmakers: a debate between the two candidates for Attleboro mayor, incumbent Kevin Dumas and challenger Paul Heroux. …

Desalination Plant For Sale? Brockton Mayor's Race May Determine If City's Buying » WGBH The city of Brockton has been trying to figure out for more than a decade how best to meet the need for drinking water. And that debate is now playing out in the city's mayoral election, with the cand…

Override opponent in Norton charged with violating campaign finance law » The Sun Chronicle A state official is accusing Ralph Stefanelli, an outspoken opponent of last spring's $2.2 million tax override, with violating state campaign finance law.…

Baker draws large crowd, protesters to Dumas event in Attleboro » The Sun Chronicle Gov. Charlie Baker came to Attleboro Saturday to throw his support behind Mayor Kevin Dumas' re-election effort, but also attracted two sets of protesters.…

Beaty Endorses GOP Candidate Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate » Cape Cod Today Republican Barnstable County Commissioner Ronald Beaty today endorsed Geoff Diehl for United States Senator from Massachusetts. …

Fake website stirs up mayoral campaign » Newburyport News A website that co-opted the name of a mayoral candidate — and raised questions about his qualifications for the job — stirred anger and an accusation against his rival before the site, p…

Charlene DiCalogero's bid for Senate seat a grassroots effort » Sentinel & Enterprise Green/Rainbow party candidate for Worcester and Middlesex state Senate Charlene DiCalogero, whose official campaign kickoff event has been scheduled for Nov. 3, said Friday she aims to focus on school…

US Sen. Markey talks opioid crisis, immigration, Trump opposition in Pittsfield visit » Berkshire Eagle Concerns about tax cuts, climate change, the opioid epidemic and immigration were among the main issues that Berkshire residents addressed Sunday at a town hall with Sen. Edward Markey. …

Brockton mayoral challenger Pereira pulls out of final debate » The Enterprise One of the city's two mayoral candidates has backed out of a scheduled debate at Massasoit Community College on Monday, opting instead to appear on a radio show in Marshfield.…

Opposition To The Trump Administration Dominates Markey's Pittsfield Town Hall » WAMC

Public Health

Shot in the Dark » Boston Magazine “This is it,” the sheriff told Nick. “We don't want to see you around here anymore.” Standing in Nick's cell in the Barnstable County Correctional Facility, Sheriff James Cummi…

Families of overdose victims gather to fight opioid abuse stigma » My Fox Boston From local police to President Trump struggling to fight what has become a national health emergency, families affected by opioid abuse are rallying to bring awareness to the problem. …

Worcester undertaker asks lawmakers: Who's responsible for unclaimed dead? » Worcester Telegram He does a job nobody else wants. When someone in Central Massachusetts dies alone, penniless, without family, Peter Stefan of Graham, Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Parlor more often than not gets the call.…

Public Safety

'These cases never go to trial': Activists mark year since fatal police shooting » Boston Globe In the spirit of dozens of athletes around the country, over 50 activists took a knee in silence on the steps of the Massachusetts State House on Sunday to mark the anniversary of the death of a man s…

DEA to send team to New Bedford to help battle drug trafficking » Boston Globe The US Drug Enforcement Administration announced that it will send teams of investigators to New Bedford and five other cities across the country to help battle drug trafficking.…

Massachusetts lawmakers face deadline on 'bump stock' ban » Boston.com Lawmakers on Beacon Hill face a deadline to approve a spending bill that could also make Massachusetts the first state to ban “bump stocks” since a deadly shooting in Las Vegas.…

State Government

Millennials in Massachusetts Legislature seek to bridge generational gap » The Day As an institution, the Massachusetts Legislature historically rewards seniority and loyalty among its own ranks and responds more readily to entrenched interests and reliable voters in member district…

Mass. House Leader Orders Review Of Sexual Harassment Policy » WBUR Describing himself as "infuriated and deeply disturbed" about allegations of sexual harassment at the State House, the Democratic leader of the Massachusetts House on Friday ordered an immediate revie…

Mass. gov. to direct staff to review sexual harassment policies » WCVB Governor Charlie Baker said Saturday he planned to order his staff to review their zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy.…

Sexual Harassment Policy, Health Care And Economy: The Week Ahead On Beacon Hill » New England Public Radio Beacon Hill was jolted late last week by a column in The Boston Globe. It cited a dozen anonymous lobbyists, aides, activists and lawmakers who described sexual harassment in the State House. …

House Speaker Robert DeLeo Proposes Review in Response to Reports of Sexual Harassment at Massachusetts State House » NECN House Speaker Robert DeLeo said he is planning a review of sexual harassment policies after a Boston Globe report cited 12 women who said they have been sexually harassed at the Massachusetts State Ho…

Confronting Sexual Harassment On Beacon Hill » WBUR

Public paychecks: The highest-earning state employees so far in 2017 » Boston Business Journal

Utilities

Storm blasts state, leaving nearly 300,000 without power » Boston Globe Buffeting winds and curtains of rain pummeled Eastern Massachusetts early Monday morning, toppling trees, turning streets into rushing waterways and cutting power to thousands of residents.…

Offshore wind takes a new course for Massachusetts » Cape Cod Times The Cape Wind project was first proposed in 2001, six years before the first iPhone. A lot has changed for the better since 2001, and not just with cell phones. Today's offshore wind turbines are now …

Baker Remains Quiet on Proposed Fossil-Fuel Projects » ecoRI Even though Spectra Energy Partners has withdrawn plans for a natural-gas pipeline compressor station in Rehoboth, opponents of the project don't want it coming back.…

Gov. Charlie Baker: Massachusetts power outages could last for days » The Republican

Weekend News

SUNDAY NOTEBOOK: Monday is debate night at Leominster library » Sentinel & Enterprise THE SENTINEL & Enterprise and Leominster Access Television are co-sponsoring debates for the contested races for City Council and for Ward 3 School Committee beginning at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Publi…

Santander announcing $11 billion program » Boston Globe When Santander Bank executives on Monday unveil an $11 billion, five-year pledge for community investments across the company's eight-state footprint, they might as well be kicking off a comeback tour…

The Mercers bring their politics, and millions, to Mass. » Boston Globe The radio attack spots, played during Red Sox games, attempt to sow some doubt. Does Senator Elizabeth Warren discriminate against women? Does Warren really care about student debt and bankruptcy?…

As NRA slows momentum on bump stock ban, the once-obscure device flies off the shelves » Boston Globe One month after the deadliest mass shooting in the country's history, a legislative ban on the automatic firing device widely blamed for the tragically high number of victims has become mired in burea…

The HQ2 effect on Mass., no matter what Amazon decides » Boston Globe I've been following Amazon's ascendance since 1997, when I interviewed the founder — not yet a household name — for Fast Company magazine. Jeff Bezos and I swapped holiday gifts for a Gl…

Hand: The unseen debate scene » The Sun Chronicle Attleboro City Hall was jammed with spectators for last week's mayoral debate and judging from social media a lot of people watched it on cable television.…

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 10/30

Birthdays: Rep. Ruth Balser

10:00am Chemistry Makes it in Massachusetts Lobby Day, Nurses Hall, State House

10:30am Joint Committee on Public Health, Informational Hearing

10:30am Joint Committee on Financial Services, Public Hearing

10:30am Senate Committee on Post Audit & Oversight, Oversight Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture, Public Hearing

2:00pm Rep. Paul Brodeur's Community Blood Drive, Lt. Norman Prince VFW Post #1506, 428 Main Street, Melrose

2:00pm Model UN Simulation, Great Hall, State House

5:30pm Fundraiser for Rep. David Muradian with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

6:00pm New England Council 'New Englanders of the Year' Annual Dinner , Commonwealth Hall, Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Boulevard, Boston

6:30pm Leominster Town Hall with Attorney General Maura Healey, Leominster Veterans' Services, 100 West Street, Leominster

6:30pm Allston-Brighton Community Meeting with Congressman Mike Capuano, Brighton Marine Health Center, 77 Warren Street, Brighton

Tuesday - 10/31

Birthdays: Rep. Edward Coppinger, Rep. Ronald Mariano

9:00am ANA Massachusetts Legislative Forum, Great Hall, State House

10:00am Board of Higher Education Meeting, Westfield State University, 577 Western Avenue, Westfield

10:00am Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development, Public Hearing

11:00am Teens Leading the Way Lobby Day, Room 428, State House

11:00am Joint Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Municipalities & Regional Government, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Revenue, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts & Cultural Development, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Public Service, Public Hearing

2:00pm Boards and Commissions Swearing-In, Grand Staircase, State House

Wednesday - 11/1

9:00am Massachusetts Credit Union Day, Great Hall, State House

10:00am Joint Committee on Bonding, Capital Expenditures & State Assets, Public Hearing

10:00am Joint Committee on State Administration & Regulatory Oversight, Public Hearing

10:30am Special Commission on the Commonwealth's Time Zone, Room 222, State House

11:00am Neighbor to Neighbor Lobby Day, Grand Staircase, State House

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Delta Day at the State House, Nurses Hall, State House

5:30pm Re-Election Campaign Kickoff for Rep. Matt Muratore with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

7:00pm Forum: Securing Borders and Ending Illegal Immigration with U.S. Senate Candidate Geoff Diehl, Groton Country Club, 94 Lovers Lane, Groton

Thursday - 11/2

Birthdays: Rep. Adrian Madaro

8:00am Fundraiser for Rep. David Muradian

9:00am Green Budget Lobby Day, Great Hall, State House

11:00am UMass Medical State House Health Fair, Grand Staircase, State House

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

4:30pm Fundraiser for Chicopee School Committee Candidate David Schryver

5:30pm Rep. Kate Campanale's Worcester County Register of Deeds Candidacy Announcement and Fundraiser

5:30pm Re-Election Campaign Kickoff for State Rep. Susan Williams Gifford

5:30pm Fundraiser for Chicopee City Council Candidate Derek Dobosz

Friday - 11/3

Birthdays: Rep. Susan Gifford

10:30am DOR Performance Recognition Ceremony, Great Hall, State House

11:00am Press Conference on Congressional Tax Plan with U.S. Sen. Ed Markey and Mass. Municipal Association Executive Director Geoffrey Beckwith, JFK Federal Building, 9th Floor, 15 New Sudbury Street, Boston

11:30am Anti-Defamation League Women of Valor Luncheon, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 776 Boylston Street, Boston

6:00pm Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate hosted by Rep. Peter Durant


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