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Today on Beacon Hill

10:00am Department of Public Utilities Hearing, One South Station, 5th Floor, Boston

11:00am Special Senate Task Force on the Retail Sector of the Commonwealth, Room 428

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board Meeting, 10 Park Plaza, Boston

1:00pm Joint Committee on Telecommunication, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on State Administration & Regulatory Oversight, Public Hearing

4:00pm Swearing-In of Shelley Richmond Joseph, Nurses Hall, State House

Must-Reads

Sexual misconduct allegations rock statehouses » Politico Statehouses from Boston to Sacramento have been rocked by an onslaught of sexual misconduct allegations, creating unprecedented pressure on state legislative leaders to take immediate action. …

Boston teachers union attack fires blanks » Commonwealth Magazine LAST NOVEMBER, Democrats for Education Reform held our election night party at the same Boston hotel as the state Democratic Party and the anti-charter ballot campaign. I was one of the last to exit, …

The case for first-class transportation » Sentinel & Enterprise The Federal Transit Administration recently reported that Massachusetts' commuter-rail system has the most breakdowns of any in the country, and by far. Last year, we had three times as many mechanica…

Using tax legislation to overhaul health care still being discussed, Ryan says » Boston Globe WASHINGTON — Republicans are poised to begin debating details of their tax plan this week, but House Speaker Paul Ryan, Republican of Wisconsin, signaled Sunday that party leaders are still con…

Lawmakers again seek deal on non-competes, trade secrets » Boston Herald BOSTON — Supporters of bills that would limit the use of non-compete employment clauses in Massachusetts are hoping for a legislative breakthrough after several near misses in recent years. …

Can Koh break away from competitive 3rd District pack? » Lowell Sun If the campaign for Congress were a real marathon, then Dan Koh of Andover would be unbeatable. He and his wife, Amy, run marathons like other couples routinely drive to Market Basket. …

Jared Kushner Keeps Failing To Disclose Connections With Russians » The Huffington Post Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, failed to disclose business ties to a Russian oligarch whose deep pockets helped Russian government institutions invest in Facebo…

Six women accuse Florida Senate budget chair Latvala of groping, sexual harassment » Politico TALLAHASSEE — Six women who work in Florida's Capitol say the state Senate's powerful budget chairman, Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Latvala, has inappropriately touched them without …

Black Democrat omitted from some Democratic campaign fliers in Virginia » The Washington Post Virginia Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Ralph Northam omitted any mention of Justin Fairfax, the party's African American candidate for lieutenant governor, from about a thousand pieces of campaign …

Do social media threaten democracy? » The Economist IN 1962 a British political scientist, Bernard Crick, published “In Defence of Politics”. He argued that the art of political horse-trading, far from being shabby, lets people of different…

Rhode Island Asking For Express Commuter Trains To Boston » CBS Boston PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is asking the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority to run express commuter trains between Providence and Boston, but the agency say…

Highest-earnings state employees so far in 2017 » Boston Business Journal (T)he number of workers cracking the six-figure barrier was up 24 percent in just the past two years, reports the BBJ's Don Seiffert. And 2,866 of them are now out-earning Gov. Charlie Baker as of Oct…

“On our end, we’re doing the best we can do to make sure we turn up the noise and turn out the vote, but I do believe Mayor Walsh has essentially participated in voter suppression tactics by refusing to engage in democratic discourse and debates,”

Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson

Commenting on Marty Walsh not agreeing to participate in more debates.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Officials, politicians respond to Texas church shooting » Boston Globe After news broke that a gunman opened fire on a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, politicians and officials across the nation, as well as President Trump on his overseas trip, began to issu…

Business

7 ways biopharma would win - and lose - under the new tax bill » STAT News Biopharma can find plenty to celebrate — and a few things to despair over — in the new Republican plan to rewrite the tax code.…

Peabody gets 20 new liquor licenses » The Salem News The city has 20 additional liquor licenses not that Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation approving the request.…

Boston continues to add millionaires. Here's how it stacks up to other towns. » Boston Business Journal Another year, another rise in the number of million-dollar earners who call the city of Boston home.…

WBZ-AM's new owner tells employees to re-apply for jobs » Boston Globe The company acquiring local radio news titan WBZ-AM has indicated employees at the station will have to re-apply for their positions, and that it does not plan to honor two union contracts.…

Civil Rights

Scores gather for antifascism rally on Boston Common » Boston Globe Scores of protesters gathered at the Parkman Bandstand late Saturday afternoon to protest President Trump and the rise of what they described as fascism in the United States.…

Baker to launch hate crimes task force » State House News Service Days after new data reported that anti-Semitic hate crimes have increased in New England by about one third over last year, a state task force created in the 1990s to combat hate crimes will be revive…

Churches on front lines of signature drives calling for ban on publicly funded abortions » The Eagle Tribune The Rev. Robert Murray's politically active parishioners are trying to galvanize support for a constitutional amendment calling on lawmakers to ban public funding for abortions.…

Crimes

Hampden DA Anthony Gulluni tapped by Gov. Charlie Baker to serve on new hate crime task force » The Republican

Education

MIT student's suicide prompts a thorny legal question: When do colleges share blame? » Boston Business Journal Can colleges and universities be held legally liable when one of their students commits suicide?…

Higher education prepares for battle on tax plan » Boston Globe Colleges and universities in Massachusetts and across the country began mobilizing Friday to fight elements of the Republican congressional tax plan, which they warned could make earning a degree more…

Environment

House OKs greenhouse gas emissions bill » Sentinel & Enterprise House 146-10, approved and sent to the Senate a bill that commits the Bay State to meeting the greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals in the international Paris Climate Agreement, from which Preside…

Dual bills call for climate change action » Lowell Sun The state Senate is expected to debate a bill next week that would put a spotlight on climate adaptation and allow the state to buy environmentally vulnerable properties, days after the House of Repre…

Northampton march demands steps against climate change » The Republican A candlelight march from Northampton High School to City Hall on Sunday night drew nearly 100 people who want the federal and state governments to take stronger action against climate change.…

Warren asks EPA to dip into Norton water problems » The Sun Chronicle Federal authorities are being asked to look into the town's notorious discolored water.…

Federal

Commerce secretary has stake in firm tied to Putin orbit, report says » Boston Globe After becoming commerce secretary, Wilbur L. Ross Jr. retained investments in a shipping firm he once controlled that has significant business ties to a Russian oligarch subject to US sanctions and Pr…

Health Care

The Massachusetts Plan to Slash Drug Costs » Harvard Political Review Massachusetts has a budget crisis, and Medicaid is the primary suspect. Since 2010, prescription drug costs have increased by 13 percent every year, and the state's Medicaid program, MassHealth, makes…

Shake-up planned in Bedford VA leadership following deaths » Lowell Sun Following a string of deaths and reports of whistleblower retaliation at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, VA Secretary David Shulkin announced Saturday that he has proposed demoting…

How Tuesday's Elections Could Impact Health Care » Governing

Parents make plea for patient bill of rights at State House » Boston Globe

Housing

Building more homes means crowded schools, right? Not so, study says » Boston Globe It's long been a truism thrown about during suburban housing debates: More homes in a town means more kids in the schools.…

Norfolk gets grant for mixed-income housing development » The Sun Chronicle A $1.8 million state grant has been awarded that will help move along a large affordable housing development planned off Park Street.…

Gov. Baker Awards $1M Grant for 40 New Methuen Housing Units » WHAV

Judiciary

Senate criminal reform bill addresses juvenile justice, changing age of adulthood » Worcester Telegram & Gazette Activists are applauding as a step in the right direction a package of juvenile justice provisions included in a comprehensive Massachusetts Senate proposal to reform the state's criminal justice syst…

Arciero, legislators tour military program at jail » Lowell Sun State legislators including Rep. James Arciero toured a special facility at the Middlesex Sheriff's Office jail designed to provide support services for incarcerated veterans -- a program that officia…

Plan for sealing criminal records divides employers, advocates » Lowell Sun

House leaders tee up major justice reform legislation » State House News Service

Labor

City council president: Why I'm bringing my baby to work » CNN When I gave birth to my second child three months ago -- in the heat of summer and a re-election campaign -- I found myself in a situation that women across the country face. I needed to go back to wo…

Legislative

Keller @ Large: Massachusetts Wasting Big Money On Bottled Water For Lawmakers » CBS Boston The state of Massachusetts is spending hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars on bottled water for lawmakers and state workers.…

Local Government

Puerto Rican flag to be raised in Springfield, Holyoke » Mass Live Two local communities will celebrate Puerto Rican heritage by raising the island's flag on Monday.…

Augustus drafts top guns to help lure PawSox to Worcester » Worcester Telegram & Gazette While the Boston Red Sox will spend the winter looking for power hitting, this city has signed a couple of big bats to help its chances of signing the Pawtucket Red Sox.…

A little choral music » Gloucester Daily Times A delegation of Rockport students will take the train down to Boston Thursday to contribute to the state Legislature in their own special way. As state senators convene for another session, more than …

Plymouth Special Town Meeting will include Promenade, Obery projects » Wicked Local Plymouth It will go down as the first official meeting of an elected board held in the new Town Hall, but it was notable for far more than that.…

HAND: Crazy elections draws to a close » The Sun Chronicle It is almost over, and when it is, the election of 2017 will go down in history as one of Attleboro's craziest.…

Making history: Framingham will elect its first mayor » Boston Globe One thing is for certain: Tuesday promises to be historic for Framingham. For the first time in its three-plus centuries, voters will elect a mayor.…

Opinion

Clarence Fanto: Daylight saving time idea is from dark ages » Berkshire Eagle After many months of study, the Special Commission on the Commonwealth's Time Zone recommended last week that Massachusetts should stay on daylight saving time all year round if a majority of other Ne…

Boston shouldn't bubble-wrap Long Island » Boston Globe Boston can't decide what it wants to do with Long Island, but nature isn't waiting. …

Carr: Donations buy a hack heaven » Boston Herald Why is everybody so desperate to get a hack job in the public sector? Because it beats working.…

No change to be seen in Everett » Boston Globe Are we finally becoming less tolerant of sexual harassment? It depends where you look.…

OUR VIEW: Spicer for mayor » The Metro West Daily News On Tuesday, Framingham voters will choose who will lead the transition from town to city. With the ebullience of crafting a new government, however, comes the sober reality of the big issues that rema…

Impeachment is a losing bet » Boston Globe With considerable fanfare, billionaire philanthropist Tom Steyer has announced a $10 million national advertising campaign aimed at impeaching Donald Trump.…

Too much pain, not enough gain in GOP tax plan » Boston Globe Bad: the federal tax provision that allows homeowners to deduct mortgage interest. On the books in some form for a century, the deduction unfairly favors homeowners over renters, and amounts to a give…

Sucked into the widening gyre of Donald Trump » Boston Globe The impossible happened a year ago Tuesday. The T-man cometh to bully the world. Who among us is the same?…

Editorial: Act quickly on opioids » Boston Herald The commission tapped by President Trump to help solve the nation's opioid addiction crisis included some 56 recommendations in its final report. …

If we built it, they will come » Lowell Sun The Federal Transit Administration recently reported that Massachusetts' commuter-rail system has the most breakdowns of any in the country, and by far.…

Bolling: New initiatives should provide inspiration to get to polls » Boston Herald I am a proud super-voter, which means I vote in every election. I've heard all of the excuses for not voting, and you know what? To me they all ring hollow. The sad fact is that it is becoming much to…

Rivers: Inner-city needs can't be delayed four more years » Boston Herald Today, I and other national members of the Ten Point Coalition will meet with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to form an alliance to fight the crime that is devastating communities of color.…

Politics

In Northampton mayoral race, Narkewicz and Riley see different approaches to governing city » Mass Live As the Northampton mayoral race winds to a close, both incumbent David Narkewicz and challenger John Riley said they're optimistic about their prospects for the election Tuesday.…

BROCKTON ELECTION: Q&A with candidate for re-election Mayor Bill Carpenter » The Enterprise Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter spoke to editorial board members at the Enterprise on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The following is the results of this question-and-answer session.…

Election Countdown: Vargas, Toohey, Magliocchetti Nab Last Minute Endorsements » WHAV Haverhill's election countdown is on, with just hours to go until Tuesday's vote to determine the mayor, City Council, School Committee and the politician who will serve the 3rd Essex District as Bria…

Mahan top Senate primary fundraiser » Sentinel & Enterprise Three Democrats running in the special election for state Senate in the Worcester Middlesex District had under two months to fill campaign coffers before the primary Tuesday, and pre-election reports …

Boston's mayoral candidates make their closing arguments » Boston Globe After thousands of handshakes, dozens of speeches, and numerous hugs during months of campaigning, Mayor Martin J. Walsh pulled into a narrow street shortly after 2 p.m. on Sunday to greet about 150 v…

Tuesday's mayoral election in Boston could approach a record - and not a good one » Boston Globe Blame the media. Blame millennials. Blame the president. Everyone is looking for a culprit to fault for what official forecasters predict could be a record low turnout in Tuesday's mayoral and City Co…

4 intriguing Massachusetts mayoral races to watch -other than Boston » Boston.com With apologies to Tito Jackson, the mayoral election in Boston is not exactly shaping up to be a close one, with polls consistently showing incumbent Mayor Marty Walsh with a sizable lead.…

Chicopee Elections: Ward 8 School Committee candidates have different ideas to balance the tight budget » MassLive The two candidates for Ward 8 School Committee pledge to focus on cutting expenses without taking away vital services to students, but they have some different ideas on how to do that.…

No Common ground found at Boston rallies » Boston Herald Dozens of anti-Trump protesters squared off with his supporters during dueling demonstrations on Boston Common yesterday, with one side calling for the president to be impeached and the other voicing …

High turnout expected for Framingham's first mayoral contest » The Metro West Daily News Seven months after it began, the campaign to lead Framingham's new city government will reach its finale Tuesday.…

A fifth Attleboro candidate admits run-in with law » The Sun Chronicle Another candidate for city office has acknowledged a past run-in with the law.…

Five local races to watch Tuesday » Boston Globe A political rematch between two old adversaries. A gender and class battle in a well-to-do suburb. A fight over sanctuary for immigrants.…

AG Healey endorses LaChapelle, Narkewicz for mayor » Hampshire Gazette Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has endorsed Nicole LaChapelle for mayor of Easthampton and David Narkewicz for mayor of Northampton.…

Pittsfield officials concerned about possible low voter turnout for elections » Berkshire Eagle The citywide election is almost here, and officials are concerned about what is shaping up to be low voter turnout. …

Voter turnout in Attleboro election could break a record » The Sun Chronicle If past statistics are reliable predictors, voter turnout in Tuesday's city election could reach 35 percent.…

Mayoral candidates in Boston, other cities make final push for votes » My Fox Boston Monday marks the final push before Boston and other cities and towns across the state choose their next mayors.…

Studies Show Voters Need a Graduate-Level Education to Understand Ballot Measures » Governing

The Races and Ballot Measures to Watch on Election Day » Governing

Bill on Paris accord will just hurt economy » Cape Cod Times

Public Safety

Massachusetts drug laws omit deadly opioid carfentanil » Boston Herald A critical flaw in the state's drug laws has left the incredibly deadly synthetic opioid carfentanil off the list of illegal substances, an issue that has district attorneys across Massachusetts sound…

Massachusetts National Guard unit departs for Puerto Rico » Boston Globe National Guard units from Massachusetts and Connecticut departed Sunday morning for Puerto Rico, where they will support hurricane relief efforts, said Lieutenant Colonel James Sahady, a Massachusetts…

Massachusetts lawmakers send bump stock ban to governor » Guns.com A joint conference committee of the Commonwealth's legislature on Thursday forwarded a ban on bump stocks and trigger cranks to Republican Gov. Charlie Baker. …

State Finance

On Beacon Hill: Bumping heads » Worcester Sun House and Senate Ways and Means Chairs Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez, D-Jamaica Plain, and Sen. Karen Spilka, D-Ashland, managed to put aside their differences after weeks of stalemate and come to an agreement…

State Government

Official designation would be sweet for maple syrup fans » Boston Herald Maple syrup connoisseurs will truly appreciate how sweet it is if the Legislature and Gov. Charlie Baker stick together and label the grand goo the official sweetener of Massachusetts.…

HATE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME? MASSACHUSETTS AND MAINE ARE LEADING A CHARGE TO DITCH IT » newsweek.com

Republicans happy House speaker resigned leadership job amid sex harassment accusations » Courier Journal

Lawmaker on sex and politics: 'It's about a culture' » Providence Journal

4 women accuse former state lawmaker of harassment, assault » The News Tribune

Lawmakers appoint former prosecutor as top watchdog in wake of sexual harassment scandal » Chicago Tribune

Taxation

Revenue cushion climbs after October to nearly $180M » WWLP 22 Spending by the end of the year often exceeds original appropriations, and the Legislature now has a nearly $180 million revenue cushion one-third of the way into the new fiscal year.…

Income surtax scheduled for Feb. 5 hearing before SJC » State House News Service

Transportation

Pay-by-phone meter feeding goes awry » Boston Globe Judy White returned to her car in Brookline one day in August to find a parking enforcement officer in the act of ticketing her for a meter violation.…

Rhode Island asks MBTA for express commuter trains to Boston » Boston Globe Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo is asking the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority to run express commuter trains between Providence and Boston, but the agency says it would be difficult.…

THE COLUMN: Scanlan wins over board at the LRTA » Lowell Sun LESS THAN three years ago it seemed Jim Scanlan, Lowell Regional Transit Authority administrator, had lost his ability to "keep the buses running on time," so to speak.…

On MBTA upgrades, Pollack says 'it's more than trust us' » Boston Business Journal

Utilities

Targeting mobile service dead zones, Verizon pitching new cell tower to Pittsfield ZBA » Berkshire Eagle Verizon customers in Pittsfield and Lenox could soon see a boost in service. The company hopes to put another cell tower in the city, and will bring a proposal to that effect to the Zoning Board of Ap…

Officials christen Edmond Freeman Solar Farm » Wicked Local Sandwich

Weekend News

Marty Walsh and Tito Jackson grew up 2 miles - and worlds away - from each other » Boston Globe They are, first, sons of Dorchester. The candidates for mayor — incumbent Martin J. Walsh and Councilor Tito Jackson — grew up less than 2 miles from each other but seemingly in differen…

It's Facebook's world. Deal with it » Boston Globe IT WAS HIGH TIME Congress stopped viewing Facebook as entertainment for teenagers and started seeing it for what it really represents: a radical shift in how American politics and media operate.…

SUNDAY NOTEBOOK: Leominster school board candidates are history buffs » Sentinel & Enterprise WHEN IT COMES TIME to fill out the traditional "bioboxes" the Sentinel & Enterprise typically runs alongside political profiles, typical details like a candidate's age, address, and education always g…

Trump is dead wrong on violence and the visa lottery » Boston Globe WHEN A FIREARM is used in a terrible killing or terrorism, the reaction on the left is invariably an emotional attack on America's gun culture. …

Baker Awards More Than $1M to Support 40 Housing Units, Private Development in Methuen » The Valley Patriot Lt. Governor Karyn Polito joined local officials and community leaders to award a $1,175,000 MassWorks Infrastructure Program award to Methuen for the Five Corners 40R Gateway Improvement Project, imp…

Big week for Fernandes at Statehouse » Cape Cod Times Woods Hole Democrat's climate accord bill passes after maiden speech.…

Lawmakers approve banning bump stocks in MA » The Car News Today, the MA state House of Representatives and Senate approved the conference committee report reconciling differences between the appropriations bills that contained gun control language banning bu…

Official Opening for Edmond Freeman Solar Farm » Cape Cod Online SANDWICH – An official dedication ceremony was held yesterday for the Edmond Freeman Solar Farm in Sandwich. The project is an effort by NRG Energy and has been completed for nearly a year, but…

Harassment claims prompt review of Beacon Hill policies » The Salem News State leaders are reviewing sexual harassment policies and calling for more protections for accusers amid allegations of unwanted sexual advances on female staffers and lobbyists on Beacon Hill.…

Resume box for Paul Heroux » The Sun Chronicle Master's in public administration from Harvard; master's in international relations from the London School of Economics; master's in criminology from the University of Pennsylvania; bachelor's in psyc…

Easton gets $2.5M state grant for Main Street improvements » Wicked Local Easton Main Street will be getting a new look thanks to a $2.5 million MassWorks grant.…

Massachusetts First State to Ban Bump Stocks After Vegas Mass Shooting » North End Waterfront For the fifth year in a row, Ron Della Chiesa of WGBH and the Boston Symphony Orchestra performed as the event's master of ceremonies. He played a few lines from “God Bless the Child” by B…

Murray toasted by friends, former colleagues as portrait unveiled » Newburyport News Therese Murray will forever wield the Senate president's gavel — on canvas, on the walls of the State House. …

The Case to End Daylight Saving » WNYC Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, which means we'll fall back an hour. …

Senate approves campus sex-assaults bill » Lowell Sun The Massachusetts Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a bill strengthening the laws surrounding sexual assault on college campuses, in response to the Trump administration's calls to cut down on Tit…

When It Comes To BPS, Walsh Reminds Voters Of His Balancing Act » WBUR It's a cold morning in Boston's Seaport neighborhood. But for the annual EdVestors "School On The Move" prize breakfast, the Westin Hotel ballroom is full of warmth. …

Mass. Senate OKs bill to lift 'veil of secrecy' on campus sex assaults » Berkshire Eagle Pointing to the ongoing national conversation about sexual harassment, state senators on Thursday passed a bill aimed at ensuring college students have a place to turn on campus if they've been sexual…

Senate passes criminal justice reform legislation after overnight debate » The Daily Free Press The Massachusetts Senate passed a comprehensive criminal justice reform bill Friday morning which has been under consideration in various forms for the past three years. …

For 1st Berkshire District candidate Christine Canning, it's about 'getting these people what they need' » Berkshire Eagle Christine Canning is the Republican candidate for state representative, but says it's not her party affiliation that's important. …

Former US House Speaker Joseph Martin Remembered in North Attleboro » WGBH November 3 is Joseph Martin Day in North Attleboro. If you're thinking, "Joseph who?" that's precisely why selectmen have declared this special day.…

Female legislators push for more diverse artwork in State House » Boston Globe The unveiling of former Senate president Therese Murray's portrait at the State House has led some observers to wonder, why are so few women featured in the art hanging on the walls under the golden d…

Friday's Late-Breaking News

As Protections for Pregnant Workers Falter in Congress, States Step Up » Governing

Week In Review: Who Will Run For President From Mass. In 2020? » WBUR

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 11/6

10:00am Department of Public Utilities Hearing, One South Station, 5th Floor, Boston

11:00am Special Senate Task Force on the Retail Sector of the Commonwealth, Room 428

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board Meeting, 10 Park Plaza, Boston

1:00pm Joint Committee on Telecommunication, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on State Administration & Regulatory Oversight, Public Hearing

4:00pm Swearing-In of Shelley Richmond Joseph, Nurses Hall, State House

Tuesday - 11/7

10:00am Joint Committee on Public Health, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

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

Special Election for Rep. Gailanne Cariddi's seat

Special Election for Rep. Brian Dempsey's seat

State Primary for Special Election for Sen. Jennifer Flanagan's seat

Wednesday - 11/8

9:00am Artists Under the Dome, Great Hall, State House

9:30am 11th Annual Artists Under the Dome Event, Great Hall, State House

10:00am Anti-Poverty Briefing, Room 428, State House

10:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Constitutional Convention, Constitutional Convention

6:00pm Mass. Mentoring Partnership Decade of Impact, 21 Edwards Street, Springfield

6:30pm Fall Reception for Rep. Shaunna O'Connell with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

Thursday - 11/9

9:00am MassDevelopment Board of Directors Meeting, 99 High Street, 11th Floor, Boston

11:00am Massachusetts State Police Fall Awards Ceremony, Grand Staircase, State House

11:00am Election Modernization Coalition Press Conference for Automatic Voter Registration, State House steps, Boston

11:00am Inspector General Council Meeting, One Ashburton Place, Room 1311, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm House Committee on Bonding Capital Expenditure and State Assets, Oversight Hearing

2:00pm Joint Committee on Veterans & Federal Affairs, Public Hearing

6:00pm Rep. Colleen Garry's Fall Fundraiser

Friday - 11/10

No Hearings Scheduled


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