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Today on Beacon Hill

9:00am Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid, Grand Staircase & Great Hall, State House

10:30am Department of Early Education & Care Public Hearing, EEC Worcester Regional Office, 10 Austin Street, Worcester

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Citizens' Housing & Planning Association Production and Preservation Committee Meeting, 18 Tremont Street, Suite 401, Boston

2:00pm "Screen at 23" Campaign Resolution Press Conference, Grand Staircase, State House

7:00pm Rep. Shawn Dooley's State of the District, Wrentham Council on Aging, 400 Taunton Street, Wrentham

Must-Reads

What tax cut? GOP risks selling an invisible policy change » Politico Workers may not notice bigger paychecks as cuts dribble out. …

Cecile Richards Plans To Step Down As President Of Planned Parenthood, After More Than A Decade » BuzzFeed Richards greatly expanded Planned Parenthood's political prominence, as well as its organizing and fundraising capacities, during her time leading the organization. …

Eight reasons Joe Manchin is right: The Senate 'sucks' » The Washington Post Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) hates the Senate so much these days that he almost didn't run for reelection. That would have been a political crisis for Senate Democrats, who are defending nine other …

Democrats Have Some Work to Do With Black Women » Roll Call African-American female turnout could be key in midterms, as it was in Alabama …

In budget proposal, Baker tries again to move 140,000 residents off Medicaid » Boston Globe Aiming to stem rising state health care costs, Governor Charlie Baker on Wednesday unveiled a $40.9 billion budget proposal that would move 140,000 low-income adults off Medicaid and onto private heal…

U.S. Conference of Mayors taps Walsh to lead housing committee » Boston Business Journal The U.S. Conference of Mayors has tapped Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh as chair of the council's committee on housing. In the role, Walsh will work with mayors across the U.S. to address housing and de…

Education chair: Baker school aid 'just plain inadequate' » Berkshire Eagle Gov. Charlie Baker's State of the Commonwealth speech "ignored the central issue facing all schools" in Massachusetts, according to the Senate chair of the Legislature's Education Committee.…

More trooper trouble in academy porn, prank » Boston Herald Investigators are probing allegations a state trooper brought in files of porn, while others pulled a prank with a fake Taser at the Massachusetts State Police Academy in the latest scandal to hit the…

Enough Trump Bashing, Democrats » New York Times Frank Bruni, a Times Op-Ed columnist, hosted an online conservation with Deval Patrick, the former Massachusetts governor and the managing director of Bain Capital Double Impact, and Joe Trippi, a Dem…

Linda Dorcena Forry to leave state Senate » Boston Globe

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Commenting on the friendship between Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Donald Trump.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Trump says he would speak to Mueller under oath » Boston Globe President Trump said Wednesday he is ''looking forward'' to testifying before Special Counsel Robert Mueller and that he would speak under oath.…

Business

What the GE investigation could mean for the company's future » Boston Globe Another General Electric Co. call with analysts, another dose of bad news. This time, it's a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation that's adding to GE chief executive John Flannery's headac…

Abrupt closure of Zoots dry-cleaning chain leaves customers hanging » Boston Globe Srilatha Rajamani wasn't planning to buy her daughter an entirely new winter wardrobe before bringing her back to New York University this semester.…

Around Amherst: Breaking down the money in the charter debate » Amherst Bulletin Year-end filings by the four ballot committees formed related to the proposed Amherst charter have collected more than $22,000 for their campaigns for and against the change in advance of the March 27…

Empty downtown Brockton restaurant a 'travesty' » The Enterprise The state's secretary of economic development said it is a “travesty” that a downtown Brockton restaurant space remains empty long after a ribbon cutting was held at the Enterprise Center.…

Economy strong but could be stronger, says U.S. Rep. Richard Neal at Holyoke Chamber event » The Republican The nation's economy is pumping but could and perhaps should be better, U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal said Wednesday to business and elected officials.…

Sanofi Genzyme expanding in Framingham Tech Park » The Metro West Daily News Sanofi Genzyme is doubling down on its investment in the Framingham Technology Park.…

Toys “R” Us Looks to Close Six Massachusetts Stores » Boston Magazine On Wednesday, the New Jersey-based company announced its plan to close roughly 180 stores across the country, including six outposts in Massachusetts, as it tries to climb out of bankruptcy and restru…

Crimes

Mass. man on trial in plot to kill former AG Coakley and federal judge » WCVB A trial began in federal court in New Hampshire Tuesday in which a former Massachusetts man is charged with buying unregistered weapons to murder former Attorney General Martha Coakley, federal judge …

Education

Springfield teachers, Empowerment Zone schools praised by Gov. Charlie Baker » The Republican Two teachers who represented the Springfield Empowerment Zone Partnership during Gov. Charlie Baker's State of the Commonwealth speech said it is a testament to the work being done by administrators, …

Rural schools to push for millions more in state aid » The Recorder Hoping to boost state money to rural school districts by about $9.5 million, educators at the Massachusetts Rural Schools Coalition voted unanimously Wednesday to back a proposal for aid in the coming…

Local officials will wait and see after Baker announces more education funding » The Metro West Daily News While Gov. Charlie Baker is touting his proposed $118.6 million increase in education as a “significant investment,” local school officials are waiting to find out how much money will actu…

Activists urge Harvard to stop investing in Boston hedge fund that holds Puerto Rico debt » Boston Globe More than 200 activists and college students on Wednesday called on higher education endowments, including Harvard University's, to withdraw their investments from a Boston hedge fund that holds nearl…

Braintree officials expecting jump in Kindergarten enrollment » The Patriot Ledger School officials are expecting an increase in the number of kindergarten students in September. School Superintendent Frank Hackett told the school committee Monday night that 360 students were signed…

Plan to bring relief to ITT students gets preliminary OK » Boston Globe A federal bankruptcy judge Wednesday gave preliminary approval to a settlement that would wipe out nearly $600 million in private loans owed by students who attended the now-defunct ITT Technical Inst…

More state aid for schools that have "stepped up" in accepting evacuees » Lowell Sun

Environment

APCC Asks Governor Baker To Send Letter Opposing Drilling Plan » Cape Cod Online The Association to Preserve Cape Cod has sent a letter to Governor Charlie Baker regarding the Trump administration's offshore oil drilling plan.…

Gaming

Massachusetts Could See DFS Permanently Become Legal under Sen. Donoghue Bill » Casino Games Pro The State of Massachusetts may soon be facing a massive discussion on daily fantasy sports (DFS), which legal status is expected to expire in a few months. With the expiry date getting closer, Senator…

Massachusetts Sports Betting Bill Emerges to Prepare for 'Sea Change' on Sports Betting » Sports Handle Massachusetts state senator Eileen Donoghue (D-First Middlesex District) proposed a bill last week looking to permanently legalize daily fantasy sports (DFS) in the state. Of interest here, the bill (…

Massachusetts Considers Online Gambling in 2018 » Legal US Poker Sites Massachusetts and its jagged road toward online gambling may prove that the internet betting market in the United States is as open and unpredictable as the lottery. …

Health Care

Berkshire Workers Critical Of GIC Reducing Health Care Options » iBerkshires GIC Executive Director Roberta Herman asked how many people get their health insurance through Tufts.…

Gov. Charlie Baker renews pitch for health changes » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker is renewing a controversial proposal to move 140,000 low-income people off the state's Medicaid rolls and onto other health care plans as part of his $40.9 billion spending plan, re…

Housing

House okays major borrowing bill to support housing production » The Republican The House on Wednesday passed a bill pouring $1.7 billion of funding borrowed over time into various programs to modernize existing public housing stock, assist elderly residents with making home reno…

Among U.S. Mayors, There's Widespread Concern About Housing Costs, BU Survey Finds » WBUR It's certainly not just an issue in pricey Greater Boston. A new nationwide survey of mayors finds that half believe the cost of housing is among the top three reasons people move out of their cities.…

Human Services

Puerto Ricans in Massachusetts refuge dumped by FEMA » Boston Herald Hurricane Maria survivors who fled the devastation in Puerto Rico are being dropped by the federal program that was set up to keep a roof over their heads, leaving them scrambling for shelter and pray…

Immigration

Lawrence Among Sanctuary Cities To Get Justice Dept Warning » CBS Boston A Massachusetts city is among the communities receiving a warning from President Trump's administration as it seeks to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities.…

Niberd Abdalla, longtime Western Mass. resident who overstayed visa, to be released from ICE detention » The Republican Longtime Pioneer Valley resident and detained Iraqi immigrant Niberd Abdalla will be released from ICE custody, ending a seven month stay in the Suffolk County House of Corrections, his attorney Buz E…

Mayor: Feds 'focusing on imaginary bad guys' » Boston Herald The mayor of Lawrence is accusing the Trump administration of “focusing on imaginary bad guys” after the Department of Justice threatened to use subpoena powers to obtain documents on whet…

Amid deportations, SJC chief justice pleads for $5m hike in civil legal aid funding » Boston Globe

Insurance

Baker knocks 'very poor' GIC rollout » Berkshire Eagle The Group Insurance Commission's rollout of its state employee health plan consolidation was "very poor," Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday, as House Speaker Robert DeLeo announced a new effort to inv…

Rosenberg against public employee health plan changes » The Recorder State Senator Stanley Rosenberg said the state Group Insurance Commission's plan to move 200,000 public employees onto different health insurance carriers “will turn a lot of people's health car…

Baker calls rollout of health insurance changes for state workers 'flawed' » Boston Globe Following an outcry, Governor Charlie Baker on Wednesday criticized the way a state agency announced big health insurance changes for hundreds of thousands of state employees, retirees, and their fami…

Healey investigates whether insurance changes for state workers violated meeting law » Boston Globe Attorney General Maura Healey's office is investigating whether a state commission that made a surprise decision to eliminate some popular health plans for state employees violated Massachusetts open …

Open meeting investigation is latest twist in GIC health plan controversy » State House News Service Attorney General Maura Healey has opened an investigation into whether a state commission properly gave notice of last week's meeting when a divided vote took place to consolidate state employee healt…

After furious outcry, Massachusetts commission abandons plan to change state workers' health insurance choices » The Republican

GIC To Reconsider Health Plan Consolidation » WBUR

Judiciary

Worcester lawyer Steven Power confirmed as judge for Westboro court » Worcester Telegram The Governor's Council Wednesday unanimously confirmed a former prosecutor in the Worcester district attorney's office to a judgeship in Westboro District Court. Steven Power worked for former Worcest…

Beverly native approved for Superior Court judgeship » The Salem News Gov. Charlie Baker's nominees to the Superior Court and the Westborough District Court were unanimously confirmed by the Governor's Council on Wednesday, joining the bench from private practice after …

Springfield court gears up for region's first federal terror trial » The Republican A federal judge, defense attorneys and court staff are already gearing up for what would be the region's first international terror trial on June 18.…

Labor

Want more from your workers? Get them to run into each other more often » Boston Globe When the Boston data analytics firm Humanyze moves into its new office this spring, one of the key innovations will be something decidedly low-tech: a coffee machine that can be moved to compel differ…

Workers' comp fraud charges stand against former correction officer from Ashburnham » Worcester Telegram Rejecting the arguments of a lawyer for the accused, a judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges against a former correction officer alleged to have fraudulently collected disability benefits while…

Baker seeks to cap sick-time accruals for college employees » Boston Business Journal The governor has been trying for years to cap the accruals for executive-branch employees, but in his proposed budget this year he's also including limits for higher education workers.…

Mass. Launches First Statewide Salary Negotiation Workshops For Women » WBUR Massachusetts officials are hoping to help working women get their due.…

Goldberg Launches Statewide Salary Negotiation Training Program for Women » Go Local Worcester Treasurer Deborah Goldberg has announced the creation of the statewide salary negotiation training program for women called “Just Ask.”…

Legislative

Hinds Appointed to Senate Ways And Means » iBerkshires State Sen. Adam Hinds was appointed to the Senate Ways & Means Committee. The Pittsfield Democrat was appointed to the committee by acting Senate President Harriette Chandler on Wednesday, the same da…

Hinds appointed to Senate Committee of Ways & Means » Berkshire Eagle On the same day that Gov. Charlie Baker's 2019 budget proposal was released, state Sen. Adam G. Hinds was appointed to the very Senate committee that will allow him to weigh in on state spending. …

Outrage in Wisconsin as Republicans Fire State's Top Ethics and Election Officials » Governing Can the public trust the political process if politicians themselves don't trust ethics and election regulators? That fundamental question has become pertinent in Wisconsin. …

DiDomenico Reflects on 2017 Achievements » Charlestown Bridge Now that the holidays are over and we are already well into the New Year, I wanted to take this opportunity to share some of the important achievements that my colleagues and I in the Senate accomplis…

Ethics panel met for three hours, approved confidentiality motion » State House News Service

Senate committee vows to protect witnesses in Rosenberg investigation » Boston Globe

Local Government

If new Lowell High has pool, city might have to pay for whole thing » Lowell Sun If the new high school is going to have a swimming pool, it appears that city taxpayers will have to bear the full brunt of the substantial cost.…

State Rep. Denise Garlick to host report to the community » Wicked Local Needham State Rep. Denise Garlick, D-Needham, recently announced her “Representative's Report to the Community” has been scheduled for 7-8:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at the Needham Town Hall, Powers Hall, 14…

March to Swampscott municipal election underway » Wicked Local Swampscott In the Tuesday, April 24 Swampscott Town Election, seven seats across seven boards and committees, the position of town moderator as well as 108 Town Meeting member spots are up for grabs.…

Fed judge wants to see grand jury instructions in City Hall extortion case » Boston Herald A federal judge has ordered prosecutors to show him the grand jury instructions that resulted in extortion indictments being brought against Kenneth Brissette and Timothy Sullivan, the embattled lieut…

Marijuana

Massachusetts Bill Introduced That Protects Legal Marijuana Businesses » Weed News In the wake of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' decision to rescind Obama-era guidance that protected legal marijuana businesses, legislators in Massachusetts have introduced a bill that would prohibit…

Led by Warren, lawmakers urge Trump to overrule Sessions on pot » Boston Globe A bipartisan group of 54 members of Congress led by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Colorado Representative Jared Polis is demanding that President Trump restore the federal government's pr…

Debate Heats Up Over North Andover Mega Marijuana Research Facility » NBC Boston The town of North Andover could soon be home to one of the largest cannabis cultivation and research facilities in the state. The developers say residents would not be able to smell it and they would …

Pot farm would pay North Andover $5M per year for 20 years » Eagle Tribune The group proposing a 1.1-million square foot marijuana cultivation and research facility is pledging to give North Andover $5 million annually for the next 20 years, according to a draft agreement pr…

Lelling doesn't budge on pot stance » Commonwealth Magazine 'It puts the banks in a bind, I understand that,' he says …

Lelling reinforces DOJ stance on cannabis » Worcester Business Journal Opioid crimes are his top drug enforcement priority, but U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling told reporters Wednesday that his enforcement of federal marijuana laws could ensnare anyone from an hourly wage e…

Opinion

A haunting city moment » Boston Globe The falling snow may never again be beautiful to the woman kneeling in the street over her dying dog. Looking back, it can't be the elegant stage snow that seems to descend for decorative purposes, th…

Extension of children's health program is a key gain in budget accord » Boston Globe Your front-page article Tuesday (“Shutdown ends with stopgap budget”) reports that the deal that settled the government shutdown won “little more than a promise from Senate majority …

Joan Vennochi: Does Megyn Kelly really deserve this vitriol? » Boston Globe The past is never dead. It's not even past. Quoting William Faulkner may seem overly dramatic when the issue of the day involves Jane Fonda's latest face lift.…

Graham: Put brakes on the choo-choo, Charlie » Boston Herald “And after more than three decades of lip service, we're going to make commuter rail from Fall River and New Bedford to Boston a reality.” — Gov. Charlie Baker, Jan. 23.…

Editorial: Let the whining begin » Boston Herald There were a lot of Democrats rising to applaud the governor's promises of more local aid during his State of the State speech this week. And then, of course, there are those for whom any budget incre…

Guest Opinion: Steward must work harder to keep Morton maternity unit open » Taunton Gazette Taunton is a compassionate, generous, close-knit community. In times of challenge, we have always come together to support our community.…

Carr: Scandal-ridden FBI must be abolished » Boston Herald It's time to abolish the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The G-men have degenerated into nothing more than a racketeering enterprise, a banana republic-style criminal conspiracy of vast proportions.…

What's happened to CLF? » Commonwealth Magazine Comments about Northern Pass are out of line …

Gov. Baker's College Plan Takes Small Steps As Crushing Student Debt Looms » WBUR

Politics

Baker has 61 times as much campaign money as all of his Democratic opponents — combined » Boston Globe As the 2018 gubernatorial contest crawls to a start, it is not just the polls showing Governor Charlie Baker hugely popular with voters but also the fund-raising numbers that paint a bleak picture for…

In this tiny Maine town, residents say white nationalist administrator didn't speak for them » Boston Globe It's been snowing off and on for a few days, and this town just 15 miles from the Canadian border is mostly white.…

Unions, outside groups fund proposals for millionaires tax, wage increase » The Daily News of Newburyport A group behind ballot initiatives to increase the minimum wage, tax the state's top earners and mandate paid family and medical leave raised nearly $700,000 in campaign contributions last year, with m…

Democratic congressional candidates' forum set for Feb. 6 in Hudson » Boston Globe The Hudson and Maynard Democratic Town Committees, and the Marlborough Democratic City Committee are sponsoring a ' forum for the Democratic candidates for the Third Congressional District seat being …

The race for Massachusetts' 3rd District is unusually crowded. What happens next? » Boston.com Rep. Niki Tsongas must have a pretty attractive job, judging by all the applicants.…

With a commitment to social justice, upstart secretary of state candidate travels to Berkshires » the Berkshire edge Not once did Josh Zakim use the phrase “social justice” to describe his motivation for running for secretary of state, but it clearly is a factor in his thinking.…

LG Candidate Quentin Palfrey Addresses Lynn Democratic Committee » Lynn Journal Quentin Palfrey, a former Obama White House official and non-profit leader running for Lieutenant Governor, spoke at a meeting of the Lynn Democratic City Committee at Hibernian Hall on Monday. Palfre…

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's decency doesn't absolve him of the GOP's obscenity » 50 States of Blue Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker delivered his annual State of the Commonwealth Tuesday night, his last before facing reelection this November. Baker focused his rousing speech on popular issues s…

Choices and consequences » Commonwealth Magazine Elections have consequences. And the message of the last election appears to be if you didn't vote for Donald Trump, prepare to face the consequences. …

Public Health

More money for prison-run treatment center in wake of troubling reports about facility » Boston Globe A prison-run center for men ordered by a judge to undergo addiction treatment would receive an additional $3 million for medication and new staff, including substance use counselors, under Governor Ch…

Public Safety

For staties, controversies piling up » Boston Herald The Massachusetts State Police — now dealing with a discrimination investigation — is juggling multiple controversies.…

Hudson receives grants for fire safety programs » Community Advocate Region – Representative Kate Hogan (D-Stow) announced that additional grants have been awarded to “Student Awareness of Fire Education” (S.A.F.E.) and “Senior SAFE” for …

Terrorism, opioids, and highway patrol: State Police welcomes newest class » Boston Globe

Son of Sgt. Douglas Weddleton, who was killed in line of duty, among 174 new Massachusetts State Police troopers who earned a badge today » The Republican

State Finance

What's in Gov. Charlie Baker's FY19 budget proposal? » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker's fiscal 2019 budget revived several proposals lawmakers have previously rejected. It made some new investments in education, mental health services and opioid addiction.…

Governor sends $40.9B budget to Legislature » The Recorder

State Government

Springfield students, both Puerto Rican evacuees, lead Pledge of Allegiance at Gov. Charlie Baker's State of the Commonwealth » The Republican STEM Academy Middle School student Miguel Torres has experienced a lot of firsts the past few weeks.…

Selectmen notes: Building commissioner named chairman of state board » The Millbury Sutton Chronicle

Transportation

Gov. Baker says South Coast Commuter Rail will become a reality » Turn to 10 South Coast economic development and realty professionals believe the South Coast Rail project is gaining momentum.…

Letter asks Baker to put Berkshire County representative on long-range transportation panel » Berkshire Eagle Berkshire County doesn't have a place on the Governor's Commission on the Future of Transportation in the Commonwealth — a group that aims to create a framework for the next 20 years of getting…

Quincy works to oppose a new Long Island bridge » The Patriot Ledger The mayor, city council and Quincy lawmakers are taking steps to oppose the reconstruction of the Long Island bridge, including testifying at the State House before the Joint Committee on Transportati…

Selectmen discuss possible litigation against MassDOT » South Coast Today The controversial South Coast Rail project has taken yet another turn.…

Harvard increases support for West Station » Commonwealth Magazine HARVARD UNIVERSITY put some additional financial muscle behind efforts to begin construction of a new transit station in the Allston-Brighton area earlier, offering the state $50 million toward a full…

Harvard ups financial commitment for West Station, calls for interim train stop in Allston » Boston Globe Harvard University on Wednesday offered to nearly double its contribution to bring new train service to Allston, hoping to prod the state to accelerate its plans for a commuter station seen as crucial…

Seaplane plan gets pushback » Boston Herald Residents of East and South Boston — including a Massport board member — are pushing back at the idea of seaplanes flying into Boston Harbor, predicting more noise, pollution and dangero…

Bill addresses Massachusetts electronic tolling privacy concerns » The Republican

Utilities

Towns Get Grant To Study Regional Sewer Plant » The Cape Cod Chronicle The Baker-Polito Administration has awarded Dennis, Harwich, Yarmouth and Barnstable a $150,000 grant to study a regional wastewater treatment facility.…

Massive oil burn during cold snap a 'disaster,' says state energy and environment secretary » Berkshire Eagle During the frigid 15 days between Christmas and Jan. 9, power generators in Massachusetts burned about two million barrels of oil — more than twice the amount of oil they burned during all of 2…

Will the country's first mandatory residential demand charge slow the Massachusetts solar boom? » Utility Dive Massachusetts regulators made history Jan. 5 by approving a three-part rate for Eversource Energy that includes a mandatory demand charge for residential customers who own distributed energy resources…

Impacts of recent cold snap forcing closer look at energy mix, LNG » Lowell Sun

Northern Pass prevails in Massachusetts Clean Energy RFP, handing victory to Eversource and Hydro-Quebec » The Republican

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Judge upholds unfair competition claims in suits against Uber by Mass. taxi companies, dismisses antitrust claim » Legal Newsline

Marin Goldstein on Easthampton School Committee after Alexandra Dodge steps down » The Republican

REPORT: Bay State laws fail to protect students » Sentinel & Enterprise

Baker mentions offshore wind project in speech » Martha's Vineyard Times

Charlie Baker Focuses on Bipartisanship in State of the Commonwealth » Boston Magazine

Senate Task Force Gets Retail Pitch From Local Businesses » The Cape Cod Chronicle

Here are three takeaways from Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's state of the state » MassLive

Bill would give Attorney General and Inspector General seats on Pilgrim advisory council » Wicked Local Abington

State Senator Eric Lesser tours vocational training facility » WWLP 22

Expiring restrictions fuel anxiety among affordable housing tenants » South Coast Today

Forum to feature all 13 Democrats running for Congress » Lowell Sun

Gov. Charlie Baker proposes $40.9 billion FY19 budget » The Republican

MGM Springfield holding career sessions for hurricane victims » WWLP 22 News

Tax Questions Complicate Massachusetts Budget Plans » WAMC

Massive oil burn during cold snap a "disaster," Beaton says » State House News Service

Change to Massachusetts state workers' insurance plans was 'flawed,' caused 'tremendous' confusion, Gov. Charlie Baker says » The Republican

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Jay Gonzalez believes Gov. Charlie Baker's vulnerable » Wicked Local Georgetown

US Attorney Says Mass. Priority is Opioids, Not Marijuana » NBC Boston

Lelling elaborates on approaches to marijuana, immigration » State House News Service

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