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Today on Beacon Hill

9:00am Mass. Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics Day on the Hill, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - Springfield, Springfield Technical Community College, 7th Floor Conference Room, One Armory Square, Springfield

10:00am Joint Committee on Ways & Means, FY19 Budget Hearing - Education & Local Aid

11:00am SNA of Mass. State House Luncheon, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

1:00pm AKA Day at the Capitol, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

2:00pm DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - Worcester, Quinsigamond Community College, Harrington Learning Center, Room 109A, 670 West Boylston Street, Worcester

3:00pm Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston Legislative Leadership Award presented to Sen. Eric Lesser, State House, Boston

6:30pm South Coast Rail Public Meeting, Martin Middle School Auditorium, 131 Caswell Street, Taunton

Must-Reads

State revenue chief hired friends, associates » Boston Globe Michael Heffernan's tenure as state revenue chief proved to be a job bonanza for a half-dozen of his associates, including Wellesley residents, former co-workers, and Wellesley Country Club golfers. …

Timeline for House health care bill remains "the coming months" » State House News Service New reporting requirements for MassHealth and consumer protections against out-of-network billing are among provisions of still-developing House health care legislation, Speaker Robert DeLeo said on F…

House employees let go in 2009 signed non-disclosures » State House News Service House Speaker Robert DeLeo used two different figures this week in describing the number of non-disclosure agreements signed by departing House employees during his tenure, and an explanation for that…

How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions » The New York Times As the upstart voter-profiling company Cambridge Analytica prepared to wade into the 2014 American midterm elections, it had a problem. The firm had secured a $15 million investment from Robert Mercer…

Kamala Harris Is Dreaming Big » Vogue IT'S A COLD JANUARY NIGHT in D.C., and I'm at the Hart Senate Office Building, trailing U.S. Senator Kamala Harris into a conference room. Inside, a group of young Latino congressional staffers has ga…

2020 Dems staff up » Politico At least a dozen possible Democratic presidential candidates have begun bolstering their teams by adding aides with campaign experience to their Senate staffs, personal offices or 2018 reelection payr…

Jim Hand: Massachusetts positioned to take power in US House » The Sun Chronicle McGovern would likely become chairman of the House Rules Committee and Neal the House Ways and Means Committee. …

Candidate Trahan's plan on guns lifts portions from other sources » The Lowell Sun One week after a shooter killed 17 people at a high school in Florida, 3rd Congressional District candidate Lori Trahan released a searing letter criticizing inaction in Washington and offering a 12-p…

Massachusetts AG Healey Launches Investigation Into Facebook, Cambridge Analytica » NECN Massachusetts' attorney general is launching an investigation into the data-analysis firm that worked for President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, which is facing allegations it kept inappropriately ob…

“I think my role as speaker and Jim Kennedy’s role as House counsel is to make sure we do the best we can in terms of representing the House," " Other people have other counsel. I think it’s just part of doing business.”

Speaker Robert DeLeo

Responding to questions about the use of nondisclosure agreements in the legislature.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Democrat Conor Lamb's Upset Victory Is Also A Win For Massachusetts' Seth Moulton » WBUR The stunning upset victory of Democrat Conor Lamb in this week's hotly-contested special congressional election in Pennsylvania was a rebuke of President Trump and a big win for Democrats. …

Seth Moulton and Joe Kennedy: Friends or Rivals? » NECN It's a growing topic of conversation among Massachusetts politicos — Seth Moulton or Joe Kennedy? With both congressmen considered future presidential candidates, the rivalry rumors are flying.…

Seth Moulton says he'll consider hiring McCabe to save his pension » Boston Globe US Representative Seth Moulton might save former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe's pension.…

US Sen. Elizabeth Warren blasts Mick Mulvaney's 'incomplete' response to questions on CFPB leadership » The Republican U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, again called on Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney Friday to address questions raised over his actions at the Consumer Financial Protec…

Could Congressman Joe Kennedy Be the Next President Kennedy? » NBC Boston Congressman Joe Kennedy is in demand on Capitol Hill. From chatting with student groups to meetings, votes and hearings, Kennedy juggles the responsibilities of his job while having the extra –…

Worcester Congressman Jim McGovern becomes acting ranking Democrat on House Rules Committee after Louise Slaughter's death » Worcester Telegram With the death of New York Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Friday, U.S. Rep James P. McGovern is the ranking Democrat on the House Rules Committee, perhaps for the long term.…

Business

This colorful Boston developer is enjoying his last [bleeping] hurrah » Boston Globe We are knee-bucklingly high up in an unfinished skyscraper. The walls are open, and the winter wind cuts like a razor. Richard Friedman is stalking around with impatient energy, wearing a hard hat he …

Education

Struggling Brockton schools may sue the state » Boston Globe The opening of school here in September almost had the feel of a memorial service.…

Mount Wachusett will welcome governor » State House News Service Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker will deliver the keynote address during Mount Wachusett Community College's Commencement on May 16.…

Greater Lowell Tech goes red for heart health » The Lowell Sun Greater Lowell Technical High School recently hosted an educational event focusing on healthy living and heart health. Students collaborated with the American Heart Association to unite on National We…

Grant gives Goodrich Life Science Lab a facelift » State House News Service There was excitement and pride at Goodrich Academy for the Life Science Lab ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday morning.…

Education debate pivots on approaches to funding, innovation » The Lowell Sun

Environment

Long-awaited Pittsfield biotech center faces environmental hurdle » Berkshire Eagle The planned Berkshire Innovation Center on former General Electric Co. land must vault another hurdle, this one tied to the site's legacy of environmental degradation.…

AG: Offshore drilling a 'grave' risk to Bay State » Boston Herald Opposition to a Trump administration proposal to allow oil and gas drilling in coastal waters, including those off the Atlantic coast of Massachusetts, continues to grow on Beacon Hill.…

March storms fuel rush to prepare and fund resiliency efforts » Wicked Local Plymouth It's no longer about why, it's now mostly about who: who is going to pay, and how much? Climate change has finally attracted the public's attention and, right behind the people, government is starting…

Open Season: Proposed bike trail sounds like paving paradise to put up a parking lot » South Coast Today The South Coast Bikeway Alliance (SCBA) is looking to fund a $40,000 feasibility study for creating a multi-use trail — biking and walking — between Fall River and New Bedford.…

Jason Lewis Supports Puppy Lemon Law » Framingham Patch The Massachusetts Senate passed two bills strengthening pet health and safety in the Commonwealth. S.1155, An Act relative to protecting puppies and kittens, ensures that puppies and kittens are bred …

Cape Cod Coastal Resiliency Considered in Wake of 3 Major Storms » Cape Cod Online In the wake of the third nor'easter in a week and a half – many are beginning to talk about ways to make Cape Cod more resilient in the face of increasingly strong and more frequent storm.…

Opposition to offshore drilling hardening in Massachusetts » The Associated Press (AP) Opposition to a Trump administration proposal to allow oil and gas drilling in coastal waters, including those off the Atlantic coast of Massachusetts, continues to grow on Beacon Hill.…

Housing

New MassHousing down-payment program eases sting of first home purchase » Boston Globe The past few years have been trying times for would-be home buyers hoping to gain entry to Greater Boston's red-hot housing market.…

FEMA extends deadline allowing Puerto Rican evacuees to continue receiving temporary shelter benefits » The Republican

Human Services

Brunch is a reminder to give back » Boston Herald As the city made final preparations for the St. Patrick's Day Parade, more than a hundred people gathered in a church basement to raise more than $100,000 for a local food panty.…

Immigration

Parents, fearful of deportation, make plans for their children » Boston Globe The couple signing the paperwork were contemplating an unthinkable prospect for most parents: What would happen if they were deported? Would they leave their children in the United States or take them…

After 2 months in detention, a Lynn immigrant is freed » Lynn Daily News Item Edgar “Lupe” Mendoza and his girlfriend, Cindy Magana, had no idea what was happening when five Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) patrol cars pulled them over on North Common Stree…

Judiciary

Massachusetts high court to consider rule that erased Aaron Hernandez's conviction » The Republican Massachusetts' high court will consider whether the state should get rid of a centuries-old legal principle that erased Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction after the former New England Patriots tight …

Legislative

'I don't have the details,' Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey says when asked about conflict over non-disclosure agreements » The Republican In a moment of rare dissent on the House floor, a state lawmaker said Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey should consider looking into the use of non-disclosure agreements that are tied to tax…

AG in dark on nondisclosure discord » Boston Herald Attorney General Maura Healey has not been asked to investigate the use of nondisclosure agreements in the House of Representatives, she said yesterday, three days after the longest-serving member of …

How they voted: Western Mass. lawmakers weigh in on sexual harassment policies, protecting puppies and kittens » The Republican Massachusetts House and Senate lawmakers cast ballots on measures ranging from approving new sexual harassment policies to ensuring puppies and kittens are bred and sold in a safe and healthy environm…

DeLeo backs nondisclosure agreements » State House News Service A day after two state representatives blasted the Massachusetts House's use of nondisclosure and nondisparagement agreements with some departing employees, Speaker Robert DeLeo on Friday defended the …

DeLeo sheds more light on non-disclosures » Commonwealth Magazine Now says 15 of the 33 were part of a reduction in force …

Speaker: Non-disclosure agreements 'part of doing business' » Commonwealth Magazine DeLeo disputes notion that DiZoglio was pressured into signing an NDA …

Local Government

Celebrating Irish spirit » Eagle Tribune Tom Connors was 25 years old in 1979 when he left a failing company that managed public housing and, with two partners, took over a nonprofit job training center that Lawrence General Hospital was div…

Black immigrants honored by Boston City Council » Boston Globe Boston city councilors recently honored four black immigrants who have made significant contributions to their communities and neighborhoods.…

City Council opposes move to add Secret Service members to polling locations » The Daily Free Press City Council unanimously adopted a resolution Wednesday that would oppose President Donald Trump's proposal to have federal Secret Service agents patrolling polling locations during the November elect…

Framingham behind on launching new online data portal » Milford Daily News After pledging to create new financial transparency tools for the public, Framingham has yet to launch a resource that will allow residents to look up salaries, spending records and other city data on…

Marijuana

Pot shops face bans in most of Mass. » Boston Globe Marijuana companies will be banned from a majority of cities and towns in Massachusetts when recreational sales begin this summer, a Globe review has found, the latest indication that there will be fe…

Opinion

Lawmakers should heed Baker on fentanyl, designer-drug fixes » Boston Globe THE BATTLE against the opioid epidemic demands urgency. That, alas, isn't usually the animating impulse when it comes to the Massachusetts Legislature, where lawmaking debate and discussions can easil…

Some grains of truth amid Clinton's condescension and self-pity » Boston Globe IT HAS BEEN nearly 17 months since Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election, yet she can't seem to stop talking about her defeat, or all the culprits she holds responsible.…

Gulp — we need Jeff Sessions » Boston Globe SOMETIMES, IT SEEMS as if, after the Trumpocalypse, all that will remain are cockroaches and Jeff Sessions.…

Editorial: In modern name game, many skills required » Boston Herald In this age of manufactured outrage we have today a lesson in how to do battle over controversial nicknames — and how not to. Let's just say that in these never-ending wars it's better to be a …

The State House culture still needs to change » Boston Globe Let's put aside Thursday's high drama in the House chamber for a minute to acknowledge this: The new rules approved there on Thursday should make a real difference for those who experience sexual hara…

Editorial: House mixes it up » Boston Herald Something funny happened in the House chamber Thursday — an actual debate broke out, an internecine debate among Democrats, no less. Who'd a thunk!…

Carr: Rep's sign complaint is latest example of cluelessness » Boston Herald Have you noticed that the more we pay our state legislators, the dumber they get?…

Parkland created an uproar. Here are some other school shootings that did not » Boston Globe Call this white privilege, plus wealth. The renewed push for gun control, the nationwide “March for Our Lives” this Saturday, the school protests last Wednesday — they happened afte…

LETTER: Reader says MassFiscal violated campaign laws » Newburyport News My Feb. 27 letter in these pages ("She calls nonprofit a 'wolf at the door'") pointed out three recent transgressions against state election law committed by the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance. Now, it…

Shopping the Two Americas » Boston Globe In June of last year, The Wall Street Journal asked: “Has America Built Its Last Major Mall?” The newspaper opined that the massive University Town Center Mall here “could be the las…

Mass. voters shouldn't short-circuit DA races » Boston Globe Earlier this month, Berkshire County District Attorney David Capeless gathered the local press to announce that he was retiring in two weeks time. …

Fighting opioids with our hands tied » The Harvard Gazette

Politics

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Young Republicans, Democrats lobbying for civics education » Wicked Local Ashland The Massachusetts High School Democrats and the Teenage Republicans of Massachusetts are heading to the State House on April 3, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a common goal: voice support for civics educa…

Baker speaks to Republicans in Scituate » Patriot Ledger Republican officials from around the South Shore gathered in Scituate on Sunday for an evening of corned beef and cornier jokes.…

Melrose republicans report excitement ahead of convention » Wicked Local Melrose Excitement is building for local Republicans as they prepare for their state convention next month at the DCU Center in Worcester. Melrose Republican City Committee Chairman Jason Kraunelis reports in…

Analysis: Liz Warren joins Dems in big left turn to excite base » Boston Herald Among the growing list of potential Democratic presidential hopefuls, there is a decided move to embrace more liberal policies and stances in the hunt to grab the mantle as the party's leader.…

Governor Baker threw back a tequila shot on St. Patrick's Day — and teasing ensued » Boston Globe Massachusetts politicians gently mocked each others' electoral ambitions and standings in opinion polls at the annual South Boston St. Patrick's Day Breakfast on Sunday, but the state's chief executiv…

Boston's St. Patrick's Day breakfast is all in good fun » Boston Herald From cracks at President Donald Trump's lawsuits, to jokes about a video of Gov. Charlie Baker's holiday bar hop, Boston's St. Patrick's Day breakfast Sunday was a hoot to many.…

At 2018 Boston St. Patrick's Day roast, Sen. Elizabeth Warren takes aim at President Donald Trump through Stormy Daniels » The Republican US Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Sunday brought up the adult film star who goes by the name "Stormy Daniels" and ripped into President Donald Trump at the 2018 St. Patrick's Day roast in Boston.…

Koh leads fundraising ahead of March filing deadline » Eagle Tribune Daniel Koh, the candidate who has raised the most money in the 3rd Congressional District race so far has received most of his cash from donors outside the district.…

A kinder, gentler — sort of — South Boston St. Patrick's Day Breakfast » Boston Globe The Bay State's top elected officials seemed almost like one big happy family as they gathered Sunday for a South Boston St. Patrick's Day Breakfast that was gentler and more intimate than in many pas…

The best jokes and jabs from Southie's St. Patrick's Day Breakfast » Boston.com Elizabeth Warren, Charlie Baker, and other local politicians took aim at everyone from Donald Trump to each other. …

Ex-West Springfield mayor Greg Neffinger joins Scott Lively's campaign to unseat Gov. Charlie Baker » The Republican Gregory Neffinger, a former West Springfield mayor and East Longmeadow town administrator, has joined Scott Lively's 2018 gubernatorial campaign, the Republican hopeful announced this week. …

Littlefield touts public-private sector work in 3rd District bid » The Lowell Sun In his bid for the 3rd Congressional District, Patrick Littlefield stands as one of the race's political newcomers. With experience founding a business in the health care industry and running a progra…

Public Health

Opioid-recovery patients urge Massachusetts lawmakers to improve treatment access, funding » Worcester Telegram Kim Krawczyk knows the dangers of the nation's opioid crisis. The Marlboro native struggled with opioid addiction for 30 years and lost all her primary memories to this epidemic, but now works with th…

In visit to N.H., Trump to announce opioid plan including death penalty » Boston Globe President Trump, returning to a state he last year referred to as a “drug-infested den,” is traveling to New Hampshire Monday with plans to announce a new policy on combating the opioid ep…

Public Safety

Bristol County Inmate Suicides Spark Lawsuits Against Sheriff » WGBH Nine months ago, Kellie Pearson was driving in Fall River when she got a frantic call from her daughter telling her to call the Bristol County jail immediately. Pearson dialed and got an officer at th…

State Government

AG Healey announces investigation into data firm used by Trump campaign » Boston Globe Responding to reports that a data firm employed by the Trump presidential campaign improperly harvested information on 50 million Facebook users, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Saturda…

Reps push to keep flow of federal dollars to heritage area » Boston Herald Two members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation are pushing to continue federal funding for the Essex National Heritage Area.…

Pols: Hooker Entrance will stay as is » Boston Herald Beacon Hill leaders rejected a rep's suggestion that the State House entrance named for Civil War Gen. Joseph Hooker be changed because the “double entendre” has led to mockery and embarra…

Galvin walks fine line between politics, elections » Gloucester Times As the state's top election official, Secretary of State Bill Galvin must walk a fine line between politics and the oath of office.…

Taxation

Amazon, one of the world's richest companies, to get up to $10M in property-tax breaks » Boston Business Journal Amazon.com Inc., the e-commerce giant that has a market capitalization of more than $766 billion, on Thursday was approved to receive up to $10 million in property-tax breaks to expand in Boston's Sea…

House advances bill taxing, regulating short-term rentals » State House News Service

First recreational tax in Massachusetts proposed for Charlemont » The Republican

Airbnb open to collecting taxes in Massachusetts, but opposed to new House bill » The Republican

Transportation

Public meeting on South Coast Rail slated for Monday in Taunton » Taunton Daily Gazette State transportation officials are planning a public meeting to discuss ongoing efforts to develop a South Coast commuter rail line from Boston to New Bedford and Fall River.…

DeLeo mostly mum on transit goals » Commonwealth Magazine In chamber speech, he largely ignores business group's plea …

Utilities

Spectrum customers expected to channel their concerns over all-digital service » Berkshire Eagle Nearly two weeks after Spectrum cable service completed its transition to an all-digital signal in Pittsfield, residents will have the opportunity to let company representatives know how they feel abo…

This energy storage is tough on Connecticut River » Commonwealth Magazine Northfield pumped storage system uses more energy than it produces …

Report: Massachusetts solar capacity increased 30 percent in 2017, but challenges loom » The Republican

Federal energy regulators back Massachusetts attorney general on rate cuts tied to Trump tax bill » The Republican

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Friday's Late-Breaking News

Hong Kong Day celebrated at Massachusetts Statehouse » Sampan

VIDEO: New MassBay Campus To Be Built on Framingham State Property » Framingham Source

Senate candidates tangle in Middlesex-Worcester seat debate » The Metro West Daily News

Rivera clashes with council over city attorney » Eagle Tribune

Retired State Police lieutenant arraigned in overtime scam » Boston Globe

Court eyes challenge to dismissing murder verdicts » Boston Herald

Peter Lucas: Lelling does his job so Healey doesn't have to do her job » Lowell Sun

Political Notes: Conservative group urges no vote for Baker » Cape Cod Times

EDITORIAL: To regret, or not to regret » Newburyport News

Baker, Gonzalez detail positions in Gatehouse editorial meetings » telegram.com

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 3/19

9:00am Mass. Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics Day on the Hill, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - Springfield, Springfield Technical Community College, 7th Floor Conference Room, One Armory Square, Springfield

10:00am Joint Committee on Ways & Means, FY19 Budget Hearing - Education & Local Aid

11:00am SNA of Mass. State House Luncheon, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

1:00pm AKA Day at the Capitol, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

2:00pm DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - Worcester, Quinsigamond Community College, Harrington Learning Center, Room 109A, 670 West Boylston Street, Worcester

3:00pm Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston Legislative Leadership Award presented to Sen. Eric Lesser, State House, Boston

6:30pm South Coast Rail Public Meeting, Martin Middle School Auditorium, 131 Caswell Street, Taunton

Tuesday - 3/20

9:00am Statewide Independent Living Education Day, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

9:00am American Nurses Association Mass. Lobby Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am Joint Committee on Ways & Means, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Public Service, Public Hearing

6:00pm State Rep. Candidate Gerly Adrien Everett Listening Tour

6:00pm Cocktail Resistance for Congressional Candidate Maria Collett

6:00pm State Rep. Candidate Sabrina Heisey Roller Skating Night

6:30pm State Rep. Candidate Pina Prinzivalli Campaign Kickoff

6:30pm Dracut Selectman Candidate Phil Thibault Campaign Kickoff

7:30pm Trivia Night with Gubernatorial Candidate Bob Massie

Wednesday - 3/21

Birthdays: Senator William Brownsberger

9:00am Adult Foster Care Awareness Day, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

9:00am Kick Butts Day, Grand Staircase & Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am Center for Health Information and Analysis Public Hearing, Center for Health Information and Analysis, 501 Boylston Street, Boston

10:00am House Committee on Technology & Intergovernmental Affairs, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

5:00pm North Shore Fundraiser for State Auditor Suzanne Bump

5:00pm DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - Boston, Roxbury Community College, Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center, 1350 Tremont Street, Roxbury Crossing

6:00pm Somerville Alderman Matt McLaughlin's Birthday Bash & St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser

Thursday - 3/22

9:30am DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - Lowell, UMass Lowell, Wannalancit Building, Room 305, 600 Suffolk Street, Lowell

9:30am 2018 Annual BLIND Day Event, Great Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Bonding, Capital Expenditures & State Assets, Public Hearing

2:00pm House Session, Full Formal Session

6:30pm Marlborough Meet & Greet with State Sen. Candidate Margaret Busse

Friday - 3/23

Birthdays: Rep. Thomas Stanley

7:30am 2018 Pembroke Legislative Breakfast, Pembroke Country Club, 94 West Elm Street, Pembroke

9:45am State Rep. Candidate Jim Hawkins Canvass Kickoff with Congressman Joe Kennedy III, Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 North Main Street, Attleboro

10:00am DCAMM Construction and Design Affirmative Marketing Program Industry Input Public Session - New Bedford, Fort Tabor Community Center, 1000 South Rodney French Boulevard, New Bedford

10:00am Mass. Gaming Commission Public Hearing, 101 Federal Street, 12th Floor, Boston

11:30am Reception for Rep. Jeff Roy with Congressman Joe Kennedy III

7:00pm Sen. Paul Feeney's 40th Birthday Fundraiser

7:00pm Meet & Greet with State Sen. Candidate Steven Hall

7:00pm Northern Essex Registrar of Deeds Candidate Alexcy Vega Campaign Kickoff


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