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Today on Beacon Hill

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

Birthdays: Senator William Brownsberger

Must-Reads

Koch groups urge Trump to accept Democrats' immigration deal » Politico The Koch network has a rare message for President Donald Trump: Take the Democrats' immigration deal. …

Sales tax-free zone by border? Not so fast, legislators say » Lowell Sun For the fourth time in the last three legislative sessions, Lawrence Reps. Juana Matias and Frank Moran have filed a bill to exempt retailers within 10 miles of the New Hampshire border from the sales…

Shalala's GOP contributions bashed as she campaigns to replace Ros-Lehtinen » Politico Scott Fuhrman said he chuckled at the “gall” of Democratic congressional candidate Donna Shalala when her campaign emailed him an invite to her Wednesday campaign kickoff fundraiser in Mia…

Christine Quinn bashes 'unqualified lesbian' Cynthia Nixon » New York Post Former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, an openly gay supporter of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, called Cynthia Nixon an “unqualified lesbian” a day after the actress announced she's going to ch…

Democrats are contesting more state legislative seats than they have in decades. » The Washington Post Everyone' is talking about whether Democrats can take control of the U.S. House of Representatives and about the record number of candidates running for the 435 House seats up for election this fall. …

State Rep. Shines A Light On NDAs On Beacon Hill » WBUR The Massachusetts Legislature has been roiled for a couple of months now by accusations of tolerating a culture of sexual harassment on Beacon Hill. House Speaker Robert DeLeo has promised to confront…

O'Connor Ives will not seek re-election » Eagle Tribune After almost six years in the state Senate capping more than a decade in elected office, Sen. Kathleen O'Connor Ives said this week she will not seek re-election to a fourth term. …

Race is on for state Senate district » Eagle Tribune Rep. Diana DiZoglio is eyeing a new role on Beacon Hill: state senator. …

Mass. AFL-CIO aide launching run for state Senate » Boston Globe John M. Drinkwater, a Lowell resident, is running after years of roving the State House as the influential union's legislative and political director. …

Healey's links to Berkshire Museum law firm prompt questions » Berkshire Eagle Though WilmerHale attorneys filled court briefs expressing scorn for Healey's probe — rapping its "languid pace" and "meritless claims" — they have, over several years, donated more than…

Karen Spilka claims votes to be next Mass. Senate president, sources say » Boston Globe Senator Karen E. Spilka, an Ashland Democrat, says she has the votes to be the next president of the Massachusetts state Senate, according to several people, including fellow lawmakers and those close…

“You know, Madam Secretary, I think we understand where your priorities are. They are not with the, the young people of this country.”

Rep. Rosa DeLauro

Confronting Education Secretary Betsy Devos for not meeting with the students from Parkland Florida.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Keller @ Large: Policy Change Or Just Another Photo-Op? » CBS Boston First Lady Melania Trump vowed to make cyberbullying her signature White House issue and she is finally getting down to business.…

Business

No, Cambridge Analytica is not a local company » Boston Globe If it's a tech company with Cambridge in the name, it must be local, right? Well, no. The political research firm Cambridge Analytica, which is in the news for all the wrong reasons, is not named afte…

At a McDonald's of the future, Walsh sees Boston's present » Boston Globe It is tempting to wonder why the mayor of a real, honest-to-God city like Boston would turn up at a ribbon-cutting for a local McDonald's franchise.…

Baker wants Airbnb bill passed this session » Worcester Business Journal Gov. Charlie Baker wants to see legislation regulating short-term rentals passed into law before the end of this session, but he said Monday he has not fully reviewed the proposal House leaders plan t…

Can More Development Stitch Boston Together? » Boston Magazine Look, up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's… Boston's largest air-rights project?…

MassLive to open Worcester office as part of statewide expansion » Boston Business Journal MassLive Media, a sister newspaper to the Boston Business Journal, will open a downtown Worcester office at 10 Mechanic St. as part of its continued growth in Worcester County.…

Fate Of Berkshire Museum Artwork Rests With State's High Court » WBUR Residents opposed to the sale of artwork by the Berkshire Museum, in a final attempt, asked the state Supreme Judicial Court on Tuesday to stop the transaction, or at the very least appoint a museum m…

Walgreens to pay $5.5M for overcharging workers comp program in Mass. » Boston Business Journal The Walgreen Co. will pay $5.5 million to Massachusetts as part of a settlement after the pharmacy retail chain allegedly overcharged for prescription drugs covered by the state's workers' compensatio…

At Berkshire Museum art sale hearing, both sides find reason for hope » Berkshire Eagle The jurist able to greenlight Berkshire Museum art sales gave both the institution and its critics reason for hope in a one-hour hearing Tuesday. …

Retailers don't want to be Baker's $1B 'guinea pig,' group says » Boston Business Journal

Boston mayor hits pause on short-term rental regulations » State House News Service

Education

Massachusetts lawmakers propose expanding civics education » Mass Live Massachusetts lawmakers released a bill Tuesday that would revamp the state's civics education curriculum.…

South Hadley High opens student-run restaurant in effort to expand vocational opportunities » Gazette Net A student-run bistro at South Hadley High School is so popular for its $6 lunches that students line up out the door to chow down on food prepared by their classmates.…

State auditor talks about solutions to regional schools' woes at Marlboro conference » Worcester Telegram Following up her office's report on the topic last year, state auditor Suzanne Bump on Tuesday reiterated her call for the state to find solutions – both the straightforward and not-so-straight…

Auditor Bump advocates for more funding for regional school transportation » Wicked Local Framingham The Legislature should fully fund the transportation costs for regional school districts, state Auditor Suzanne Bump told a group of school business officers on Tuesday.…

Students could face tougher civics requirement » Newburyport News Students will have to complete civics projects to graduate from high school under a legislative plan to update the state's decades-old social studies curriculum, but some say the effort doesn't go far…

Rep. Campbell, Sen. Chandler Release Details of Student Civics Education Bill » WHAV At a statehouse press conference Tuesday, Rep. Linda Dean Campbell and Senate President Harriette L. Chandler unveiled a comprehensive civics education bill they filed in the House and Senate.…

Students may face civics project » Gloucester Times Students will have to complete civics projects to graduate high school under a legislative plan to update the state's decades-old social studies curriculum, but some say the effort doesn't go far enou…

Environment

Massachusetts Governor's Office Announces New Recycling Resource » Waste 360 The Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts have announced a new resource through the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) to help municipalities across the state i…

Most Mass. Voters Say Climate Change Is Bringing More Frequent Or Severe Storms » WBUR

Judiciary

Death penalty for drug dealers is not a new idea » Boston Globe President Trump's plan to use the death penalty on drug dealers has all the hallmarks of his favorite policies: It could fit on the front of a baseball cap. It is a proven applause line. It appeals to…

Put valor back into state's Valor Act » Sentinel & Enterprise The Massachusetts Valor Act serves a worthy purpose. It allows judges to use discretion in ordering U.S. veterans who commit crimes to be placed in treatment and counseling programs rather than being …

Dismissal sought for 11K cases tied to Amherst drug lab scandal » Gazette Net Defense attorneys and civil libertarians have asked the highest court in Massachusetts to throw out another 11,000 drug cases potentially tainted by a rogue chemist at a state drug lab.…

Tentative accord reached on game-changing criminal justice bill » State House News Service

Joella Fortier nominated to be Orange District Court clerk magistrate » The Republican

Labor

Police chiefs slam social media bill » Boston Herald The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association is slamming proposed legislation it says would limit the ability to give full background checks to recruits. …

Nurses union, hospitals battle over ballot question setting patient limits » Boston Globe A powerful Massachusetts nurses union is again pushing for mandated staffing levels, setting the stage for a contentious and expensive fight with hospitals for the support of voters in November.…

Legislative

Friedman votes in favor of animal welfare » Wicked Local Burlington State Sen. Cindy Friedman, D-Arlington, recently joined her Senate colleagues in voting in favor of S.2332, an act to protect animal welfare and safety in cities and towns, and S.1155, an act relative…

Newburyport Senator O'Connor Ives leaving after third term » State House News Service Newburyport Democrat Kathleen O'Connor-Ives will not seek re-election this fall, giving Republicans a sudden chance to compete for an open seat and creating another shift in the unsettled Senate chamb…

Amid turmoil and turnover at State House, Massachusetts state Sen. Karen Spilka secures presidency » The Republican

Local Government

Danvers takes wait and see attitude on opioid lawsuit » The Salem News Selectmen are taking a wait-and-see approach before joining a nationwide push to sue opioid drug makers and distributors in federal court to recoup costs wrought by the crisis. …

Councilor to try again to get more liquor licenses for Boston's outer neighborhoods - and large new shopping malls » Universal Hub City Councilor Ayanna Pressley (at large) wants to ask the state legislature to give Boston the ability to issue 153 new liquor licenses, mostly in neighborhoods not served by cash-rich outlets of nat…

Council picks its manager finalists: Donoghue, plus 2 » Lowell Sun Sen. Eileen Donoghue is a top-three finalist for the city manager post, along with an assistant dean at MIT and a research director from North Carolina.…

Latino Councilor in Holyoke will skip marching in St. Patrick's Parade until more white councilors march in Puerto Rican Parade » The Republican Thousands of people withstood the cold or marched to participate in the St. Patrick's Parade Sunday, but City Councilor Nelson R. Roman was not among them.…

Selectmen won't take stand on Tisbury School project » Martha's Vineyard Times

North Adams Awarded State Grant for Eagle St. Business Development » iBerkshires

Marijuana

Poison control predicts influx of marijuana calls » The Enterprise Poison-control officials in Massachusetts are gearing up for an expected spike in calls about accidental exposure to marijuana once legal sales of the drug begin on July 1.…

Brockton mayor to marijuana shops -- we're open for your business » The Enterprise After receiving pushback from several other members of the Brockton City Council, Winthrop Farwell withdrew his proposal for a citywide referendum on whether to ban recreational marijuana dispensaries…

Legal marijuana may lead to influx of poison control calls » State House News Service Poison control officials in Massachusetts are gearing up for an expected spike in calls about accidental exposure to marijuana once legal sales of the substance begin on July 1.…

Weed wars: Hampden latest Springfield suburb considering outlawing recreational marijuana facilities » The Republican

Opinion

Trump's bullying is getting more desperate » Boston Globe His name was Joseph, but we called him “Beanie.” That was the only name he responded to as some poor kid, his eyes pooling with tears, pleaded with Beanie not to shove him inside a locker.…

Nitrogen gas may be the key to the most humane executions possible » Boston Globe Oklahoma played a key role in the effort to make capital punishment more humane. It was Oklahoma's state medical examiner who, in 1977, proposed lethal injections as a less painful, less violent metho…

Uber fatality drives home need for uniform safety rules » Boston Globe The tragic death of a woman struck by a self-driving Uber while walking her bicycle on a Tempe, Ariz., road on Sunday night highlights the danger of testing autonomous vehicles on public streets witho…

Battenfeld: It's about time for Charlie to take charge » Boston Herald It's one of the oldest Massachusetts hack tricks in the book — collecting overtime for shifts not worked — but it shouldn't be happening in the era of supposed government reform.…

Graham: Gov't spending no cure for addiction » Boston Herald The speech on opioid addiction that Donald Trump should have given in Manchester, N.H., yesterday: Ladies and gentlemen of the great Granite State, as a candidate for president, I came here to New Ham…

Trump's opioid plan has solid backbone » Sentinel & Enterprise President Trump made a stop in New Hampshire on Monday to promote his objectives for winning the war against the deadly drug epidemic that's engulfed this nation.…

You Missed The Voter Registration Cut Off Date? Too Bad » WBUR

Come for a visit, Governor » Martha's Vineyard Times

Politics

Gardner Museum security chief to run for Mass. secretary of state » Boston.com A man who has spent more than a decade trying to solve Boston's most famous art heist is planning a run for statewide office.…

Massachusetts State Rep Says Her Harassers Still Working On Beacon Hill » New Boston Post Some of the gossip and harassment that preceded Rep. Diana DiZoglio's termination from her job as a legislative aide seven years ago came from elected officials still serving on Beacon Hill today, the…

Secretary of the Commonwealth candidate Josh Zakim proposes weekend voting, same-day registration » Mass Live Josh Zakim, a Democrat challenging Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin, on Tuesday proposed a series of reforms aimed at boosting voter turnout - including requiring weekend elections.…

Four vying for vacant D.A. seat » Bay State Banner Rachael Rollins, a former assistant U.S. attorney and chief legal counsel at MassPort has entered the race for the Suffolk County district attorney's office, pledging to introduce reforms to the offic…

Race for the 18th Middlesex District is getting crowded, as Leary declares » Lowell Sun Five months after losing his City Council seat in a grueling election, Jim Leary says he plans to serve as a "ward councilor" for his neighborhood once again, just in a bigger setting: the State House…

Sturbridge Democrat Tanya Neslusan challenges state Rep. Todd Smola » Worcester Telegram Tanya Neslusan, a Sturbridge Democrat, will challenge state. Rep. Todd M. Smola, R-Warren, for the 1st Hampden District seat.…

Amid barriers, Winchester women step into the political arena » Wicked Local Winchester State Sen. Patricia Jehlen remembers when there was no women's bathroom in the House Lobby in the State House, and there were no women on the labor committee to act on equal pay and family paid leave …

State rep race pivots to opioid, education issues » The Sun Chronicle A sleepy special election for an empty state representative post suddenly woke up Tuesday with the candidates taking aim with their top issues.…

Richmond attorney announces as Democratic candidate for Berkshire DA » The Republican A Richmond attorney has announced she will challenge the newly appointed District Attorney for Berkshire County for the top law enforcement job.…

Andrea Harrington to Challenge Caccaviello for District Attorney » iBerkshires Local attorney Andrea Harrington took out papers on Tuesday morning to primary Berkshire District Attorney Paul Caccaviello, who was sworn in just five days ago.…

WBUR Poll: Warren Holds 'Quite Significant' 30-Point Lead » WBUR A new WBUR poll out Wednesday (topline results, crosstabs) finds Elizabeth Warren with over a 30-point lead as she runs for re-election to the U.S. Senate this year.…

Public Health

Candidates sound off on Trump's drug claim » Eagle Tribune During his Monday remarks at Manchester Community College, President Donald Trump called for the death penalty for drug dealers, continued to advocate for a border wall with Mexico and took direct aim…

Haverhill saw two overdoses a day in February » Eagle Tribune On the same day Gov. Charlie Baker visited to tout harsher penalties for fentanyl dealers in Massachusetts, city officials revisited the progress — or lack thereof — in the city's fight …

Massachusetts AG Healey Vows Unity In Opioid Fight, Rips Trump's Plan As 'Senseless Waste Of Money' » New Boston Post Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey ripped President Donald Trump's proposal to air television commercials warning the public about the dangers of opioid abuse as a “senseless waste of m…

Public Safety

'You need to act,' Parkland shooting survivors say at Harvard » Boston Globe Students who survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida last month called for political accountability and changes to the way the nation regulates guns and handles g…

Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumni push state legislators for stronger gun protections » Wicked Local In the wake of last month's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., alumni all over the country have been banding together in solidarity with students and in support of str…

Baker Calls For Stronger Laws On Dangerous Drug Fentanyl » CBS Boston Gov. Charlie Baker visited Haverhill, where he called for stronger laws on fentanyl.…

Targeting the drug trade » Eagle Tribune Gov. Charlie Baker joined with Essex County law enforcement officials Tuesday to call on legislators to change the state's fentanyl trafficking statute to help stem the flow of the lethal drug into Ma…

Baker Speaks at Haverhill Police Department About Fentanyl Legislation » WHAV Gov. Charlie Baker joined Haverhill Police Chief Alan R. DeNaro and other officials, at the Haverhill Police Department Tuesday afternoon, to speak about the growing opioid crisis and ask for stronger…

State labs not equipped to enforce 2015 fentanyl trafficking law » State House News Service The heralded law that made trafficking in the deadly synthetic opiate fentanyl a new crime in 2015 has proven to be "unenforceable," according to the Baker administration, police and prosecutors who u…

Baker pushes more 'urgency' in changing fentanyl trafficking law » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker and top law enforcement officials urged the Legislature Tuesday to make it easier to prosecute traffickers of fentanyl, the ultrapowerful opioid that is often mixed into heroin …

A timeline of State Police controversies » Boston Globe Three troopers are suspended for allegedly selling hundreds of used State Police guns to a firearms dealer, then receiving more than a dozen weapons for free.…

Trooper force under fire after scathing OT audit » Boston Herald The entire state police force is now under investigation, with an internal audit linking 21 current and former troopers to overtime abuse in 2016 expanded into a department-wide probe, and Attorney Ge…

Abused OT program designed to boost highway presence » Boston Herald An overtime program milked by state troopers now under investigation was run solely out of the unit patrolling the Massachusetts Turnpike to catch additional traffic violations.…

State Police troopers who allegedly broke overtime rules should 'face the music,' Gov. Charlie Baker says » The Republican The Massachusetts State Police troopers who allegedly skipped overtime shifts, in one of several scandals rocking the law enforcement agency in the last five months, will have to "face the music," Gov…

Local MSD grads push gun access bill as way to prevent tragedies » State House News Service

Parkland, Florida, high school alumni lobby for 'extreme risk' gun bill in Massachusetts » The Republican

State Finance

Rep. Lori Ehrlich urges state to divest holdings in gun companies » Wicked Local A bill that state Rep. Lori Ehrlich, D-Marblehead, recently filed aims to divest Massachusetts' pension fund from companies that manufacture guns and ammunition for civilian use.…

Mass. lawmakers push to divest state funds from gun industry » Guns.com Massachusetts treasurer supported state lawmakers in filing a bill to divest the state's public pension fund from companies that earn through firearm and ammunition sales. …

State Government

Massachusetts election database was not hacked in 2016, Secretary Bill Galvin says » Mass Live Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin said Tuesday that Massachusetts' voter database was not hacked before the 2016 presidential election, even as reports emerge of Russian hacke…

Weekend voting among reforms sought by Zakim » State House News Service Secretary of State candidate Josh Zakim pledged Tuesday to increase voter turnout if elected, offering up a package of reforms he said would make it easier for people to vote.…

Taxation

Sales tax-free zone by border? Not so fast, legislators say » Lowell Sun For the fourth time in the last three legislative sessions, Lawrence Reps. Juana Matias and Frank Moran have filed a bill to exempt retailers within 10 miles of the New Hampshire border from the sales…

Despite New Rules to Disclose Corporate Tax Breaks, Just Half of Local Governments Are » Governing The regulations that took effect this year let governments decide what's worth reporting, leading many to not report anything at all. …

Transportation

Walsh wants self-driving car regulations amid Seaport testing pause » Boston Globe A day after his administration asked self-driving car companies to suspend testing on Boston's roads, Mayor Martin J. Walsh called for clear regulations to govern the fledgling technology.…

WRTA supporters rally in Worcester, demanding better funding of transit authorities » Worcester Telegram

Utilities

Spectrum Customers Confront Cable Giant In Pittsfield » WAMC Angry subscribers confronted representatives of cable giant Spectrum at a public meeting in Pittsfield Monday night. …

Backers of stalled pipeline keep pilot light lit » Boston Globe Don't write off Access Northeast just yet. Enbridge and its partners, National Grid and Eversource, pulled the plug on the pipeline expansion project last year, amid difficulties financing the $3 bill…

State's top executives push for more natural gas » Commonwealth Magazine THE MASSACHUSETTS COMPETITIVE PARTNERSHIP, a group representing the top executives of the state's largest employers, released a letter on Tuesday urging the state's top three political leaders to push…

Mass. biz group warns of "shortage" of affordable, reliable energy » State House News Service Another business group has joined those already clamoring to let more natural gas into the region, and indirectly clashing with renewable energy proponents who have become an aggressive lobbying force…

Lights Out: Recent Power Outages Raise Questions » The Cape Cod Chronicle

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

20 state troopers face possible discipline in overtime scam probe » Boston Globe

Nearly 1,000 retired Massachusetts teachers could face health insurance price spikes of 20 to 80 percent » The Republican

21 Troopers Involved In Mass. State Police O.T. Scandal » CBS Boston

Walgreens agrees to $5.5 million settlement for claims of overcharging prescription drugs » The Republican

Attorney General Maura Healey to investigate State Police troopers who skipped patrols on Massachusetts Turnpike » The Republican

Facebook is cooperating with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's investigation of the company, Cambridge Analytica » The Republican

Walsh: Self-driving vehicle tests on hold after Arizona fatality » State House News Service

Marijuana official rounding up impaired driving panel appointees » State House News Service

Bill poised for fast track to avoid health insure $$$$ spike for retired teachers » State House News Service

Housing Families to host Legislative Breakfast » Wicked Local Malden

MassDEP initiative seeks to improve curbside recycling stream » Recycling Today

Vargas, Fiorentini Launch 'Haverhill Promise' Grade Level Reading Initiative » WHAV

Medford School Committee Member Considering State House Run » Framingham Patch

'She's had a hard job since the first day she got on:' Col. Kerry Gilpin takes lead of State Police amid scandals » The Republican

'Missing Shifts' Overtime Scandal Widens At Mass. State Police » New England Public Radio

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Recipe of the Week

SRV MEATBALLS

Chef Michael Lombardi

Ingredients

For the meat mix

  • 1 pound ground beef (preferably chuck)
  • 1 pound ground pork
  • 5 large cloves of garlic
  • 3 tablespoons salt
  • 1 cup parsley, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons black pepper
  • 3 ounces pecorino
  • 3 ounces parmesan
  • Pinch of ground nutmeg

For the panada mix 

  • 2-3 large eggs
  • 5 ounces bread
  • 8 ounces milk
  • 8 ounces ricotta

Directions

  For the panada mix 

  1. Add all of the panada ingredients together and let soak for at least 30 minutes (chef's note: this can also be set up overnight).
  2. Crush the mixture together with your hands to make a thick paste (or put all of the ingredients in the food processor)

For the meat mix

  1. Mix all of the meat and spices together, while working the meat as little as possible.

For the meatballs

  1. Mix the meat mix with the panada mix by hand until it is all incorporated and well dispersed. Again, do not overwork the meat or else the final product won't be as tender.
  2. Let the mix sit in the bowl for at least 15 minutes and then scoop or hand roll into meatballs.
  3. Fry the meatballs on the stove top in grapeseed oil, turning to brown all sides. (chef's note: if you don't want to fry them, place them in a 450 degree oven and cook them until the outsides are brown and the meatballs are firm enough to not break apart — around medium rare)
  4. Add the meatballs into your favorite tomato sauce and serve.


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