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9:00am NAMI Mass. Lobby Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

5:30pm Pizza & Conversation with Rep. Rady Mom

6:00pm Rep. Steven Ultrino Re-Election Campaign Kickoff with Speaker DeLeo

6:00pm Meet & Greet with U.S. Senate Candidate Beth Lindstrom

7:00pm Suffolk County District Attorney Candidates' Forum, The English High School, 144 McBride Street, Jamaica Plain

7:00pm Democratic Gubernatorial Debate, Monomoy Regional High School, 75 Oak Street, Harwich

Must-Reads

How Trump thrives in ‘news deserts’ » POLITICO President Donald Trump’s attacks on the mainstream media may be rooted in statistical reality: An extensive review of subscription data and election results shows that Trump outperformed the pr…

Democrats’ Best Recruitment Tool? President Trump » New York Times There is perhaps no better illustration of Mr. Trump’s impact on the midterm campaign than in the soaring number of Democratic House candidates running for their party’s nomination in th…

Inside Jared Kushner's personal crusade to reform America's prisons » ABC News Amid the daily turmoil and intrigue of President Donald Trump’s West Wing, senior adviser Jared Kushner has been quietly pursuing a personal passion: seeking to improve the lives of roughly 6.7…

If Adults Won’t Grow Up, Nobody Will » The Wall Street Journal From Facebook to Harvey Weinstein, America’s scandals amount to a giant crisis of maturity. …

Roger Stone: Paul Manafort Will Never “Roll Over” On President Trump » CBS Miami In a wide-ranging interview, Roger Stone told CBS4 Miami that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is wasting his time prosecuting Paul Manafort because Manafort is never going to “roll over” on…

Conservative Pollster Sounds The Alarm: GOP Could Lose Both House And Senate » The Huffington Post “I think the Republicans are in deep trouble in the House and the Senate as well,” Frank Luntz said on Sunday on Fox News. “If the election were held today, frankly, I think Republic…

The Topline: State follows voters’ lead on criminal justice » The Senate and House sent a sweeping criminal justice reform bill to Governor Charlie Baker’s desk this week. The Governor has not said how he will proceed. Details matter, and there are a lot …

Geoff Diehl says his experience on Beacon Hill, organizing efforts make him best GOP challenger to face Elizabeth Warren in 2018 » The Republican SPRINGFIELD -- Despite a field of GOP rivals and a comparatively small campaign war chest, State Rep. Geoff Diehl says he's confident about his chances of unseating U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren this fal…

"Elizabeth Warren, it seems pretty clear at this point, she wants to make a run for the White House in 2020,"

Geoff Diehl

Stating that Elizabeth Warren has her sights on other political goals than the Senate.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Could there really be five Mass. politicians running against Trump in 2020? » Boston Globe President Trump’s unconventional presidency has shattered all kinds of norms, but there’s one very local tradition that he seems to be reviving: Massachusetts presidential ambitions.…

Business

Should Boston be worried about Houston’s biotech push? Probably not » Boston Globe It was a banner achievement for the MD Anderson Cancer Center. Top biotech investors had licensed some of its research to launch a high-profile cancer diagnostic and therapeutics company, backed by mo…

Hearing planned on electric competition » Lowell Sun Following Attorney General Maura Healey's call for an end to the competitive electric supply market, House and Senate lawmakers are gearing up to hold an oversight hearing to question companies cited …

Fishing groups back New Bedford as wind liaison » South Coast Today

Civil Rights

THE COLUMN: Police incident draws eye of lawyer » Lowell Sun A PROMINENT Boston attorney with a history of winning big civil rights cases against the Lowell Police Department has requested a copy of video surveillance footage showing a detention attendant punch…

Gun owners stage 'peaceful 2nd Amendment gathering' on Greenfield Common » The Republican One day after a federal judge upheld Massachusetts’ assault weapons ban, and in response to nationwide calls for stronger gun control, dozens of Franklin County gun owners gathered to show thei…

Education

Funding Complexities Remain For Mass. Drug Recovery High Schools » WBUR Riley McCabe has only been attending Independence Academy in Brockton for about three months, but he says he's already begun to feel like a new person.…

Students scramble, AG pledges inquiry, after Mount Ida announces closure » Boston Globe The state’s attorney general pledged over the weekend to examine the planned closure of struggling Mount Ida College, which will merge with UMass Amherst, as students and parents grappled with …

Mount Ida deal hit kids ‘like a ton of bricks’ » Boston Herald Infuriated Mount Ida College students and parents, fearing their futures are left in the lurch, demanded answers yesterday after officials announced the school would close at the end of the spring ter…

House votes to increase school funding » Newburyport News Hoping to mend a broken state promise, state Rep. Brad Hill lead an effort that added $12.5 million to a state budget to help school districts with special education funding.…

MSNBC backs out of Westfield State University town hall after student outcry » The Republican Westfield State University announced Friday that MSNBC has reversed its decision to hold a live town hall with U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, on the school's campus following backlash fr…

Teaching Force In Mass. Public Schools Still Overwhelmingly White » WBUR When you bring up teacher diversity at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, the students will be the first to tell you things could be better. Senior Lorra Marseille says she can only think of two …

Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey says Mount Ida/UMass deal can be 'distressing' for students, encourages calls to her hotline » The Republican

Talk of school funding dominates ed. reform event » Bay State Banner

Baker-Polito Administration announces $15 million in additional school funding to support hurricane evacuees from Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin islands » Sampan

Gov. Baker to deliver Worcester State University commencement address » Worcester Mag

Healey looking into UMass-Mount Ida deal » Sentinel & Enterprise

Environment

Police warning of bear sightings after Northfield bear tried to break into home » The Republican Police in several communities are warning residents that bears are now on the move and people should take measures to avoid attracting them.…

Tree debris taxes budgets » Eagle Tribune With March in the rearview, local communities have begun looking forward to spring weather's arrival; but the aftermath of the winter's brutal weather lingers on, especially in the form of tree debris…

Gaming

Wynn’s presence in Mass. could be in doubt amid investigation » Boston Globe The fate of Wynn Resorts’ license for a $2.4 billion gambling palace it is building in Everett now hinges on a state investigation that may not be resolved until sometime this summer.…

Health Care

Mass. governor defends Vertex drug pricing, saying ‘innovation is expensive’ » STAT News

Housing

Massive development of senior housing units eyed for Plainville golf course » The Sun Chronicle Plans for several hundred units of senior housing on the Heather Hill Country Club, which could be the largest housing development for the Attleboro area, are officially underway in Plainville.…

Immigration

For DACA recipients, Trump’s tweetstorms can be panic-inducing » Boston Globe What if President Trump kept talking about you? There are the 280-character bursts that equate undocumented immigrants to criminals storming the border. The repeated calls to build walls to keep immig…

Russian woman facing deportation given sanctuary in Northampton church » The Republican A Russia woman has been given sanctuary in a Northampton church as she fights deportation, church officials said Friday night.…

Judiciary

State halts legal fee support for Judge Thomas Estes » Berkshire Eagle udge Thomas H. Estes is now paying his own way as he fights to keep his job and fend off a harassment lawsuit. When named in a complaint last July linked to his service on the Pittsfield Drug Court, E…

Labor

Gender wage gap costs Mass women $23B a year: Report » Metro.us

Legislative

How they voted: Western Mass. lawmakers weigh in on criminal justice changes, short-term rentals » The Republican Massachusetts House and Senate lawmakers cast ballots on measures ranging from criminal justice changes to how short-term rentals are taxed, as they met for various legislative sessions this week…

MA Senate Working Through Its Problems » Stoneham Patch Has the Senate been in utter disarray since December? Yeah, pretty much. Has it been a distraction? Senate President Harriette Chandler said this week it hasn't been "helpful."…

Safe Communities Act stalls in Legislature » Lowell Sun A year after they gathered feeling "really optimistic" about a bill restricting state enforcement of immigration laws, advocates now plan to change their approach in hopes of getting the stalled measu…

It's About 100 Days Until The Mass. Legislative Session Ends: Beacon Hill In 5 » New England Public Radio

Local Government

Everett City Councilor under fire for racist Facebook post » My Fox Boston Everett City Councilor Stephen Simonelli is under fire for making racist remarks the Haitian community said were aimed at them.…

Marijuana

Truro and Wellfleet farmers take on pot moratorium proposal » Cape Cod Times Vegetable and flower farmers in Truro and Wellfleet who want to grow and sell marijuana wholesale face plenty of hurdles, but they say the biggest one is fear in the community.…

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Kennedy talks marijuana with Kimmel » Wicked Local Ashland In case you didn’t catch “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Wednesday, the fourth district’s own U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III was on the ABC late-night TV show. Although he’s become a …

Opinion

Our Opinion: Pittsfield best heed regional EPA chief on plant upgrades » Berkshire Eagle The belief of some Pittsfield city councilors that the city can continue to kick wastewater treatment and water infrastructure upgrades down the road without the Environmental Protection Agency taking…

All is well in Trumpland » Boston Globe “YOU HAVE TO ADMIT, Trump has done more in the 14 months he’s been in office to further the best interests of the country than anyone on the left can accept,” says Jack, a Republica…

Stop comparing Trump to Stalin » Boston Globe I LOVED ARMANDO IANNUCCI’S movie, “The Death of Stalin,” perhaps the most improbable film comedy I’ve ever seen.…

Follow Ford’s lead and reject fuel standards rollback » Boston Globe LET’S PUT ASIDE for a moment that some of us who breathe air might want to limit the amount of toxins in our daily oxygen intake, or that the fossil fuel supply is actually finite, or even, hea…

Editorial: Charlie Baker keeps housing promise » Boston Herald Next month, the Supreme Judicial Court will hear arguments on Gov. Charlie Baker’s policy of rolling back homeless housing in motels.…

Bill Gouveia: Winner not so obvious » The Sun Chronicle In the recent Attleboro election, there were clear political winners. But not all the victories were as obvious as others.…

No knock on Narcan but it's not the answer » Lowell Sun This newspaper editorialized a year ago about the day the well ran dry on state subsidies to municipalities to purchase Narcan, and that day has come.…

Carr: Your contributions can add up to a slot in the hackerama » Boston Herald Have you been dreaming of grabbing one of those six-figure, no-heavy-lifting hack state jobs behind which comes the obscenely bloated pension, the monthly kiss in the mail?…

Letter to the Editor: Workers in human services sector face many challenges » Herald News Many of the region’s legislators recently accompanied Bristol Elder Services’ case managers on home visits to clients in their respective districts as part of The Caring Force’s s…

Letter to the Editor: Baker, Polito have earned another four years leading Massachusetts » Herald News I’m so excited that not only over 13,000 jobs were added last month, but that Gov. Baker continues to earn strong bipartisan support, even with hypothetical matchups against potential opponents…

A Responsible And Humane Bill - Editorial » Cape News “Don’t boo, vote.” That was Dan Gessen’s response when those gathered on the Village Green for the March For Our Lives rally the Saturday before last gave a chorus of boos wh…

Editorial: Massachusetts should automate registration for voters » Gazette Net We are encouraged that Secretary of State William F. Galvin has joined a campaign to adopt automatic voter registration in Massachusetts.…

In boosting Boston, little emphasis on diversity » Boston Globe A few months ago, I sat in a small conference room and watched the ways Boston presents itself to the world. It wasn’t pretty, but the experience was certainly edifying.…

State breaking its promises to regional schools » Commonwealth Magazine Struggling districts not receiving money they are owed …

Go bigger with offshore wind procurement » Commonwealth Magazine Also says Healey's crackdown on copycat guns was legal …

Our Opinion: Education budget failing right to its foundation » Berkshire Eagle The state portion of costs for public school funding in Massachusetts has become an inequitable mess in terms of the way the budgetary pie is sliced, but the more overarching problem is that the pie i…

Politics

Will A Pack Of Criminal Justice 'Reform' Candidates Lead To The Election Of A 'Conservative' Suffolk County DA? » WGBH Just as the reform bill required extensive compromise to make it through a divided legislature, voters in in Boston, Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop might very well settle on a more cautious new Distric…

Are issues piling up for Gov. Baker ahead of the election?: On The Record » WCVB A new poll shows 67 percent of people approve of Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's job.…

Monomoy Students Hosting Democratic Gubernatorial Debate Tonight » Cape Cod Online A debate between three Democratic gubernatorial candidates will be hosted by students at Monomoy Regional High School in Harwich Monday night.…

Goldstein-Rose announces re-election bid » Gazette Net Independent state Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose has announced he will seek a second term representing the 3rd Hampshire District, consisting of Amherst, Pelham, and precinct 1 of Granby.…

Setti Warren earns transit endorsement in bid for governor » Worcester Telegram The union of bus drivers at the Worcester Regional Transit Authority and the Funding for Public Transit Committee endorsed Setti Warren for governor Friday, saying the Newton Democrat was a strong all…

Promising "more," Kline giving Rosenberg first primary fight since 1991 » State House News Service

Public Health

A quest for addiction treatment that works, and the data to prove it » Boston Globe Colin Beatty and his family did everything they could to help his sister during her years of addiction to prescription opioids. Again and again, they sent her to top-dollar rehabs around the country.…

Shortage in Narcan funds raises alarm » Sentinel & Enterprise A state trust fund that enables police and firefighters to obtain the overdose-reversing drug Narcan at discounted rates has run out of cash, prompting concerns that first responders could soon have t…

Can opioid addiction be stopped before it starts? » The Recorder Can those who are fighting the current opioid epidemic in the region get ahead of the problem by intercepting at-risk people before they develop an addiction?…

Inspired By Federal Response To AIDS Crisis, Sen. Warren Calls For Greater Action On Opioid Addiction » WBUR Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is calling for a massive infusion of federal dollars to help fight the opioid epidemic. …

Public Safety

Students in charge with town halls » Boston Herald Student activists inspired by the students of Parkland, Fla., and the March for Our Lives rally organized a town hall yesterday afternoon to question leaders on gun violence and prevention.…

Massachusetts lawmakers OK bill calling for rape kit testing » WWLP Legislation aimed at prioritizing the testing of rape kits for possible DNA evidence is awaiting Republican Gov. Charlie Baker’s signature before becoming law.…

Town Hall for Our Lives continues gun reform debate in Roxbury » The Daily Free Press Town Hall for Our Lives was held Saturday afternoon in Roxbury for students and members of the community to question elected officials about their support for the gun reform movement.…

State program cash crunch raises alarm on Narcan funding » Lowell Sun A state trust fund that enables police and firefighters to obtain the overdose-reversing drug Narcan at discounted rates has run out of cash, prompting concerns that first responders could soon have t…

State looks to improve rape kit procedure, usage » The Daily Free Press Massachusetts lawmakers have approved legislation that pushes for sexual assault evidence kits to be tested promptly rather than end up sitting on police department shelves.…

Price state pays for overdose-reversing drug going up » WCVB A state trust fund that allows police and firefighters to get Narcan at a discounted price has run out.…

Students host 'Town Hall for Our Lives' in Lowell » Lowell Sun Politicians and students gathered Saturday at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell for an open discussion on the state of gun laws in Massachusetts and in the United States, and the youth movement …

Mass. students lead forum about whether gun laws should change after school shootings » Worcester Telegram Daniel R. Murphy, a senior at St. John’s High School, said he felt like he had to do something to help change the country’s gun laws in the wake of the shooting Feb. 14 at Marjory Stonem…

Safe Communities Act never was about safety » Lowell Sun The Massachusetts Safe Communities Act may not be such a safe bet after all. Despite a supposedly breakthrough compromise with the law-enforcement community, the proposed bill, which would restrict st…

Walsh commits $2 million to police body camera program » Boston Globe Mayor Martin J. Walsh has put aside $2 million in next year’s budget proposal to fund a police body camera program — a measure that could allow the city to begin implementation as soon a…

Overtime scandal not first time State Police unit under scrutiny » Boston Globe The State Police troop currently under scrutiny for an alleged overtime scam was also at the center of a 2016 inspector general’s investigation into irregularities in the awarding of tow contra…

Judge upholds assault weapons ban » Commonwealth Magazine Also says Healey's crackdown on copycat guns was legal …

On records, State Police all about delay » Commonwealth Magazine Agency routinely rejects requests, loses on appeal …

Attorney General Maura Healey among speakers at Lexington gun violence forum » Wicked Local Lexington

State Finance

House leaders to take wraps off state budget plan » The Associated Press (AP) A key legislative committee is set to unveil its version of the state's $40 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins in July. The spending plan expected to be announced Wednesday by the House Wa…

State Government

How gerrymandered is Massachusetts? » Boston.com Massachusetts has come a long way since the days of Gov. Elbridge Gerry. But how much does gerrymandering still play a role in the state where the term was first coined?…

Ribbon cutting planned at Army research lab in Burlington » Sentinel & Enterprise Judging by the lineup, state officials have something positive to announce Monday involving research, the Department of Defense and Northeastern University.…

Gov. Baker to dodge visit tomorrow by VP Mike Pence » Boston Herald

Taxation

Will The New Tax Law Help GOP U.S. House Candidates In Mass.? » WBUR President Trump's unpopularity has made life more difficult for Republican candidates almost everywhere — including here in Massachusetts. Several GOP challengers are trying to break Democrats'…

Transportation

New carrier to be announced Monday for Worcester airport » Worcester Telegram Another major airline is to make commercial flights out of Worcester Regional Airport, it will be announced Monday morning.…

Rail officials knew that judge’s son had poor driving record, yet made him an engineer » Boston Globe The former operator of the state’s commuter rail system said earlier this year that it was unaware one of its engineers had a poor driving record — more than 80 pages long — when …

Local Companies Hope Driverless Cars Prove To Be 'Far Safer' On Roads » CBS Boston Three local companies will test-drive automated vehicles with drivers behind the wheel in parts of Boston’s Seaport District and Devens. …

Sagamore Bridge Lane Restrictions Cause Major Traffic Delays » CBS Boston Drivers spent hours trying to get over the Sagamore bridge on Friday. No, it was not the end of a summer holiday weekend, it was the beginning of lane restrictions for bridge repairs.…

West Chatham roadway redesign begins in '19, state says » WickedLocal Chatham A construction contract for the West Chatham roadway redesign project will be awarded in the fall of 2018 and construction will begin in early spring 2019, town officials learned when they met with Ma…

Pitts Stop: Could Smarter Tolling Reduce Traffic Congestion In Boston? » CBS Boston As Boston continues to grow, so does rush hour traffic. “Twenty years ago it wasn’t like this. You could get back home in a reasonable amount of time,” says Bill Petti, a commuter f…

More Poorer Residents Are Driving Cars, Presenting New Issues for Transit Agencies » Governing More lower-income households have access to cars now than they did before the Great Recession. That’s good news for their access to jobs, but it may cause cities to rethink their assumptions ab…

T, Keolis launch first-of-its kind ad campaign » Commonwealth Magazine Trying to entice leisure travelers, reverse commuters on to trains …

Starting in October, you can fly nonstop from Worcester to Philly » Boston Globe

American Airlines to start daily flights from Worcester Regional Airport to Philadelphia in October » The Republican

Board to MBTA: Greater efficiency "not a substitute for adequate funding" » State House News Service

Utilities

President Trump Expands Wind Leases Off Martha's Vineyard » Vineyard Gazette The Trump administration will expand wind energy leases off Martha’s Vineyard, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior announced Friday.…

To See Offshore Wind Energy’s Future, Look on Shore – in Massachusetts » Inside Climate News

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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 - 4/9

9:00am NAMI Mass. Lobby Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

5:30pm Pizza & Conversation with Rep. Rady Mom

6:00pm Rep. Steven Ultrino Re-Election Campaign Kickoff with Speaker DeLeo

6:00pm Meet & Greet with U.S. Senate Candidate Beth Lindstrom

7:00pm Suffolk County District Attorney Candidates' Forum, The English High School, 144 McBride Street, Jamaica Plain

7:00pm Democratic Gubernatorial Debate, Monomoy Regional High School, 75 Oak Street, Harwich

Tuesday - 4/10

9:00am Human Services Rally, Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am The Future of Transportation: Electric Vehicle Ride and Drive & Briefing, Members Lounge & Ashburton Garage, State House

10:30am Occupational Therapy Day at the State House, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

11:00am Joint Committee on Health Care Financing, Public Hearing

2:00pm Joint Committee on Judiciary, Public Hearing

3:00pm Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Public Hearing, Division of Fisheries & Wildlife Field Headquarters, Richard Cronin Building, 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough

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

6:00pm Rep. Evandro Carvalho for Suffolk District Attorney Campaign Kickoff

6:30pm State Rep. Candidate Richard Palmieri Meet & Greet

7:00pm Fundraiser for State Sen. Candidate Samantha Hammar

7:00pm Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Public Hearing, Division of Fisheries & Wildlife Field Headquarters, Richard Cronin Building, 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough

Wednesday - 4/11

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

Thursday - 4/12

Birthdays: Rep. Joan Meschino

9:00am Annual Autism Awareness and Acceptance Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

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

10:00am Prostate Cancer Awareness Day, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

5:00pm Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate Reception with Sean Spicer

5:30pm Reception for State Sen. Candidate John Flores

6:00pm Boston Marathon Wreath Ceremony, Great Hall, State House, Boston

6:30pm Fireside Chat with Rep. Diana DiZoglio

6:30pm Rep. Andy Vargas Re-Election Campaign Kickoff

7:00pm Rep. Joan Meschino Re-Election Campaign Kickoff

7:00pm Spring Reception with Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins

Friday - 4/13

9:00am Green Difference Awards, Great Hall, State House, Boston

6:00pm Meet & Greet and Fundraiser with State Sen. Candidate Steven Hall

6:00pm Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez Campaign Office Opening


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