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9:00am Mass. NAHRO Annual Legislative Education Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

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

1:30pm Mass. Adoption Resource Exchange, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

Must-Reads

Mick Mulvaney isn’t blowing up the CFPB » Politico Mulvaney has continued with dozens of lawsuits and nearly 100 investigations into corporate abuses in the five months since President Donald Trump installed him as the bureau’s acting director.…

Democrats were looking at suburban districts. Now they’re glancing toward rural ones too. » The Washington Post For Democrats, the first-tier districts remain roughly three dozen largely suburban and well-educated areas, but they’re now eyeing second- and third-tier races in case the wave is as big as so…

“ORGANIZATION DON’T MEAN S**T”: INSIDE THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN » Vanity Fair In an excerpt from her new book, Chasing Hillary, the author explains how a group of perspicacious—and pretty miserable—Clinton campaign reporters knew the candidate’s electoral h…

The Original Donald Trump » New York Magazine The New York Establishment will ignore unscrupulous acts to serve its interests — just look how it treated Roy Cohn, onetime lawyer to the president. …

In governors’ races, candidates battle over what the Democratic Party stands for » The Washington Post Throughout the country, increasingly contentious primaries for governor are emerging as central battlegrounds in the broader struggle for the soul of the Democratic Party. …

Safe seats? Anti-Trump wave may wash out some Democrats, too » NBC News (C)apuano is facing his first-ever primary challenge — and he’s not alone, with a small but growing number of entrenched Democrats watching as insurgents out-fundraise them with a sense …

No, Michelle Wolf Didn’t Joke About Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s Looks » Vulture As soon as Michelle Wolf finished delivering her blistering White House Correspondents’ Dinner roast of the Trump administration and the members of the press that cover it, she was, not surpris…

Black nurses sue Brigham and Women’s Hospital » Boston Globe Nirva Berthold had nursed cancer patients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for nine years, when she decided to go after a higher-paying position. The Haitian-American nurse said she was turned d…

"If you don't file any amendments to help out your district, then what the heck are you doing here?"

Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli

Speaking about the budget and the 1,400 amendments that were filed by State Representatives.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Moulton faces questions on opioids, pot, prisons » Gloucester Times An 18-year-old Beverly student, whose friends survived the shooting in Parkland, Florida, asked Congressman Seth Moulton about gun reform.…

Business

Grant supports urban farming initiative in Holyoke » The Associated Press (AP) State and local officials are teaming up with a community group to help create a new city farming program in western Massachusetts.…

Dockless rental bikes — lots of them — are coming this summer » Boston Globe Have you heard about dockless bike rental systems? It’s one of the newest business concepts to hit the urban landscape, bankrolled by venture capitalists. …

Development continues in Malden, including at former City Hall site » Wicked Local Malden Several sites of development are in various stages of progression around Malden. They include the following: At the site of the former City Hall/Police Station, the Jefferson Apartment Group is midway…

Rep. Kennedy criticizes Philips Lighting for taking Trump tax break, leaving Fall River » The Herald News U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III took to the floor of Congress on Thursday to fight for workers losing their jobs at Fall River’s Philip Lighting facility.…

TripAdvisor's CEO earned nearly 500 times as much as its median employee in 2017 » Boston Business Journal Stephen Kaufer, the co-founder and CEO of Needham-based travel review site TripAdvisor Inc., received total compensation worth nearly $48 million in 2017, the largest single-year haul of his career an…

Education

Lincoln-Sudbury students plan protest after suit is filed about sexual assault » Boston Globe Students at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School are planning to walk out of class Monday morning to protest how district officials allegedly handled complaints from a former 15-year-old student who s…

Boston College Will Rescind Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degree » Boston Magazine The decision comes after Cosby was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman. Boston University, Tufts University, and Amherst College all revoked similar awards in 2015. …

UMass will offer free housing to 21 students displaced by Amherst fire » The Republican All 21 students displaced by a fire that damaged a multi-family apartment building are being offered free on-campus housing and meal plan assistance by the University of Massachusetts.…

Atlantic Union College submits closure plan to state » Worcester Telegram Setting in motion the shutdown the school first announced in February, Atlantic Union College has submitted its official closure plan to the state Department of Higher Education, according to a depart…

UMass Amherst To Offer New Degree-Granting Programs On Mount Ida Campus » WBUR

Environment

Fore River compresor foes to gather health data from area » Wicked Local Braintree The Fore River Residents Against the Compressor or FRRAC is trying to document stories from residents who have experienced illnesses or ailments caused by toxicities in the heavy industrialized area, …

Federal

Government demands back $1,600 it paid to a quadriplegic while he worked as a summer intern » Boston Globe Jared Coppola suffered a catastrophic spinal cord injury playing football for St. John’s Prep of Danvers almost 10 years ago, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a self-sufficient, pr…

Gaming

Maddox walks a tightrope » Commonwealth Magazine Calls Wynn brand strong even as he seeks name change for Everett casino …

Cost of Everett casino rises another $100m » Commonwealth Magazine Wynn Resorts says price tag now set at $2.5b …

Health Care

VA turns to alternative pain treatments amid opioid crisis » Boston Globe Navy veteran Jake O’Neill turned to opioids — some prescribed, some illicit — to ease the lower-back pain that left him in near-constant agony.…

Ballot initiative would cost hospitals $1b a year, industry-backed study says » Boston Globe A report commissioned by the Massachusetts hospital industry projects that passage of a ballot question to regulate nurse staffing would come at an extraordinary cost — almost $1 billion a year…

Human Services

Springfield woman gets probation after pleading guilty to stealing money intended to help homeless women » The Republican

Judiciary

The murky relationship between a detective and informant causes rift with Middlesex DA » Boston Globe The detective and the drug dealer were looking for the same man.…

DA Early stands by earlier statement regarding Alli Bibaud arrest report » Worcester Mag After a Veterans’ Day ceremony in Worcester’s Green Hill Park last November, District Attorney Joe Early Jr. fielded a reporter’s questions just outside the memorial park where, m…

Labor

Black nurses sue Brigham and Women’s Hospital » Boston Globe Nirva Berthold had nursed cancer patients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for nine years, when she decided to go after a higher-paying position. The Haitian-American nurse said she was turned d…

Cape employers left in lurch by H-2B lottery scramble for summer staffing » Cape Cod Times With just weeks to go until the unofficial start of summer, many of Cape Cod’s seasonal businesses are still scrounging around for the workers they need to keep operations at full speed during …

On-the-Job Fatality Rates in Massachusetts Are Spiking » Boston Magazine They're higher than they've been in the last decade. …

Local teachers union elects Salem instructor as new president » Boston Globe A union leader and history teacher at Salem High School who was elected as the new president of the American Federation of Teachers Massachusetts Saturday said better funding for schools and less emph…

Local Government

Colrain awaits AG opinion on Pitt House sale » The Recorder A recent state Supreme Court ruling that a Pittsfield art museum can legally sell a Norman Rockwell painting donated by the artist himself has resonance in Colrain, where town officials want to know i…

Walsh wants to build a bridge to Long Island. But will Quincy ever get over it? » Boston Globe Mayor Martin J. Walsh has made rebuilding the Long Island Bridge a signature initiative of his second term. He has extolled the virtues of using the island as a haven for those seeking to recover from…

Hundreds to break bread to feed hungry » Gloucester Times Gloucester’s annual rite of spring and The Open Door food pantry’s biggest fundraiser, last year the dinner drew more than 1,000 people, each donating $15 to $20 at the door, for a grand…

SUNDAY NOTEBOOK: Leominster street an issue for councilors » Sentinel & Enterprise THEY'VE ENDURED high-stakes elections and weathered heated debates over local policies, but can the Leominster City Council survive the latest guantlet thrown before them?…

Marijuana

At 89, legendary psychiatrist and marijuana advocate still wonders about Harvard professorship » Boston Globe “I want a goddamn strong statement on marijuana,” the distinctive voice on the tape growls. “I mean, one on marijuana that just tears the ass out of them.”…

Liz Warren has high hopes for pot bill » Boston Herald U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has had “encouraging” conversations with Republican leadership over a bill she and Republican Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner are crafting that would give states the …

Opinion

Has Maine found a bipartisan solution to easing health care costs? » Boston Globe Might we ever see a bipartisan health care bill that addresses costs and receives unanimous legislative support? Although one emanating from Washington seems unlikely anytime soon, an innovative bipar…

The socially unacceptable Christians » Boston Globe The HBO series “Silicon Valley,” a trenchant satire of the rich and digital, devoted a recent episode to Christianity. The story took a strange turn.…

Clive McFarlane: Ethics questions should be examined in Bibaud case » Worcester Telegram While state Attorney General Maura Healey ruled out criminal charges against District Attorney Joe Early and others for intervening after the arrest and booking of a local woman, she believes ethics c…

Lively battle awaits Baker in gov. primary » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker came under attack at his own party convention, with his primary opponent accusing him of siding with Democrats and taking credit for President Trump’s economic successes.…

Our View: State wise to strengthen laws on college sexual assaults » South Coast Today Whether it’s the conviction of Bill Cosby for indecent assault or the litany of famous men in government, business and media who have been accused of sexual assault or harassment, women are no …

When there’s no such thing as negative attention » Boston Globe ONCE, THE LEFT loved Kanye West, as the right hated him. Now the left hates Kanye, while the right loves him.…

Bolling: Some Good Guys even in #MeToo era » Boston Herald Men behaving badly toward women have been grabbing headlines for several years. And revelations of outrageous behavior continue to have a snowball effect, compelling more and more women to recall even…

Wistful in (the city of) Framingham, as town meeting season takes shape » Boston Globe Many in Framingham are wistful during what is town meeting season for so many other communities (“Democracy’s gatekeepers,” Metro, April 22). After self-governing by town meeting fo…

A pretty little double standard » Boston Globe Amy Schumer’s new movie, writes Amanda Hess, is based on a “pretty little lie: Looks don’t matter. It’s what’s inside that counts.”…

EDITORIAL: Students take another hit » Lowell Sun F or those concerned about the mounting cost of attending our state's institutes of higher learning, you might want to look at the fuzzy math being taught at our community colleges.…

Editorial: A state police investigation of tragic proportions » Worcester Telegram What transpired after the Oct. 16 arrest of a young woman who turned out to be a judge’s daughter over all-too-routine charges amid an opioid epidemic has turned into a complex web of Shakespea…

McKeon’s fall from grace padded by AG » Boston Herald Every covered-up scandal needs a designated fall guy, and yesterday disgraced ex-state police Col. Richard McKeon drew the short straw.…

Turns out, Tall Deval isn’t touting it all » Boston Herald As part of the run-up to his coronation yesterday at the Republican state convention in Worcester, Gov. Charlie “Tall Deval” Baker sent out a fundraising letter last week touting his  

Our Opinion: A laudable compromise on dental health care bill » Berkshire Eagle There is a consensus among state legislators and the state's dentists that a way to provide dental care to the underserved must be provided. It appeared however, that disagreements about how to provid…

Arming doctors with a tool to save lives » Commonwealth Magazine Extreme Risk Protection Orders have shown to be effective in reducing gun-related homicides and suicides …

Taxpayers clean up Big Pharma’s mess » Commonwealth Magazine States must take action to force manufacturers to pay for disposal of unused drugs …

What am I missing at Allston Landing? » Commonwealth Magazine At-grade Pike, West Station early on are no-brainers …

Politics

Dems rap Baker's handling of scandal » Newburyport News Democrats are hammering away at Gov. Charlie Baker over a payroll scandal in the Massachusetts State Police as the Swampscott Republican’s re-election bid gears up, but political observers say …

GOP challenger for Mass. gov. praises President Trump's work » WCVB Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker will face a September challenge from Springfield gubernatorial hopeful Scott Lively.…

GOP convention at Worcester DCU gives Charlie Baker a rousing welcome » Milford Daily News Gov. Charlie Baker got a rousing welcome Saturday afternoon from Massachusetts Republicans converging at the DCU Center for the GOP state convention.…

Lively advances to GOP primary, Orrall endorsed for state treasurer » South Coast Today Delegates officially endorsed unopposed candidate state Rep. Keiko Orrall of Lakeville for state treasurer, and Scott Lively, a staunchly conservative Springfield pastor and supporter of President Don…

Baker Will Face Primary Challenger » WAMC Governor Charlie Baker has been endorsed by the Massachusetts Republican Party in his bid for another four-year term.…

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker calls for GOP unity in re-election bid to 'serve as a check on those Democrat majorities' » The Republican Taking on "special interests" at the MBTA. Stopping a proposed $1 billion expansion of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Repairing a "broken" health insurance exchange and slowing down the …

Task for 3rd District Democrats: Standing out » Lowell Sun By the time the second of two debates at UMass Lowell wrapped up Sunday afternoon, it became clear again that the 3rd Congressional District race is still defined more by who the candidates are than b…

GOP Endorses Baker For Gov., Diehl For U.S. Senate; Pro-Trump Lively Makes The Ballot » WGBH Republican activists gathered in Worcester Saturday for the Mass. GOP’s state convention, where their deliberations yielded an irksome Republican primary challenge for Gov. Charlie Baker and a …

GOP Delegates Endorse Baker, But Also Send Him A Message » WBUR Republican Party delegates have endorsed Gov. Charlie Baker for re-election, during their state convention Saturday in Worcester.…

Local rep Keiko Orrall secures Republican nomination for state treasurer » Local rep Keiko Orrall secures Republican nomination for state treasurer Representative Keiko Orrall of Lakeville was nominated by acclamation Saturday to run for state treasurer at the Massachusetts Republican State Convention.…

Candidates woo delegates at GOP convention » Boston Herald Massachusetts Republicans, split between full-throated supporters of President Donald Trump and moderates like Gov. Charlie Baker who have distanced themselves from the president, gathered today to ch…

For Senate, Diehl tops but Lindstrom, Kingston also on ballot » Lowell Sun Conservative, pro-Trump Republican Geoff Diehl won the U.S. Senate endorsement of Republican Party activists on Saturday after two rounds of voting, but all three main GOP candidates vying to take on …

Conservative Pastor Qualifies To Challenge Mass. Gov. Baker In GOP Primary » WBUR A conservative challenger to Republican Gov. Charlie Baker has qualified for the September primary election.…

Wilmington Selectman McCoy Enters Race For Miceli's Seat » Somerville Patch Wilmington Selectman Michael McCoy entered the race to run for state representative representing Wilmington and Tewksbury. McCoy, who is the nephew of Rep. James Miceli (D-Wilmington), enters an alrea…

GOP convention gives top vote to conservative Senate candidate Diehl » Worcester Telegram Conservative, pro-Trump Republican Geoff Diehl won the U.S. Senate endorsement of Republican Party activists on Saturday after two rounds of voting, but all three main GOP candidates vying to take on …

At GOP Convention in Worcester, Gov. Charlie Baker gets 70 percent of vote - and also a challenger » The Metro West Daily News A proverbial ant came to Gov. Charlie Baker’s picnic on Saturday. Mr. Baker, according to pollsters the nation’s most popular governor, received nearly 70 percent of the delegate vote at…

Republican convention gives Governor Baker 70 percent of vote and a challenger » Patriot Ledger A proverbial ant came to Gov. Charlie Baker’s picnic on Saturday. Baker, according to pollsters is the nation’s most popular governor, received nearly 70 percent of the delegate vote at …

Miceli's death spurs mad dash to fill rep seat » Lowell Sun http://www.lowellsun.com/todaysheadlines/ci_31840575/micelis-death-spurs-mad-dash-fill-rep-seat…

Endorsements fly in 3rd District race » Eagle Tribune Candidates in the 3rd District congressional race have picked up a slew of endorsements over the past couple weeks.…

Massachusetts Sen. Jim Welch, D-West Springfield, launches re-election bid » The Republican Sen. James T. Welch, D-West Springfield, has handed in his nomination papers to get his name on the ballot for re-election to the Massachusetts Senate, where he has represented constituents from West…

Warren takes town hall outdoors at West Middle in Brockton » The Enterprise A large crowd turned out on Saturday for a town hall meeting organized by U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, with a line that snaked around West Middle School in Brockton, from the front stairs to th…

Capuano, Pressley tout assets with soft touch » Commonwealth Magazine For each, pushing their strong suit carries risk …

In 3rd District, Democrats rail against Trump, vow to fight tax law » Boston Globe Crowding onto a UMass Lowell stage Sunday, 12 of the Democrats running in the Third Congressional District appeared to agree on almost everything.…

Baker rolls to GOP endorsement » Commonwealth Magazine But will face unwelcome primary challenge from conservative pastor …

Immigration, Wealth Inequality Key Points At 3rd Congressional Democratic Debate » WBUR At least a dozen Democrats are currently vying for the seat of Rep. Niki Tsongas, who announced last summer she would be retiring from Congress once her term in 2018 expires. Twelve of the would-be re…

Candidate for DA calls for Joe Early to resign » Worcester Mag

Challenger Blake Rubin calls for Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. to resign in wake of Alli Bibaud arrest report scandal » The Republican

Dueling progressive endorsements announced in Democratic governor's race » The Republican

Auditor candidate Brady wants to serve on Baker's "deeper bench" » State House News Service

Public Health

Rep. Vargas Helps Open Narcan Bulk Purchasing to Nonprofits, Haverhill’s NFI May Benefit » WHAV Following a week of budget debates on Beacon Hill, Haverhill state Rep. Andy Vargas succeeded in allowing state nonprofits contracted with the Department of Health to purchase Narcan at a reduced rate…

In Lowell, Warren sounds alarm on opioid crisis » Lowell Sun Imagine a plane crash killing 115 people every day in America. That's the severity of the opioid epidemic in this country, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren stressed in Lowell Friday evening.…

In Brockton, life and loss in the shadow of the addiction crisis » The Enterprise Matty Pariseau became deeply entangled in the drug addiction crisis that has swept the region and his overdose death devastated his Brockton family, but now his legacy is a source of strength as his f…

Public Safety

Sexual assault forum encourages women to embrace their voices » Worcester Telegram Bethany Greene loves to see the look in her students’ eyes when they finally “get it.”…

State Finance

Massachusetts House approves 3 amendments on behalf of Peter Kocot » News 22 WWLP.com Representative John Scibak, a close friend and colleague of Peter Kocot, filed the amendments that the house approved this week. …

State Government

Amid Delay In New Lottery Policy, Repeat Winners Keep On Winning » WBUR It's been a charmed decade for Ali Jaafar. The Watertown man keeps hitting it big on the Massachusetts State Lottery, winning millions of dollars from thousands of scratch tickets.…

Report: State transparency website should be easier to use » The Recorder Massachusetts is slipping when it comes to making it easy for residents to see how their tax dollars are being spent.…

At Clark University, Healey outlines role of AG's office » Worcester Telegram

Transportation

MART services could face cutbacks » Sentinel & Enterprise The regional transit system that serves the Fitchburg and Leominster areas will look to scale back late-night services and eliminate select bus routes if the state's 15 regional transit authorities do…

Municipal Road Bridge Funding Bill Could Release Funds For Cape Roadways » Cape Cod Online Cape Cod roadways and roadway maintaining equipment could receive more funding in the coming weeks if approved by Governor Charlie Baker.…

Aloisi wrong on South Coast Rail » Commonwealth Magazine Phased service makes sense, commute times are getting worse …

Worcester Regional Airport adding flights, but still operating in red » Worcester Telegram When the Massachusetts Port Authority invited local business and government leaders to Worcester Regional Airport nearly three weeks ago, it planned for a celebration.…

Walsh backs Rep. Hunt measure to limit MBTA billboards » Dorchester Reporter

Friday's Late-Breaking News

'It's A Prison. It's Punishing Addicts': Calls To Reform Civil Commitments Increase » WBUR

Springfield Cannabis Co. gets higher grades on updated presentation for proposed marijuana store in East Springfield » The Republican

Newbury College to shut down in the spring » The Boston Globe

The Loop takes over 5,000 riders through downtown Springfield in 1st 3 months; city wants schedule to align with trains » The Republican

Baker Chooses Wind over Fishing [OPINION] » WBSM

In shift from first election, Healey to raise funds from donors for inaugural party » The Boston Globe

Hector Montesino appointed to Alzheimer's advisory council » Wicked Local Concord

Somerville Receives $500K For Water, Sewer Improvements » Wakefield Patch

Future of Transportation: Baker says state needs to build reliable system » Fox 25 News

Commission’s transportation recommendations unveiled » Commonwealth Magazine

GE says it may replace KPMG as auditor » Boston Business Journal

Offshore Wind Auction For 390,000 Acres South Of Mass. Blows Through Sale Record » WBUR

In Quebec, clean energy goes to waste. Let’s use it. » The Boston Globe

State commission recommends VC funding for transit technology » Boston Business Journal

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 4/30

9:00am Mass. NAHRO Annual Legislative Education Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

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

1:30pm Mass. Adoption Resource Exchange, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

Tuesday - 5/1

9:00am Mass. League of Community Health Centers Outreach and Enrollment Day, Grand Staircase & Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

12:00pm Education Reform Now Advocacy 4th Annual Policy Luncheon, UMass Club, 1 Beacon Street, 32nd Floor, Boston

4:00pm International Workers' Day Demonstration, Liberty Plaza, East Boston

6:30pm Fundraiser for State Sen. Candidate Lindsey Esser

7:30pm Jamaica Plain Reception for Lieutenant Governor Candidate Quentin Palfrey

Last day to enact Initiative Petitions

Special Election for Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry's seat

Wednesday - 5/2

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

10:30am Joint Committee on Public Service, Public Hearing

12:00pm Joint Committee on Health Care Financing, Public Hearing

2:00pm Joint Committee on Telecommunication, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

5:30pm Rep. Matt Muratore Re-Election Campaign Kickoff

Thursday - 5/3

9:00am Multiple Sclerosis Action Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

9:00am Residents and Fellows Day at the State House, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am Department of Revenue Public Hearing, 100 Cambridge Street, 2nd Floor, Room B, Boston

10:30am Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use, & Recovery, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Municipal Month Kick Off, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

1:30pm Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs & Department of Environmental Protection Public Hearing, Mass. Department of Environmental Protection, One Winter Street, 2nd Floor, Boston

5:00pm Rep. Natalie Higgins Re-Election Campaign Kickoff

6:00pm Fundraiser for Worcester City Councilor Sean Rose

6:00pm Reception for Worcester City Councilor Sean Rose

6:00pm Walpole Meet & Greet with State Sen. Candidate Jacob Ventura

6:30pm Rep. Jeffrey Roy Re-Election Campaign Kickoff with Speaker DeLeo

Friday - 5/4

Birthdays: Rep. Denise Garlick, Rep. Jay Kaufman, Rep. John Scibak

9:00am 29 Who Shine, Grand Staircase & Great Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am Special Commission on Public Records, Sharon Adult Center and Council on Aging 219 Massapoag Avenue Sharon, MA 02067

6:00pm Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate Marshfield Reception


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