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10:00am Board of Registration of Respiratory Care Public Hearing, Room 417 A/B, 239 Causeway Street, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

6:00pm Meet & Greet with Congressional Candidate Alexandra Chandler

6:30pm Reception for Sen. Jason Lewis

Must-Reads

Baker: Entities, organizations need state budget predictability » State House News Service Two weeks into fiscal 2019 without an annual spending bill, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday said he hoped he would not need to file another temporary budget to fund state government and he did not call l…

Tracing Guccifer 2.0’s Many Tentacles in the 2016 Election » New York Times The message from WikiLeaks in July 2016 to a group of Russian intelligence officers who prosecutors say were posing as a Romanian hacker named Guccifer 2.0 urged swift action before the opening of the…

Mass. conservatives tapping into energy from Trump » Boston Globe Hungry to flex their President Trump-fueled enthusiasm, conservative GOP activists in the state are funneling their newfound energy into this year’s three-way primary, which will yield the part…

California Democratic Party snubs Feinstein, endorses rival » Boston Globe OAKLAND, Calif. — The California Democratic Party snubbed Senator Dianne Feinstein on Saturday by handing its official endorsement and a badly needed boost to state Senator Kevin de Leon, her l…

Will wages ever catch up in an era of weak unions, mergers, and rising inflation? » Boston Globe Jobs may be plentiful and corporate profits strong, but the US economy is still failing workers. Real wages for nonmanagerial employees have actually fallen over the past year, the latest sign that th…

Ro Khanna says he'll rally support for Barbara Lee if she makes bid for Democratic leadership » The Intercept REP. RO KHANNA plans to throw his full weight behind Barbara Lee, his fellow representative from California, if she makes a final decision to run for caucus chair, a leadership position being vacated …

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Historic Win and the Future of the Democratic Party » The New Yorker Come November, Ocasio-Cortez is almost certain to become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. Will her democratic-socialist identity push the Party to the left? …

House, Senate fight over education funding for poor and immigrant students » MassLive The Massachusetts Senate and House both want to add a large new pot of money to the state's education funding formula. …

Here's how Gov. Charlie Baker wants to spend the $1 billion budget surplus » MassLive Around half of that will be placed in the state's reserve account to be available in case of emergency. Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday laid out how he is proposing to spend the rest of that money, intro…

House progressive caucus likes Senate immigration proposal » State House News Service A group of state representatives has asked overdue state budget negotiators to adopt Senate language restricting local authorities from cooperating with federal immigration enforcement, advocating for…

“The bottom line is, as long as people are spending as much time as they are spending on the budget, that’s lost time that could be spent on a lot of this other stuff,”

Governor Charlie Baker

On the delayed Massachusetts budget.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Elizabeth Warren is not alone as she prepares for 2020 » Boston Globe During a campaign-style tour of the West late last month, Senator Elizabeth Warren did not announce that she was running for president. But in private events and public speeches, her message about 202…

Warren Is Preparing for 2020. So Are Biden, Booker, Harris and Sanders. » New York Times During a campaign-style tour of the West late last month, Senator Elizabeth Warren did not announce she was running for president. But in private events and public speeches, her message about 2020 was…

Business

Free coffee — with a catch — is coming to Massachusetts » Boston Globe Welcome to Shiru Cafe. Keep your cash. The coffee is free, as long as you are a university student and drink your beverage in-house.…

Why one Boston home security startup caught on and another didn’t » Boston Globe This is a tale of two startups: One was founded in a garden-level Beacon Hill apartment, the other at various Au Bon Pain and Panera restaurants in the western ’burbs. One had a Harvard Busines…

Analog Devices expansion will bring 450 jobs » Lowell Sun Analog Devices broke ground Wednesday for its 147,000 square-foot expansion, marking the first step to creating a global headquarters in Wilmington. An additional 450 employees will be able to work at…

Sal Lupoli's next big thing » Eagle Tribune One of the region's top developers is about to propose his next big thing: a 20-story apartment building, a 70-room hotel, a parking garage with an athletic field on top and a row of restaurants and r…

Raytheon looks to hire 500 in Andover » Boston Business Journal Defense contractor Raytheon Co. is looking to hire up to 500 employees at its Andover manufacturing campus as it heads toward mass production of a new type of radar system for the U.S. Navy.…

Gloucester fishermen ‘desperate’ for federal bill to ease catch limits » Boston Herald A bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives earlier this week is being cheered by fishermen in Gloucester who are hoping for a lifeline for the struggling industry.…

Civil Rights

Ballot battle over transgender law gets underway » Eagle Tribune Supporters and opponents of a law banning discrimination against transgender individuals in public spaces are digging in for a fight ahead of the November elections, the outcome of which could be a te…

Joe Kennedy III, Ed Markey look to ban gay, trans 'panic' defenses in federal court » MassLive Arguing that a person's sexual orientation or gender identity should not be used as an excuse for violence, members of Massachusetts' congressional delegation announced legislation Friday to ban the u…

Domestic Relations

Vineyard Men Stand Tall Against Domestic Violence » Vineyard Gazette Island men stood tall on the Beach Road sea wall in Vineyard Haven Saturday morning for the seventh annual demonstration against domestic violence.…

Education

Laura Perille walked unusual path to interim superintendent » Boston Globe Laura Perille, the newly appointed interim superintendent of the Boston Public Schools, has what many educators consider to be a highly unorthodox resume for the leader of a major urban system: She ha…

UMass students will see an average tuition increase of $351 this year » MassLive University of Massachusetts trustees voted Friday to increase tuition for in-state undergraduate students by 2.5 percent -- an average of $351 per student -- saying the hike for the upcoming academic …

Worcester may seek private funds to sustain middle school sports » Worcester Telegram The district’s new middle school sports program debuting this coming school year is starting to take shape over the summer break.…

Environment

Senate Bond Bill Includes Funding to Help Barnstable’s Blish Point » Cape Cod Online

Magic, vibe of the Boston Harbor Islands linger » Boston Globe Susan Kane still remembers when she was first smitten by the Boston Harbor Islands. It was summer 1995. She was the resident caretaker of Bumpkin Island, living in a small stone cottage with no electr…

State Senate authorizes $2 billion to combat climate change » The Patriot Ledger Legislation that will allocate $6 million to seawall upgrades in Duxbury, Hull, Marshfield and Scituate passed the State Senate Thursday night.…

Climate activist groups blast Mass. House energy bill for 'paltry' renewable standard » MassLive Climate activists are lashing out at leaders of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, saying a clean energy bill passed Thursday night doesn't go far enough.…

Federal

Austin beats out Boston as new home of Army Futures Command » Boston Business Journal Austin, Texas will be the new home of the U.S. Army Futures Command, the Army announced on Friday, with the Texas capital beating out a handful of other finalist cities including Boston.…

Gaming

Brockton mayor calls for (casino) land resolution from Interior secretary » The Enterprise The mayor of Brockton sent a letter to U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke urging the federal government to issue a final decision about land-in-trust status for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe in Taunton,…

Housing

Clarence Fanto: Still trying for long-term regulations about short-term rentals » Berkshire Eagle It will take more than a pocketful of miracles to resolve the so-called Airbnb issue, which has been simultaneously challenging lawmakers at the Statehouse, in Boston, Salem and other cities, and here…

Housing crisis buckles Lower Cape » Cape Cod Times The Lower Cape Outreach Council has seen a more than 20 percent increase in emergency assistance spending in the first five months of this year over 2017, leaving officials to wonder whether they will…

Insurance

Harvard study: Obamacare caused many in Mass. to lose employer insurance » Boston Business Journal

Judiciary

Sargent settles into role as Clinton judge » Worcester Telegram There is no doubt about it. Dennis Sargent is proud to be a Clintonian. He was born here, raised here and raised his family here. Now, he is the first justice of the Clinton District Court.…

Defendants Can Be Jailed for Relapsing During Drug Treatment, Court Rules » New York Times

Labor

Work is getting better, especially for women » Boston Globe Nasty, brutish, and long. That’s what a day’s work used to feel like for many Americans, whether it involved hours in the fields or monotonous repetition on unregulated assembly lines.…

Teachers Unions Scramble to Save Themselves After Supreme Court’s Blow » New York Times The team of teachers pulled up to the school custodian’s house on a steamy summer day hoping to close the deal. They had been there twice with no luck, and Marsel Kovaci was proving to be a har…

Legislative

Mass. House approves bill aimed at combating opioid problem » Taunton Gazette Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators and representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of July 9-13.…

State budget deal 'closer by the hour' » Milford Daily News With the state budget now 12 days late, Senate Ways and Means Chairwoman Karen Spilka said Thursday afternoon that negotiators are getting "closer by the hour" to striking a deal, and that policy diff…

Lots to do and little time left for lawmakers » Boston Herald Massachusetts lawmakers have a little more than two weeks to complete work on numerous bills, some of which were filed at the Statehouse a year or more ago.…

Budgetless Dem leaders head to meeting with Baker » State House News Service

Local Government

Around Amherst: Former Amherst Select Board member remembered » Amherst Bulletin A former Amherst Select Board member and teacher at Pelham Elementary School is being remembered by friends and acquaintances for her significant contributions to both communities over the past 40 yea…

State Rep. Alice Hanlon Peisch holding office hours in Wellesley » The Wellesley Report State Representative Alice Hanlon Peisch announced today that she will be holding office hours in Wellesley on Monday, July 16, 2018 at the following at the following time and location:…

Lynn, Peabody each awarded nearly $400,000 to work toward ‘Complete Streets’ » Lynn Daily News Item Lynn and Peabody were each awarded nearly $400,000 in state funding through the Baker-Polito administration’s Complete Streets Funding Program, which is aimed at making streets safe for all for…

Officials deeply concerned about borrowing $10M » Eagle Tribune Elected city officials are hitting back against a proposal to borrow up to $10 million to correct a budget deficit, despite warnings from the state that those funds could be necessary in the near futu…

Attleboro's Ward 1 polling place may be moved outside the ward » The Sun Chronicle The Ward 1 polling place for voters may soon be on the move as the state has given city election commissioners permission to locate polls outside their wards if necessary.…

Former Springfield Mayor Michael Albano gives up $57,378 city pension during new state job » MassLive Former Springfield Mayor Michael J. Albano, who took a $101,000-a-year state job in May, has given up his annual city pension of $57,378.60, according to city records.…

Milton, Braintree win "Complete Street" grants » The Patriot Ledger Milton and Braintree are among the 22 municipalities who will share in $6.4 million in state “Complete Streets” grants.…

Lawrence Mayor threatens to sue AG over allegations about drugs, immigrants » Eagle Tribune Mayor Daniel Rivera on Friday threatened to sue to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for libel following comments Sessions made in New Hampshire on Thursday suggesting Lawrence harbors drug dealers.…

Worcester task force calls for $4M to $6M capital investment to end chronic homelessness » Worcester Telegram A task force looking into the community’s needs and resources to address adult chronic homelessness estimates that a $4 million to $6 million capital investment is required to create permanent …

Northampton City Council backs lowering voting age to 16 in municipal elections » Gazette Net The Northampton City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a resolution in support of lowering the voting age to 16 in municipal elections.…

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Quincy Mayor Koch battle over Long Island Bridge » Boston Herald The mayors of Quincy and Boston won’t budge in the battle over the Long Island Bridge and residents are getting caught in the crossfire.…

Opinion

Women share their abortion stories and stand up for their rights » Boston Globe It’s rich when you think about it. The ethically challenged misogynist in chief hopes to make millions of women guilty of a crime.…

Op-ed: Why we are endorsing Rollings for DA » Jamaica Plain Gazette After finally passing a comprehensive criminal justice reform bill this past Spring, the next step in the fight against mass incarceration is to ensure these reforms are implemented by electing a prog…

Putin meeting caps disastrous Europe trip » Boston Globe President Trump’s trip to Europe has featured one embarrassment and misstep after the other, and inflicted yet more damage on longstanding relationships that have kept the West safe for decades…

Citizenship question doesn’t belong on census form » Commonwealth Magazine THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES sensibly requires that we “count the whole number of persons in each state” every 10 years. The results of the census are used to determine representa…

Vote yes for Mass. transgender rights » Boston Globe Two years ago this month, we made history in Massachusetts. After a lengthy push, a measure my colleagues and I shepherded through both chambers of the legislature reached the desk of Governor Charlie…

Charter school funding formula is broken » Commonwealth Magazine ONE DOESN’T HAVE to choose sides in the long debate over charter schools in order to raise legitimate questions about the approach being taken in Massachusetts.…

The truth about Lawrence » Boston Globe On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in Concord, N.H., touting a federal plan to get tougher on fentanyl dealers in cities hit hardest by the opiate abuse crisis. But he couldn’t res…

Opioid City so bad, even truth sounds like slander » Boston Herald First things first, Mayor Daniel Rivera — U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions did not libel your lovely city of Lawrence. Libel is when it’s written down. Sessions gave a speech. That wo…

Our Opinion: Clearing pathway to get to the polls » Berkshire Eagle Like any collection of mere mortals, the Massachusetts Legislature has its flaws. Nevertheless, our lawmakers have proved themselves capable of rising to the occasion and producing legislation that is…

Howie Carr: Rampant corruption the norm in FBI » Boston Herald People tend to forget, or maybe never knew, just how corrupt the famous but incompetent Federal Bureau of Investigation has always been. This current scandal is just business as usual for the agency t…

Legislature is juggling two budgets at once (Editorial) » MassLive The Massachusetts Legislature is trying to put together a budget for fiscal 2019 and wrap up fiscal 2018 business at the same time.…

National Grid explains its lockout » Commonwealth Magazine AT NATIONAL GRID, we’ve always taken pride in our ability to negotiate fair, multiyear labor contracts with our unions and to provide robust compensation packages to our employees, who provide …

As I See It: Helping people with mental health conditions to live out their FULL lives » Worcester Telegram

Politics

Jan Cellucci keeps Paul Cellucci’s memory alive by fighting his killer, ALS » Boston Globe The simple blue book — a slender volume marbled with wisdom — was always within arm’s reach.…

Candidate Koh opening Fitchburg office » Sentinel & Enterprise Dan Koh, candidate for Congress in Massachusetts' 3rd Congressional District, on Wednesday announced the opening of a campaign office in Fitchburg.…

The Next Big Democratic Primary Showdown » WBUR The night Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won a Democratic congressional primary in New York, Ayanna Pressley, a Boston city council member who is also challenging a 10-term Democratic House incumbent, tweet…

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Senate Candidate Lindstrom Coming To Framingham » Framingham Source Maria Robinson, a write-in candidate for state representative in the 6th Middlesex district, is holding a meet-and-greet on July 31 from 6-7:30 p.m. Wine and light refreshments will be served at this …

Deval Patrick steps into Texas House race » Politico Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick will return to the campaign trail this weekend, stumping in Texas in one of the most competitive House races in the country.…

State needs U.S. senator with an opioid plan like mine » Lowell Sun There is no other word than "crisis" to describe the misery, the loss, and the deaths that are overwhelming our families due to the drug epidemic plaguing our communities. The very word "opioid" now s…

MA Election Season Heating Up As Flurry Of Action Takes Place » Brookline Patch It must be July of an election year on Beacon Hill. The tell-tale signs were all there. Seersucker and tan suits? Check. (Sorry, Obama. We tolerate that here.)…

At least one Democrat slow to toe party line in guv's race » The Metro West Daily News Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll’s interview with WBZ’s Jon Keller last weekend underlines the challenges that Democrats face in trying to unseat incumbent Republican Gov. Charlie Baker this fal…

Public Health

Despite Narcan, opioid overdoses still ‘horrific’ in Massachusetts » The Metro West Daily News

Massachusetts study: Post-partum women at risk for opioid overdoses » MassLive Women, after they give birth, are vulnerable. They face the stresses of a new baby, they may have post-partum depression, and they lose access to the intensive medical care they received during pregna…

Public Safety

Officer Michael Chesna's death a reminder to 'respect and honor' law enforcement, Gov. Charlie Baker says » MassLive

For some State Police, it’s a posting in paradise » Boston Globe Amid sun-kissed cobblestone streets, cool island breezes, and multimillion-dollar homes sits a wood-shingled State Police barracks that features lush hydrangeas and a fenced-in backyard, and offers fr…

‘He was totally engulfed in flames’: Witnesses recount blaze that injured two Everett firefighters » Boston Globe Scott Dalrymple and Joshua Doyon from Ladder 2 were the first Everett firefighters to run into a burning, three-family home on Morris Street, where a woman was trapped on the second floor on Friday at…

Community mourns loss of Weymouth officer killed Sunday » The Patriot Ledger Route 18 near Park Avenue was a sea of blue and white sirens Sunday afternoon. Lining the streets were more than 50 police cruisers and motorcycles, their drivers standing at attention in the street t…

Weymouth shaken after officer, bystander both shot and killed » Boston Globe A police officer and a local woman were shot and killed in a quiet residential neighborhood Sunday morning after a 20-year-old man allegedly crashed a car, attacked the officer, stole his gun, and use…

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft stops by Weymouth Police Department after death of Officer Michael Chesna » MassLive New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was among the people who stopped by the Weymouth Police Department headquarters to offer their condolences.…

Notable officials, including Robert Kraft, pay respects after Weymouth officer killed » Boston Globe Elected officials, notable sports figures, and police departments from across the region offered their condolences on Twitter Sunday after a Weymouth police officer was fatally shot earlier in the day…

Grand jury weighing criminal charges in alleged Massachusetts State Police gun trade scheme » MassLive A statewide grand jury is considering criminal charges in an alleged scheme involving improper gun sales from the Massachusetts State Police armory, nearly two years after the state Attorney General's…

State Finance

Still no state budget as legislative session winds down » Boston Herald

School security among items designated for Bay State budget surplus » Boston Herald Faced with divvying up millions from a budget windfall thanks in part to federal tax cuts, Gov. Charlie Baker wants to funnel $72 million into school safety and security to answer concerns from local …

Governor Baker proposes using state cash bonanza for school safety measures » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker proposed Friday plowing $72 million into school safety, harnessing a surge in tax revenue to hand local districts an election-year cash infusion for hiring more mental health sp…

Charlie Baker urges pols to finish delayed budget » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker is pushing lawmakers to wrap up the late state budget — now stuck with House and Senate negotiators — and move onto other bills he fears otherwise could get squeezed i…

State Government

‘We’re picking up the pace’ on election security following indictment of Russian agents, Galvin says » Boston Globe Massachusetts’ voter logs were not hacked by Russian agents during the 2016 presidential election, though concerns over security are growing in advance of the 2018 midterms, Massachusetts Secre…

Baker confident Registry could handle automatic voter registration » Worcester Telegram Recent changes at the Registry of Motor Vehicles would make it possible for Massachusetts to operate an automatic voter registration system “with a fairly high degree of integrity,” Gov. C…

Governor makes the Vineyard rounds » Martha's Vineyard Times Gov. Charlie Baker visited the rebuilt ramp and docks at Lake Street Landing Saturday afternoon for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito came to the landing a year earlier and presented Ti…

Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito Visit Islands » Cape Cod Online

Taxation

Coming soon to a theater near you: State tax incentives? » Boston Globe State lawmakers have revived an idea that has been kicking around Beacon Hill for several years: Offer state tax credits to encourage producers to debut Broadway-bound shows in Massachusetts.…

Transportation

Orange to seek more state money for bridge project » The Recorder Residents, school bus drivers and town officials are eager to see the East Road bridge reopened. For three years, the closure has severed a route from North Orange to Route 2A and the rest of town.…

Opportunity knocks on safe driving bill » Lowell Sun It appears that language tacked on to a bill passed last year by the state Senate has removed the final roadblock to the Legislature's approval of a ban on hand-held cellphone use while driving.…

Utilities

Pilgrim seeks exemption from post-closure emergency plans » Cape Cod Times The owner of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station is looking to eliminate the 10-mile emergency planning zone around the reactor less than a year after it powers down for the final time, shrinking the radius…

Are we doing enough on clean energy? » Commonwealth Magazine

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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 - 7/16

10:00am Board of Registration of Respiratory Care Public Hearing, Room 417 A/B, 239 Causeway Street, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

6:00pm Meet & Greet with Congressional Candidate Alexandra Chandler

6:30pm Reception for Sen. Jason Lewis

Tuesday - 7/17

10:00am Joint Committee on Revenue, Public Hearing

10:00am Senate Committee on Bonding Capital Expenditure and State Assets, Public Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

5:30pm Reception for Berkshire District Attorney Candidate Andrea Harrington

5:30pm Meet & Greet with Middlesex District Attorney Candidate Donna Patalano

Wednesday - 7/18

Birthdays: Rep. Paul Schmid

8:30am Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Tram Nguyen

10:00am City Spotlights Leadership Program, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

2:00pm Mandela Day Celebration, Great Hall, State House, Boston

5:30pm Suffolk County District Attorney & Register of Deeds Candidate Forum, Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building, 2300 Washington Street, Roxbury

6:30pm Meet & Greet with Attorney General Candidate Jay McMahon

7:00pm Reception for State Sen. Candidate Amaad Rivera

Thursday - 7/19

Birthdays: Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez, Senator Walter Timilty

9:00am DMH Northeast Area Citizens Legislative Breakfast, Great Hall, State House, Boston

9:30am Mass. Gaming Commission Public Hearing, Mass. Gaming Commission, 101 Federal Street, 12th Floor, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

5:00pm Reception for Secretary of State Candidate Josh Zakim with Rep. Jay Livingston and Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern

6:00pm Wine Tasting & House Party for State Rep. Candidate Tram Nguyen

6:30pm Reception with U.S. Senate Candidate Beth Lindstrom

7:00pm West Newbury House Party for State Rep. Candidate Christina Eckert

7:00pm Jamaica Plain Reception for Secretary of State Candidate Josh Zakim

Friday - 7/20

10:00am Executive Office of Health and Human Services Public Hearing, First Floor Conference Room, 100 Hancock Street, Quincy


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