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Must-Reads

Business groups raise alarm over bills to bolster community hospitals » Boston Globe At least a dozen business and health care industry groups are sounding alarms about proposals by state lawmakers to raise millions of dollars for struggling community hospitals, warning that the plans…

Trump declares victory in war on poverty in order to punish the poor » Boston Globe To the long list of lies President Trump thinks he can make true just by repeating them (“The largest audience ever,” “North Korea has agreed to denuclearization,” “I did…

Steve King Is A White Supremacist, And The GOP Doesn’t Care » The Huffington Post Among other white supremacist views, the congressman refused to apologize for promoting a neo-Nazi on Twitter. Republicans continue to look the other way. …

America’s Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven » The Wall Street Journal A generation ago, Democrats represented much of the country’s manufacturing base. Now, it’s in GOP hands, a swing remaking both parties …

Senators drop safe injection proposal after U.S. attorney warns against drug 'sanctuary' » Boston Herald Massachusetts senators backed off a proposal to approve safe injection sites for drug users hours after U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling threatened that employers and addicts at the facilities would be su…

The top 10 Senate races give Democrats a (narrow) opening to win the Senate » The Washington Post Democrats won a special election in Alabama last year, giving them a narrow path to take back control of the Senate this November. A couple things have aligned in recent months that keep that possibil…

Nunes used political dollars for $15K in Celtics tickets, winery tours and Vegas trips » McClatchy Rep. Devin Nunes used political donations to pay for nearly $15,000 in tickets to Boston Celtics basketball games as well as winery tours and lavish trips to Las Vegas, according to reports from the F…

Sanchez in hot seat on immigration measure » Commonwealth Magazine A liberal activist who is challenging him in the September Democratic primary accused Sanchez of blindly taking marching orders from House Speaker Robert DeLeo, while advocates and other lawmakers al…

DA candidate says she feels pressured by local group » Boston Herald The email, in the form of a questionnaire from former state Sen. Dianne Wilkerson addressed to Champion, Rachael Rollins and Evandro C. Carvalho, warns the community could miss a chance to win the sea…

DeLeo: Municipalities can adopt their own ICE policies » State House News Service With activists furious about the failure of an immigration law enforcement measure, House Speaker Robert DeLeo expects the House will spend the coming months evaluating legislative options.…

“I am disgusted and disappointed that the FY19 budget agreed to by @SpeakerDeLeo and @jeffrey_sanchez leaves out the basic immigrant protections approved by the state Senate in May,” “History will judge the House for being complicit in Trump’s racist deportation machine.”

Rep. Mike Connolly

On Rep. Sanchez's decision to leave out a section protecting immigrants from the state budget.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Former Harvard law students praise Kavanaugh in letter » Boston Globe A group of former Harvard Law School students is sending a letter Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee, offering high praise for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.…

Elizabeth Warren confronts Trump nominee for her role in family separations » Vox

Congressman Joe Kennedy III slams House Republicans for blocking effort to subpoena Helsinki summit translator » The Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III, D-Brookline, condemned House Republicans Thursday for blocking a Democrat-led effort to order President Donald Trump's Helsinki, Finland summit translator to testify before …

Business

With new Martin’s Park, plans for more ferries, things are happening on the waterfront » Boston Globe I’ve spent the week catching up with all things Boston waterfront. There have been plenty of fireworks this summer, including the fight being waged by the Conservation Law Foundation and some r…

Influenceher event is all about workplace change » Boston Globe When a director position was created at the software company where Amy Quigley worked in 2001, she felt qualified to fill the role. Quigley’s boss, who was a woman, agreed but she still promote…

Here’s what happens when startups go wrong » Boston Globe When things start going south at a startup, no one wants to talk about it. The stream of self-congratulatory press releases and social media messages dries up, and executives suddenly stop replying to…

Massachusetts regulator sanctions Infinex over sales practices at banks » Financial Planning Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin has slammed Infinex Investments with a $125,000 fine and ordered the firm to pay restitution to customers who claimed they were sold investme…

Power dims at GE headquarters amid global restructuring » Boston Business Journal General Electric is in for a major change. That is, besides the splitting off of its massive health care unit. And the unraveling of its merger with oil services giant Baker Hughes. And the sale of it…

These startups want to buy a share of your house. Is that a good idea? » Boston Globe What if, instead of taking out a home equity loan from a bank, you could ask Wall Street to invest in your house?…

Codfather's fleet heading back to sea, NOAA says » State House News Service While Carlos Rafael serves a federal prison sentence at Devens, fishery regulators have charted a course for the groundfish industry to make good on what you might call his outstanding 36-ton debt of …

CFO Awards: Former Eversource executive Tom May talks accounting » Boston Business Journal If young accountants want a role model on how to successfully move up the corporate ladder, Tom May most definitely fits the bill.…

Civil Rights

House moves to scrub old abortion, birth control laws » The Sun Chronicle Concern over new appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court moved the Massachusetts House Wednesday to vote 136-9 to wipe out old state laws dealing with abortion, birth control and related issues.…

Legislature passes measure to protect abortion rights » The Metro West Daily News After warning that shifts on the U.S. Supreme Court could put reproductive rights at risk in Massachusetts, lawmakers on Thursday morning sent to Gov. Charlie Baker legislation eliminating old state l…

Head of Mass. ACLU talks Trump, technology and the business case for liberty » Boston Business Journal The American Civil Liberties Union and the National Rifle Association are usually considered to be on opposite ends of the political spectrum. But in at least one sense, they’re similar: When t…

House passes revamped NASTY Act » Boston Herald Bracing for an ideological shift in the U.S. Supreme Court that could jeopardize the Roe v. Wade abortion ruling, state lawmakers broomed a slate of archaic statutes banning abortion, contraception, a…

Mass. House OK’s repeal of 19th-century law that criminalized abortion » Boston Globe The Legislature is poised to send to the governor a bill that would overturn a 19th-century state law criminalizing abortion in Massachusetts — a preemptive move, supporters said, in case the U…

Education

Leominster, Wachusett schools awarded state grants to improve online infrastructure » Worcester Telegram Two Central Massachusetts districts will be recipients of state grants announced by Gov. Charlie Baker’s office on Wednesday that are intended to help schools bolster their online learning infr…

Education advocates push for more funding » The Bay State Banner Educators, students and parents gathered in front of the State House last Thursday, July 12 to protest the continued underfunding of public education, particularly for English language learners and st…

City Councilor: Ex-superintendent Chang’s exit deal a ‘violation of public trust’ » Boston Herald The closed door deal between recently departed superintendent Dr. Tommy Chang and the School Committee was blasted yesterday by a city councilor as “a violation of public trust.”…

Environment

President Donald Trump directs federal aid to Massachusetts for winter storm recovery efforts » MassLive Months after a nor'easter flooded coastal communities and dropped several inches of snow across Massachusetts, President Donald Trump approved an order Thursday directing federal aid to support the st…

Columnist Solomon Goldstein-Rose: Clean energy innovation needs coalitions » Amherst Bulletin Creating battery-testing centers in Massachusetts was a proposal from my campaign for state representative and a focus of my efforts since.…

Federal

McGovern lands key spot on Farm Bill committee » Gazette Net U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern, D- Mass., has been named to serve on a conference committee to complete a five-year reauthorization of the Farm Bill.…

Health Care

State to appeal decision allowing painful shocks to continue » WCVB The Baker administration will appeal a judge's decision that allows the Judge Rotenberg Center to continue administering painful electric shocks to some students for treatment, officials told 5 Invest…

Business groups raise alarm over bills to bolster community hospitals » Boston Globe At least a dozen business and health care industry groups are sounding alarms about proposals by state lawmakers to raise millions of dollars for struggling community hospitals, warning that the plans…

Advocates look to House to seal deal on caretaker registry » State House News Service Advocates for people with disabilities cheered the Senate for passing a bill to create a registry of caretakers found to have abused those in their care and called on the House to follow suit before t…

Human Services

Emergency shelter, programs for homeless kids: What $7.7 million for operating the state's housing agency pays for » MassLive An emergency homeless shelter in Amherst and support services for homeless children in Malden are among the programs funded through the state budget's $7.7 million allocation for the operation of the …

Massachusetts is about to lift welfare 'cap on kids' » MassLive Massachusetts is about to lift a cap that denies welfare benefits to children born while their families are on welfare. The so-called “family cap” would be repealed as part of the fiscal 2…

Immigration

Massachusetts budget protects court access for undocumented unaccompanied minors » MassLive The final Massachusetts state budget stripped out the most attention-getting provisions relating to immigrants without legal status. But with little fanfare, lawmakers did include a provision protecti…

The “Sanctuary State” Amendment Is No More » Boston Magazine A “sanctuary state” proposal in the budget, which would have prevented local law enforcement from spending limited time and resources helping ICE, has been removed after legislators said t…

DeLeo: Communities can adopt their own ICE policies » The Daily News of Newburyport With activists furious about the failure of an immigration law enforcement measure, House Speaker Robert DeLeo expects the House will spend the coming months evaluating legislative options.…

Judiciary

Judge awards family of Andrew Wagner $35 million in wrongful death suit against woman accused of fatally stabbing him » The Republican A Hampden Superior Court judge has awarded $35 million to the family of Andrew Wagner, who was fatally stabbed in Worcester on May 7, 2014.…

Legislature ices Gov. Baker’s bill on civilly committed child rapists » Boston Herald Lawmakers weighing Gov. Charlie Baker’s bill addressing concerns about the near release of convicted child sex predator Wayne W. Chapman quietly dismissed the measure for this legislative sessi…

Labor

In 2015, The Top 1 Percent In Mass. Earned 31 Times The Average Of Everyone Else » WBUR Massachusetts has the sixth-biggest gap between its highest-paid residents and everyone else, according to a new report, with the state's top 1 percent of families in 2015 earning 31 times what the av…

Legislative

Final state budget would not allow candidates to spend campaign funds on childcare » MassLive Massachusetts lawmakers did not include a provision in the final state budget bill that would have allowed state candidates to use their campaign funds for childcare.…

Lawmakers break budget impasse » The Daily News of Newburyport Breaking a nearly three-week impasse, lawmakers agreed Wednesday to a $41.8 billion budget that jettisoned dozens of proposed policy changes that snarled negotiations, including a plan to curb state c…

Local Government

Weymouth bridge could be renamed after slain police officer » The Patriot Ledger A push to rename the new Fore River Bridge after slain police Sgt. Michael Chesna has won the backing of Gov. Charlie Baker and state Sen. Patrick O’Connor, who represents Weymouth, where the e…

Guns, smoking, and getting young voters involved » Martha's Vineyard Times With another hectic Vineyard summer in full swing, I hope you can take a moment to relax and read about some of our work at the State House.…

Massachusetts State Rep. John Barrett Talks Spectrum, Budget, Education » WAMC Former North Adams Mayor John Barrett now serves as the Democratic State Representative for the 1st Berkshire District of Massachusetts. He’s been in office since November 2017, after winning a…

Tax, equity concerns swirl around advancing benefit district bill » Lowell Sun The Senate beat back a volley of amendments Wednesday as fresh doubt emerged when lawmakers considered legislation that has been passed by the Legislature in each of the last two years, both times rej…

Roxbury peace event ‘Save R Streets’ welcomes thousands » Sampan The 9th Annual Save R Streets Silence the Violence Basketball Tournament and Community Peace Weekend, hosted by nine members of Score 4 More, Inc., took place over July 7th — 9th, 2018 at Jeep …

Marijuana

Are cities and towns demanding too much from marijuana operators? » Boston Globe Want to open a marijuana business in Massachusetts? Prepare to open your wallet — wide. In Salem, prospective recreational pot operators must first agree to pay the city 3 percent of their annu…

Cape businesses await rollout of pot market » Cape Cod Times From “bud and breakfast” inns to pot-infused pizzas to craft marijuana cooperatives, Cape Cod entrepreneurs are ready to jump into the recreational marijuana business.…

Opinion

Editorial: No ‘sanctuary’ from the law » Boston Herald Yesterday, Beacon Hill lawmakers finally filed their budget, and language that paved the way for Massachusetts to become a “sanctuary state” did not make the cut.…

Graham: State budget numbers don’t add up » Boston Herald The conventional wisdom is that Massachusetts elects Republican governors, not because they can actually stop the Democrats from spending every penny they get their hands on, but they can at least slo…

LETTER: License home birth midwives with HB4655 » The Metro West Daily News U.S. maternity care is in crisis. Despite exorbitant spending, our worsening maternal mortality rate ranks last among developed nations. Standard deliveries are characterized by preemptive overapplica…

The U.S. Immigration System Is Broken and Inhumane » Medium Most decisions about our border crisis will be made 1,936 miles away by people who have never breathed the desert air, never consoled a mother who doesn’t know where her child is, never heard t…

Trump declares victory in war on poverty in order to punish the poor » Boston Globe To the long list of lies President Trump thinks he can make true just by repeating them (“The largest audience ever,” “North Korea has agreed to denuclearization,” “I did…

A crucial next step for Mass. clean energy » Boston Globe Massachusetts’ selection of Vineyard Wind to develop the nation’s first major offshore wind farm is a huge step in the state’s move toward a cleaner energy system. We reached this…

Let’s give Trump the credit he deserves » Boston Globe President Trump isn’t given the credit he’s due – or so he often tells us. So today, some laurels: Trump has now officially surpassed Bill Clinton at linguistic legerdemain. And t…

Mr. Data goes missing on safe injection plan » Boston Globe It’s been clear for some time that Governor Charlie Baker is skeptical of harm reduction centers, where people suffering from substance abuse disorders can inject themselves with illegal drugs …

Opportunity for Baker to seize the moment on toll test » Boston Globe A pilot program designed to test and collect data on an innovative transportation idea, at no extra cost to drivers, and with the potential to reduce traffic and stretch transportation dollars? That s…

Editorial: Beacon Hill's health care fix fails to address the state's problem » Boston Business Journal In the waning days of the state’s legislative session, lawmakers are negotiating a bill that would shore up community hospitals at the expense of health insurance firms and larger hospitals. As…

Massachusetts transgender residents should be treated with respect, dignity (Letters) » MassLive On July 16, Massachusetts Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo, in a Boston Globe op-ed, declared his continued support for transgender civil rights and encouraged voters to say yes to Question 3 this No…

Law needed to expand access to midwives » Commonwealth Magazine Would make it easier to have births at home in Massachusetts …

Planned transmission key to offshore wind race » Commonwealth Magazine A grid could attract more bidders, better prices …

A fracking ban is hypocritical » Commonwealth Magazine Why ban a product that doesn’t exist in Massachusetts? …

Editorial: A fresh eye on state police woes - Will new consultant have resources to help clean up mess within the Massachusetts State Police? » Worcester Telegram

Politics

Scott Lively endorses Bob Massie in Democratic primary » Boston Globe Bob Massie may not have secured the Democratic Party’s endorsement for governor earlier this year, but he’s got one unexpected — and unwelcome — supporter in his camp.…

Campaign Notebook: GOP Senate hopefuls back Trump on Putin and Russia; Koh leads in $ in 3rd House district race » Worcester Telegram Massachusetts’ three Republican candidates for U.S. Senate stood by President Trump this week as he underwent a storm of criticism in the wake of his summit with Russian President Vladimir Puti…

Feeney, Ventura rematch in offing » The Sun Chronicle Republican Jacob Ventura is running for the Senate seat held by Feeney, a former Foxboro selectman, which he lost during last year’s special election. He has resigned from his position as a sta…

Capuano and Pressley, Galvin and Zakim set to debate » Boston Globe They’re happening. Not meet and greets, not political forums, nor town hall gatherings. They’re official debates, widely broadcast and before a live audience, and they’re happenin…

This Kennedy challenger will almost certainly lose his race. But can he save the planet? » Boston Globe Unless something truly astounding happens in the next month and a half, Gary Rucinski will not win the Sept. 4 Democratic primary against Joe Kennedy III.…

Berkshire DA Explains Campaign Event Hosted By Felon » WAMC Berkshire District Attorney Paul Caccaviello clarified the reason for his appearance at the home of a convicted felon at a campaign event this week. …

Neal has commanding money lead on Amatul-Wadud in congressional race » The Berkshire Eagle Congressional candidate Tahirah Amatul-Wadud might lag U.S. Rep. Richard Neal by more than $3 million in campaign contributions, but she said she is proud of the individuals who continue to support he…

GOP Senate hopefuls do the Trump squirm » Commonwealth Magazine No one wants to alienate conservative party base …

Public Health

Lawmakers send bill raising Massachusetts smoking age to 21 to Gov. Charlie Baker » MassLive A bill that would raise the statewide age for buying tobacco from 18 to 21 was sent to Gov. Charlie Baker's desk on Thursday, after final procedural votes by the House and Senate.…

State Senate nixes plan for drug-injection site designed to prevent overdose deaths » Boston Globe The state Senate on Thursday backed away from a proposal to establish a facility where people could inject illicit drugs under supervision, instead voting to form a commission to study the issue.…

Massachusetts poised to raise tobacco purchasing age » Boston Herald Massachusetts is poised to become the sixth U.S. state to raise the minimum age for buying cigarettes and other tobacco or vaping products from 18 to 21.…

US Attorney Andrew Lelling: Feds would crack down on safe injection sites in Massachusetts » MassLive U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Andrew Lelling made clear on Thursday that he will not turn a blind eye to safe injection sites, which are federally illegal, even if they are approved under state law.…

If You're Under 21, It's Likely You Soon Won't Be Able To Buy Cigarettes In Mass. » WBUR The Massachusetts House and Senate have reached a compromise on a bill raising the age to 21 statewide that people can legally buy tobacco products.…

Senate's supervised injection site pilot has US attorney's attention » Lowell Sun Under a Senate approach to treating opioid addiction that will be up for debate Thursday, officials in the Department of Public Health would be responsible for designing supervised sites for illegal d…

Public Safety

Massachusetts House Votes to Boost Funding for Police Training » NECN In a time of immense pain, the police chief in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, began calling for increased training after one of his officers was shot and killed in April.…

Police Training Fund Passes Senate, Heading To Governor » Brookline Patch From Senator Karen E. Spilka: The Massachusetts State Senate passed House Bill 4516 today to create a dedicated revenue source for the Commonwealth's municipal police training committee. With today's …

Charlie Baker to decide on new fee for law enforcement training » Boston Globe As Governor Charlie Baker cut his profile as a socially moderate Republican, he’s touted two unquestionably traditional GOP tenets: support law enforcement and hold the line on taxes and fees.…

Legislation Spurred By Gannon Killing Passes House & Senate » Cape Cod Online Lawmakers in the House and Senate on Beacon Hill have passed a bill that would fund municipal police training.…

State Police trooper admits getting free guns, is cooperating in criminal probe » Boston Globe

State Finance

State budget on Gov. Baker's desk backs variety of Berkshires investments » The Berkshire Eagle Worth waiting for. That's how area lawmakers view the $41.9 billion spending plan they finished this week, removing the state's dubious distinction of being the last in the country to pass a budget.…

Budget Negotiators Come 'Out Of The Woods' With More Money » WGBH The $41.88 billion budget deal that was filed Wednesday morning and quickly approved by the Legislature includes no new fees, according to the lead House negotiator, and relies on an unusual eleventh …

House, Senate panel boosts budget to $42B for 2019 » The Berkshire Eagle Jacking up spending beyond levels approved by either branch this spring, House and Senate negotiators Wednesday agreed to a $41.88 billion budget for the fiscal year that began July 1. The compromise …

State budget includes UMass funding for Wareham cranberry station, Lyme disease research in Worcester, bees in Amherst, mediation center in Boston » MassLive The University of Massachusetts system received funding for myriad projects in the state's $41.88 billion budget, including funding for its cranberry station, Lyme disease research and bees.…

Taxation

CVS, Walgreens, Walmart object to proposed tax on Mass. retail clinics » Boston Business Journal CVS’s MinuteClinic, Walgreens and Walmart are major members of a trade group that's objecting to a proposed tax on retail health care centers in Massachusetts, saying the result would be to rai…

Transportation

Governor Baker weighs test of off-peak toll discounts » Boston Globe Anyone stuck in Mass. Pike traffic might empty out their wallets in return for freedom.…

Would you change your schedule to cash in on lower tolls? » WCVB Gov. Charlie Baker will have the final say on whether the state will test a form of congestion pricing on Boston area toll roads and crossings.…

New Green Line Cars To Hit The Tracks In September: MBTA » Brookline Patch First it was the Orange Line cars, now it's the Green Line. They're heeere. Well, almost. On Wednesday at the MBTA's Riverside station Gov. Charlie Baker and a bevy of who's who toured the first of th…

Still paying full retail for downtown parking? The car next to you might be getting a better deal » Boston Globe

Handicapped Parking Permits Come With A Long Wait In Western Massachusetts » New England Public Radio In his Pelham, Massachusetts, home, Peter Acker tried to maneuver down his basement stairs. He's on crutches after injuring his knee this spring -- and hurting it again recently. …

Coming Very Soon: Shiny New Green Line Trains » Boston Magazine They aren’t a panacea for all the MBTA’s woes, of course, but it sure does feel good to see some slick, shiny, new-and-improved train cars hitting the tracks. And according to the MBTA, …

Utilities

Massachusetts Senate passes net neutrality transparency bill » The Republican The Massachusetts Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a bill that would require internet service providers to provide more transparency related to net neutrality and consumer privacy.…

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Former airport contractor cited for wage law violations » Berkshire Eagle

GOP Senate hopefuls do the Trump squirm » Commonwealth Magazine

Bonnie MacCracken: Cites Mindy Domb for constituent services » Amherst Bulletin

Attorney General Pressures National Grid After Fall Wind Storm » Brookline Patch

My Turn: Jo Comerford is extraordinary » The Greenfield Recorder

Baker-Polito Administration Funds Solar Projects for Low Income Residents » Cape Cod Today

Tax equity concerns swirl around advancing benefits district bill » State House News Service

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The Week In Review

New laws enacted this week:

HB 4618 - An Act relative to polling places in the city of Attleboro

HB 4431 - An Act authorizing the town of Holliston to convert a license for the sale of wine and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises to a license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises

HB 4249 - An Act Authorizing the City of Newburyport to hold a special election for the purpose of accepting the terms of Clause 41C ½ of Section 5 Chapter 59 of the Massachusetts General Laws

HB 4197 - An Act authorizing the town of Boylston to convey a certain parcel of land

SB 1131 - An Act relative to the charter of the town of Sutton

HB 2423 - An Act relative to the charter of the town of Eastham

HB 2515 - An Act relative to disability benefits

SB 2572 - An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Norma Jean Silva, an employee of the Trial Court of the Commonwealth

HB 4484 - An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Barbara Harrington, an employee of the Department of State Police

HB 4447 - An Act increasing the annual compensation of the Peabody Municipal Light Plant commissioners

HB 4369 - An Act relative to the tenure of office of the city clerk of the city of Revere

Most read bills of the week:

HB4756 - An Act to increase renewable energy and reduce high-cost peak hours

HB4800 - An Act making appropriations for fiscal year 2019

HB4758 - An Act making appropriations for fiscal year 2018 to provide for supplementing certain existing appropriations and for certain other activities and projects

SB2608 - An Act to promote a clean energy future

HB4613 - An Act promoting climate change adaptation, environmental and natural resource protection, and investment in recreational assets and opportunity

SB2591 - An Act promoting climate change adaptation, environmental and natural resource protection, and investment in recreational assets and opportunity

HB4401 - An Act making appropriations for fiscal year 2019

HB4725 - An Act for prevention and access to appropriate care and treatment of addiction

HB4732 - An Act relative to economic development in the commonwealth

HB4639 - An Act establishing the Honorable Peter V. Kocot Act to enhance access to high quality, affordable and transparent healthcare in the Commonwealth

House Actions This Week: 814

Senate Actions This Week: 380


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