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Today on Beacon Hill

10:00am Joint Committee on Education, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

6:00pm Worcester County Register of Deeds Candidate Kate Campanale's Summer Social

7:00pm 3rd Congressional District Candidate Forum, Harvey Wheeler Community Center, 1276 Main Street, Concord

Birthdays: Senator Kathleen O'Connor Ives

Must-Reads

Michael Capuano and Ayanna Pressley: What’s the difference? » Boston Globe It is the question many Democrats seem to be asking as they size up Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley’s primary challenge to Representative Michael Capuano. …

A biennial tradition: Beacon Hill lawmakers’ mad scramble » Boston Globe They chould change what you pay for an Airbnb. They could alter the state’s health care industry. And they could add requirements for high school students and thousands of people to Massachuset…

Donald Trump’s Approval Rating Inches Higher, Buoyed by Republican Support » The Wall Street Journal In the latest WSJ/NBC News poll, the president’s job approval rose to 45% but remains among the lowest of any modern president at this point his first term …

Climate change is finally getting political cred with Republicans » Axios Climate change is starting to become a political worry for some Republicans. …

Leader of the Persistence » New York Magazine Elizabeth Warren’s full-body fight to defeat Trump. …

Maggie Haberman: Why I Needed to Pull Back From Twitter » New York Times I woke up last Sunday morning feeling anxiety in my chest as I checked the Twitter app on my phone, scrolling down to refresh, refresh, refresh. There was a comment I started to engage with — I…

The hottest race on the ballot? In Trump’s America, that may be secretary of state » Boston Globe Races for secretary of state across the country have historically not been the most interesting on the ballot. The office typically manages the state’s administration, and so the campaign issue…

“I just view these jobs as so much more dangerous than other lines of work that I think the standard on it should be very high,” Baker said. “I certainly do support the death penalty for people who kill a police officer, for a lot of reasons.”

Governor Charlie Baker

On the safety of police after the murder of Weymouth police Sgt. Michael Chesna.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Leader of the Persistence » The Cut It was unremittingly hot at the farm in Natick, Massachusetts, where 1,500 people had gathered on the Sunday after the Fourth of July. …

Business

Boston-area companies bet on antibiotic development, even as big drug makers step back » STAT News S pero Therapeutics (SPRO), headquartered in Cambridge’s Central Square neighborhood, announced this week that two government agencies would give the company up to $54.2 million to continue dev…

'She-Village,' block of women-owned pop-up shops, opens in Seaport » Boston Business Journal The village is the latest Seaport project from Chestnut Hill-based WS Development, which is in the process of transforming 23 acres of waterfront land in the neighborhood into a mixed-use development.…

Crimes

Senator: Block 'bodyworks' sex trafficking loophole » Boston Herald State Sen. Mark Montigny, a top anti-sex trafficking crusader on Beacon Hill for more than a decade, is urging House members to finally back his bill that helps target sex trafficking of women and gir…

State closes ‘bodyworks loophole,’ adding oversight » Gazette Net In February 2017, four people accused of running sex-trafficking rings in the region, with associations to massage parlors in Northampton and Hadley, were indicted by a grand jury.…

Education

With more funding available, Central Mass. schools investing in security » Worcester Telegram In schools across Worcester, teachers will find a brand-new assortment of potentially useful supplies waiting for them when they return to work next month. But instead of staplers, pens and folders, …

In Maryland, lessons for UMass Boston » Boston Globe It is a humid weekday afternoon as calculus professor Bonny Tighe begins to solve equations at the front of the class. As she writes, she scolds. The class did not do well on the last quiz. The class …

Environment

Hundreds protest energy legislation on Beacon Hill » The Greenfield Recorder With less than two weeks remaining for the Legislature to act, clean energy advocates are pressuring a joint conference committee to act on a comprehensive energy package that would move in the direct…

Federal

Rep. McGovern joins conference committee to resolve House and Senate Farm Bills » Worcester Telegram With a focus on helping small and medium-sized farms as well as protecting nutritional programs that aid the poor, U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern, D-Worcester, said he was honored to be named to the conf…

Gaming

At Everett casino, some of the green will be outside » Boston Globe Pick just about any mature tree being installed around the Encore Boston Harbor casino and Patrick Chadwick, the hotel’s top plant guy, will have a story about how it got there.…

Brockton, Taunton battling for influence in Washington on casino issue » The Enterprise Mayors from the cities of Brockton and Taunton are both trying to influence federal lawmakers on a bill that would ensure sovereign tribal land for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. The tribe wants to op…

Saddle up for Lancaster horse racing? » Lowell Sun The owner of some of the country's most famous thoroughbred racetracks is considering building a track in north Lancaster, town officials said.…

Health Care

Protest in Boston Over Sackler Donations, Raimondo Continues to Refuse to Return $12k » GoLocalProv A group of approximately 100 staged a protest at Sackler Museum at Harvard -- the group comprised of medical students and community activists are opposed to Harvard accepting donations from the family…

Human Services

Caretaker registry bill advances to House » Lowell Sun 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…

Foster case highlights red tape, alleged bias in DCF office » Worcester Telegram Tara Rees knows kids. The longtime owner and director of Skribbles Learning Centers in Northboro, as well as parent to two teenage boys and former Fresh Air Fund host parent, she has dedicated her lif…

Immigration

Speaker: Massachusetts Communities Can Adopt Their Own Sanctuary Policies Without State Law » New Boston Post With activists furious about the failure of an immigration law enforcement measure, Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo expects the House will spend the coming months evaluating legislative optio…

Judiciary

Conservative plan, years in the making, is occurring as Trump fills federal bench » Boston Globe President Trump is not only poised to put his conservative imprint on the Supreme Court, but he’s restocking vacancies throughout lower US courts at a historic clip, ensuring a judicial legacy …

North Attleboro woman nominated for district court judgeship » The Sun Chronicle A local resident who is a former Norfolk County prosecutor and is currently an assistant clerk magistrate has been nominated to be a district court judge.…

Labor

DW Focus AG Recovers $170K in Wages From Methuen Paver Who Failed to Pay Overtime » WHAV Attorney General Maura Healey’s office said Friday that it has recovered more than $170,000 in wage restitution and penalties from a Methuen paving company that violated the Massachusetts overt…

Legislative

Massachusetts Legislature sends budget bill to Gov. Baker's desk » Taunton Gazette Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators and representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of July 16-20.…

Massachusetts will not be a sanctuary state anytime soon » Metro.us While individual cities across the commonwealth have pledged to protect immigrant communities, Massachusetts had yet to solidify itself as a sanctuary state. And now, legislators have taken a proposal…

Massachusetts Senate seeks to block prosecutors from accessing Byron Hefner records, witness identities » The Republican

Local Government

Bill would allow neighborhoods to raise money for improvements » The Sun Chronicle A bill passed by the Legislature would allow neighborhoods to form community benefit districts to impose fees on property owners for physical improvements or supplemental services.…

Greenfield Public Library celebrates $9.38M grant toward new building » The Greenfield Recorder Bustling with people in “friends of the library” T-shirts holding cups of lemonade and conversing with politicians, it wasn’t a normal Saturday afternoon at the Greenfield Public Li…

State budget includes funds for Springfield's Dr. Seuss museum, Community Music School, Forest Park zoo » The Republican The state budget for fiscal 2019 includes funds for three Springfield cultural institutions: the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, the Zoo in Forest Park and the Community Music School. …

DiDomenico Secures $2M for Charlestown in Bond Bill » Charlestown Bridge Sen. Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate recently passed H.4613, An Act promoting climate change adaptation, environmental and natural resource protection, and investment in …

Marijuana

Cannabis Control Commission on track to take over medical marijuana program » The Republican The Cannabis Control Commission, which is overseeing Massachusetts' recreational marijuana industry, is on track to take over the state's medical marijuana program by the end of the year, according to…

Massachusetts Lawmakers Look to Address Hidden Costs of Marijuana Business » NBC Boston Two state lawmakers said in a letter that cities and towns across Massachusetts are making agreements with marijuana shop owners that discourage the growth of legal marijuana businesses and make it mo…

Slow Rollout of Pot Sales Clouds Marijuana Tax Forecast » US News and World Report The Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation says the slow rollout of recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts casts doubt on projected state revenue from cannabis taxes.…

Opinion

Our Opinion: 'Citizenship question' has no place on ballot » Berkshire Eagle The 2020 census, the decennial headcount of all persons living within the United States, looms ever closer. Along with it come accusations that the Trump administration is trying to skew the results b…

Should the law be based on luck? » Boston Globe The Supreme Court doesn’t think so. In its 1978 decision in United States v. Grayson, the court affirmed that a “foundation stone in our system of law, and particularly in our approach to…

Editorial: Disappointing election decisions by SJC » Gazette Net We are disappointed by two recent decisions by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court affecting voters.…

When outrage is all the rage, progressive politics suffer » Boston Globe THERE’S BEEN SOME truly alarming news lately. Did you hear, for example, that Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, had an actual, literal, real-life Nazi working for it? A Nazi!…

Good health reforms for Massachusetts — and one big disagreement » Boston Globe A FRAMEWORK FOR TELEMEDICINE, price transparency for pharmaceuticals, better online information about provider networks, consumer protection against surprise billing: None of those wonky health care r…

Editorial: Baker's next step to protect children - Budget amendment adding fifth juvenile court judge must be approved » Worcester Telegram While the eyes of the nation and world are focused on the plight of those children separated from their parents along the southwest border, there’s a group of children right here in Worcester …

Viewpoint: Mass. health care legislation must contain costs for employers, consumers » Boston Business Journal To date, the efforts put forward by the House and Senate have failed to contain health care costs, and, if significant changes are not made to the bills currently in conference committee, employers an…

Beacon Hill hits the home stretch, but work remains » Boston Globe As usual, the looming end of the legislative session means triage time on Beacon Hill. Good proposals are in danger of falling by the wayside as legislators focus on what many of them view as more pre…

Why Democrats should hope Roe v. Wade is overruled » Boston Globe THE PROSPECT OF Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court is, for abortion-rights advocates, the nightmare scenario: the entrenchment of a fifth vote to overrule Roe v. Wade and open the door to banning ab…

For Trump, truth is just another rule made to be broken » Boston Globe WRITE A BIOGRAPHY of Donald Trump, and the question, posed by TV anchors, friends, and absolute strangers, comes almost every day: “Why does the president lie so much?”…

Carr: Governor denies knowing of Pike spike, folks » Boston Herald Tall Deval was busted. Does anyone seriously believe that Gov. Charlie Baker didn’t know the state budget contained a provision for a “pilot program” to roll out surge pricing for r…

Some Trump ideas worth stealing » Boston Globe ONE DREAMS OF THE TIME when Trumpismo will be in our rear view mirror. So much not to miss: the ravaging insecurity of our chief executive; the gratuitous abasement of friends and allies; the vulgarit…

GUEST OP: Trump’s SNAP plan latest effort to target most vulnerable » The Herald News Nearly 10 percent of Massachusetts residents struggle with food insecurity. Hunger-fighting programs, like SNAP (formerly known as the food stamp program), help families put meals on the table. The pr…

LETTER: Protect bees from danger of neonicotinoids » Milford Daily News I’d like to thank the Metrowest Daily News for running the article “A possible threat to the food we eat” (July 9). It’s important to recognize the role that pollinators play…

Our Opinion: Valuable county projects make the budget cut » Berkshire Eagle The legislative haggling, horse-trading, compromising and tough choices that won Massachusetts the dubious distinction of being the last state to pass a budget are finally over. After a protracted per…

Automatic Voter Registration - Editorial » Cape News Automatic voter registration recently passed in the state Senate by a 38-0 vote. The House approved the bill in June by a 131-20 vote. There is a lot of support for this measure. It now needs final ap…

Letter: State legislators should do their budgeting jobs on time » Worcester Telegram Perhaps the warm weather and long days of summer signal the beginning of the silly season for politicians, especially in an election year. This may be traditional but should not be the reason to shirk…

S. Coast Rail is headed in wrong direction » Commonwealth Magazine THE CURRENT PROCESS for South Coast Rail is on the wrong track. The current solution—an interim option which avoids sensitive environmental areas—doesn’t please the city it runs t…

The waterfront is for all » Commonwealth Magazine WALKING ALONG THE Boston Harbor waterfront today, it is clear that the area has come a long way from the days when the harbor was an open sewer and an elevated highway cut off the water from the rest …

House, Senate health care bills fall short » Commonwealth Magazine Don't address price variation, could actually boost costs …

Mass. must lead on climate change » Commonwealth Magazine Price, or fee, on carbon pollution is the key …

Grateful to see DeLeo affirming fight for transgender rights » Boston Globe We thank House Speaker Robert DeLeo for his eloquent op-ed Upholding transgender rights (Opinion, July 16). We hope that public support from someone of his stature will help enhance the public’…

Housing legislation can innovate without trampling local decision-making » Boston Globe Dante Ramos missed the mark in his Jan. 19 op-ed “Give us more granny housing.” House Speaker Robert DeLeo deserves praise for passing major housing legislation throughout his career, incl…

Our view: Hospital deal needs more scrutiny » Gloucester Times

Politics

Democratic Candidate for Governor Lays Out His Vision » Vineyard Gazette With two months left until the state primary, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Massie held a forum with the Martha’s Vineyard Democrats at the Tisbury Senior Center Friday to lay out his …

Most Cape Republican leaders dodge questions about Trump » Cape Cod Times It was a particularly contentious week in Washington, even by President Trump’s standards.…

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Lindstrom gets taste of MetroWest gridlock » Milford Daily News Republican U.S. Senate candidate Beth Lindstrom and her staff got an up-close-and-personal experience with the region’s crowded “Golden Triangle” and all things MetroWest traffic du…

This Mass. mayor moonlights as a ‘Middle East expert’ on Russian state TV » Boston Globe In his day job, he warns residents about water main breaks, reminds them not to leave pets in hot cars, and worries about parking problems on Beagle Club Road.…

Some conservatives are fuming that Baker is too far left » Boston Globe He has signed a bill boosting the minimum wage to one of the highest in the nation and creating a paid leave program by raising taxes — and still others strengthening gun control, reforming the…

Jeff Sánchez, Jamaica Plain Democrat, is getting challenged from the ‘super left’ » Boston Globe Now that the $41 billion state budget has been sent to the governor’s desk, state Representative Jeff Sánchez, a Jamaica Plain Democrat who serves as the House’s fiscal chief, will fa…

Can This Progressive Woman of Color Pull Off an Ocasio-Cortez-Style Upset in Massachusetts? » The Intercept IN THE WEEKS since Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez‘s surprise victory in New York’s 14th District, the Democratic Party has been waking up to the possibility that a progressive wave could overtu…

Amatul-Wadud Hits Neal Over Campaign Contributions » New England Public Radio The underdog in a Democratic primary for a western Massachusetts congressional seat is accusing U.S. Representative Richard Neal of taking too much money from special interests.…

3rd District race brings in record fundraising » Lowell Sun Money continues to flow into the 3rd Congressional District race in record levels, with the field's total fundraising now ranking among the highest in the country.…

Warren talks 'pushing back' against Trump, GOP to overflow crowd at Great Barrington town hall meeting » Berkshire Eagle U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., spent her Sunday afternoon chatting with some friends — more than 1,000 of them.…

Geoff Diehl demands Liz Warren ’s stance on noncitizen voting rights » Boston Herald One of U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s opponents is calling on the state’s senior senator to take a position on whether she wants illegal immigrants to be able to vote.…

'Progressive' Plymouth County DA candidate fighting to get back on ballot » The Enterprise John E. Bradley, Jr. was taken off the ballot as an independent candidate for district attorney of Plymouth County, after a ruling from the State Ballot Law Commission stating that campaign documents …

Advocacy group wants blacks to boycott Faneuil Hall » Boston Globe An advocacy group that has been pushing to rename Faneuil Hall called this weekend for a black boycott of the building and Quincy Market, citing the namesake’s ties to slavery and human traffic…

City Coordinator Hired For Diehl For Senate Campaign » Peabody Patch Representative Geoff Diehl, the endorsed Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, announced that Bob Alessio of Marlborough joins the campaign as the city coordinator, announced the office of Geoff Diehl…

State and U.S. rep forums Monday in Concord » Lowell Sun Candidates running for state representative and for Congress will appear on stage Monday to discuss their views on critical issues with voters. Local branches of the League of Women Voters are hostin…

Public Health

Fiola helps secure $50K in state funds for Fall River opioid program » The Herald News State Rep. Carole Fiola joined members of Project Reconnect for an update on the program and to acknowledge the new vehicle volunteers will use during their weekly visits. Fiola filed and received an …

Opioid Task Force, Taunton State Hospital get nod in state budget » Taunton Gazette The state Legislature approved its nearly $42 billion budget from Beacon Hill on Wednesday, which included several Taunton and region-specific line items.…

Public Safety

Gov. Charlie Baker weighing new car rental fee to pay for police training » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker has until July 28 to decide whether he will sign a bill that will add a $2 fee to car rentals in order to pay for municipal police training.…

Police Commissioner William Evans to announce retirement » Boston Globe Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans will announce Monday that he is retiring from the department to take a job overseeing the police force at Boston College, according to several law enforceme…

State considers anti-addiction drugs for prisoners » The Eagle Tribune Prisoners locked up with their addictions to heroin and prescription drugs often face a painful withdrawal.…

Charlie Baker backs death penalty for cop killers, more police training » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker renewed his call for the death penalty for cop killers in the wake of Weymouth police Sgt. Michael Chesna’s murder in the line of duty a week ago, and said he will approve a …

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker backs renaming Fore River Bridge in Weymouth after Sgt. Michael Chesna » The Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is supporting an effort to re-name the Fore River Bridge between Quincy and Weymouth after fallen Sgt. Michael Chesna.…

State Finance

LYNN REAPS BENEFITS FROM $41.88 BILLION STATE BUDGET » Lynn Daily News Item The State House of Representatives and Senate’s approved $41.88 billion state budget includes a large amount of local aid for the city of Lynn. Included for Lynn is $166.37 million of Chapter 7…

State Government

AG Healey to Congress: Protect the integrity of our elections » Sampan

Transportation

Dr. Christian Menn, designer of Zakim Bridge, dies at 91 » Boston Globe When Christian Menn stepped into the Big Dig fray in 1991, the plan for a new bridge across the Charles River was ominously called Scheme Z — a curling sprawl of ramps and lanes that critics li…

Number of parking tickets issued in Boston spikes after fines go up » Boston Herald The city stepped up its parking enforcement when dramatically higher fines were introduced July 2, with nearly 2,000 more orange tickets slapped on the windshields of hapless drivers in the first 10 d…

State targets treacherous stretch of Route 6 » Cape Cod Times Within a year, state Department of Transportation officials expect to start work on a $1.2 million improvement to a 1-mile stretch of Route 6 in Truro.…

Massachusetts drivers who avoid rush hour could get toll discounts under pilot program » The Republican Whether you call it "congestion pricing" or "smart tolling," some drivers may soon be paying more for tolls than others, depending on what time of day they drive. The budget passed by the Legislature …

Can we outsmart traffic and parking woes? » Commonwealth Magazine Apps and congestion pricing latest attempts to aid drivers …

State earmarks $100,000 to further Berkshire Flyer planning » The Berkshire Eagle Funding to continue work on creation of the Berkshire Flyer, a regularly scheduled train trip from Pittsfield to Albany to New York City, is included in the state budget now on Gov. Charlie Baker's de…

Utilities

State Senate passes internet service providers bill » The Greenfield Recorder The state Senate this week unanimously approved a bill co-sponsored by Sen. Adam Hinds, D-Pittsfield, that would empower the Department of Telecommunications and Cable to act as a watchdog over intern…

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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 - 7/23

Birthdays: Senator Kathleen O'Connor Ives

10:00am Joint Committee on Education, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

6:00pm Worcester County Register of Deeds Candidate Kate Campanale's Summer Social

7:00pm 3rd Congressional District Candidate Forum, Harvey Wheeler Community Center, 1276 Main Street, Concord

Tuesday - 7/24

10:00am Department of Public Health Hearing, Public Health Council Room, 2nd Floor, 250 Washington Street, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

5:30pm An Evening with Attorney General Candidate Dan Shores

6:00pm State Rep. Candidate David Steinhof Campaign Kickoff

6:00pm Meet & Greet with State Rep. Candidate Allison Gustavson

7:00pm Poolside Meet & Greet with State Sen. Candidate Erin Calvo-Bacci

7:00pm 3rd Congressional District Candidate Debate, Hudson Portuguese Cluyb, 13 Port Street, Hudson

7:00pm Middlesex District Attorney & Governor's Council Candidate Debate, First Parish Unitarian Universalist, 630 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington

Wednesday - 7/25

Birthdays: Rep. Hannah Kane

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Constitutional Convention, Constitutional Convention

5:30pm Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Sean Costello

6:30pm 1st Hampshire State Representative Candidate Forum, The Deuce (World War II Club), 50 Conz Street, Northampton

7:00pm Meet & Greet and Wine Tasting with State Rep. Candidate Lori Lennon

7:00pm Freedom For All Massachusetts Cambridge Town Hall, Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge

Thursday - 7/26

8:00am Fundraiser for Rep. David Muradian

10:00am Community Development Block Grant Awards, Grand Staircase, State House, Boston

10:00am Joint Committee on Revenue, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Union Rights for Mass. Defenders Rally, State House, Boston

1:00pm Senate Session, Full Formal Session

5:00pm Summer Comedy Night for State Rep. Candidate Joe Truschelli

5:00pm Meet & Greet with Berkshire District Attorney Candidate Andrea Harrington

5:30pm Department of Agricultural Resources Public Hearing, Jones Library (lower level), 43 Amity Street, Amherst

6:00pm State Rep. Candidate Alison Demong Campaign Kickoff

6:30pm Methuen Meet & Greet with Congressional Candidate Lori Trahan

6:30pm 2nd Hampshire State Representative Candidate Forum, South Hadley Public Library, 2 Canal Street, South Hadley

7:30pm Meet & Greet with State Rep. Candidate Anne Landry

Friday - 7/27

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

5:30pm Fundraiser for Rep. Randy Hunt with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito


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