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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

Must-Reads

Both branches on record for Aug. 11-12 sales tax holiday » State House News Service A two-day break from the 6.25 percent state sales tax, scheduled for three and a half weeks from now, moved a step closer to reality Wednesday as the Senate voted to back the idea.…

Chandler sets stage for historic Senate handoff to Spilka » State House News Service Senate President Harriette Chandler, who stewarded the Senate over the past eight months through one of its most turbulent periods in recent history, paid tribute to her colleagues and the institution…

Benefit district cosponsor Jones sees "serious concerns" » State House News Service Recent controversy over legislation that would allow local organizations to levy fees on property owners to improve their neighborhoods has led the leader of the House Republican caucus to question hi…

Judge allows emoluments case against Trump to move forward » ABC News A lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of violating a constitutional clause that prohibits elected officials from doing business with foreign governments can move forward, a federal judge wrote Wed…

In the end, L'Italien could be outfoxed by media's faux pas » The Lowell Sun State Sen. Barbara L'Italien certainly believes she scored a major political coup on Monday by hoodwinking some Fox News hosts into thinking they were about to interview an Arizona Democratic congress…

More female candidates mean tough choices for women’s groups » Boston Globe When the National Women’s Political Caucus endorsed state Senator Barbara L’Italien for the Third Congressional District last week, it bypassed four others: Alexandra Chandler, Bopha Mal…

Indictments. Scandal. Power struggles. As new Senate president, Spilka aims to ‘right the ship’ » Boston Globe After eight months of scandal, tumult, and legislators quitting in the middle of their terms, the state Senate will begin a new chapter Thursday, when Senator Karen E. Spilka, the chamber’s bud…

'The power of women is no longer a question': Massachusetts Senate President Harriette Chandler says farewell » MassLive BOSTON -- When Senate President Harriette Chandler, D-Worcester, was young, she was told repeatedly to stay at home with her children rather than go to graduate school or further her career. …

A note on internet use and the 2016 U.S. presidential election outcome » PLOS One “The internet may not have helped elect Donald Trump after all” ... Trump did better than his predecessors among the demographic groups least likely to be online, and actually underperform…

Lawmaker withdraws amendment restoring Sunday time-and-a-half pay » MassLive "After speaking to my colleagues and workers' rights advocates, I believe that it is better to address this issue next session," Eldridge said. …

What The Rise Of Kamala Harris Tells Us About The Democratic Party » FiveThirtyEight Whatever happens later, the rise of Harris and her viability for 2020 tell us something about American politics right now: We are in the midst of an intense partisan and ideological battle over cultur…

"I consider myself to some extent an improbable senator, let alone senate president. This isn't something I ever planned on doing. And I've come to deeply love the Senate and the work that I do,"

Senator Karen Spilka

Reflecting on her career in Massachusetts politics.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Markey: We know more about Trump's talks with Cohen than with Putin » The Hill Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey (D) on Wednesday slammed President Trump over the secrecy of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, remarking that the American public knows more about the pre…

Business

News Brief: Otis liquor license petition lands on Baker’s desk » the Berkshire edge On Tuesday, Sen. Adam G. Hinds, D-Pittsfield, and Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli, D-Lenox, jointly announced that H.4622, “An Act relative to the sale of alcoholic beverages in the…

'Today' show's Al Roker gives nod to The Eagle for 'Walk Across Massachusetts' story » The Berkshire Eagle The "Today" show's Al Roker gave kudos Tuesday to The Berkshire Eagle for a story he picked up on B.J. Hill, whose "Walk Across Massachusetts" began in Williamstown on July 4. …

Lawmakers pass new consumer protection regulations after Equifax, other credit breaches » The Republican In the wake of data breaches at major companies, including the credit monitoring service Equifax, Massachusetts is poised to adopt new regulations to protect consumers.…

Deal Struck To Protest Consumers Hurt By Data Breaches » WBUR A compromise bill filed Tuesday by a House-Senate conference committee would afford Massachusetts residents a year and a half of free credit monitoring services if their personal data and Social Secur…

Braintree board OKs Amazon shipping center, despite traffic worries » Boston Globe Braintree officials have cleared the way for an Amazon delivery center to open, despite concerns about traffic.…

Please don’t let Eastie become Southie, residents say » Boston Globe

Community benefit districts facing headwinds » Commonwealth Magazine RECENT CONTROVERSY over legislation that would allow local organizations to levy fees on property owners to improve their neighborhoods has led the leader of the House Republican caucus to question hi…

Democrats press Trump for tariff relief for fishing industry » The Associated Press (AP) Democratic members of Congress are pressing the Trump administration for compensation for fishermen hit with losses as a result of President Donald Trump’s escalating trade disputes with China …

Galvin: Make benefit districts subject to public records law » State House News Service

Civil Rights

The Owner of The Tannery Is Accused of Discrimination » Boston Magazine Sam Hassan, owner of the upscale Boston shoe store The Tannery, has been accused by Attorney General Maura Healey’s office of discrimination on at least two occasions targeting people of color.…

NASTY Women Act Allows 175-Year Old Abortion Ban To Be Broken » The Western Journal Massachusetts lawmakers have acted to ensure that no matter what the Supreme Court rules, abortion will not be banned in their state.…

Massachusetts Passes NASTY Women Act To Repeal Archaic Abortion Ban » The Huffington Post Massachusetts moved to pre-emptively protect the right to abortion in the state by passing a bill to repeal a series of decades-old laws dating back almost 200 years that criminalized abortion and pre…

Education

Maybe busing isn’t the (only) problem » Commonwealth Magazine School busing in Boston is a four-letter word, a phrase often spewed as a profanity whenever the subject of the city’s schools comes up in conversations, which is to say all the time.…

State legislature passes civics education bill, local educators on board with idea » The Sun Chronicle State Sen. Marc Pacheco has been a Massachusetts lawmaker for 30 years, but increasingly, he said, citizens do not seem to know the difference between a state legislator like him and a member of the U…

Town receives $9M for Ch. 70 » Wilmington Town Crier Senator Jason Lewis, Senator Patricia Jehlen and Representative Michael Day announce that the recently passed state budget includes major investments in the Town of Winchester and its fiscal prioritie…

Civics requirement, projects featured in compromise bill » The Lowell Sun Civics education would become more prominent in public schools across Massachusetts, under a bill filed Tuesday night by negotiators.…

Legislature considers high school civics requirement » The Metro West Daily News Civics education would become more prominent in public schools across Massachusetts, under a bill filed Tuesday night by negotiators.…

Now with surplus funds, Brockton re-hiring teachers » The Enterprise The Brockton School Committee voted on Tuesday night to hire back 14 employees, with the expectation that they will be 12 teachers and two guidance counselors. Before making the decision, there were 4…

Legislature restores funding for studying alternatives to MCAS » The Sun Chronicle The on-again, off-again funding for school districts, including Attleboro, that have been studying alternatives to MCAS testing is back on again -- unless Gov. Charlie Baker vetoes it.…

Environment

Massachusetts gives Dartmouth $233K for clean energy projects » South Coast Today The Baker-Polito administration awarded $14,798,596 in Green Communities competitive grants to 80 cities and towns across Massachusetts, including Dartmouth, to fund clean energy projects.…

Dennis to Receive $125,500 to Establish Regional Glass-Crushing Operation » Cape Cod Today In an effort to help communities fill a gap in the glass recycling market, the Baker-Polito Administration today awarded a total of $257,000 to the towns of Dennis and Groton to support their developm…

Gaming

Mashpee tribe, Interior official and opponents weigh in on reservation land bill » Cape Cod Times The U.S Department of the Interior on Tuesday took no position during a congressional hearing on legislation that would secure the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s reservation lands despite indication…

Brockton-Taunton casino battle being fought on 2 fronts » The Enterprise Wampanoag tribe chairman testified Tuesday on Capitol Hill while state gaming board will consider Mass Gaming & Entertainment’s petition to re-open Brockton bid on Thursday.…

Gaming commission to rekindle southeast casino talks in September » State House News Service

Health Care

Experimental Alzheimer’s drug significantly slowed patients’ cognitive decline, buoying hopes for treatment » STAT News An investigational Alzheimer’s drug significantly slowed patients’ cognitive decline in a large clinical trial, unexpected and unprecedented results that could move the treatment’…

Housing

Massachusetts communities just got $57 million for affordable housing. Here's what your town received. » The Republican $57 million in direct subsidies will go towards developing or renovating 19 projects throughout Massachusetts. It will also be allocating $33 million in tax credits to support creation and preservatio…

Baker-Polito Administration Announces State Support For Robert Hill Way Project in Ashland » Framingham Source Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker today, July 25, announced this year’s affordable rental housing awards, which will provide $57 million in direct subsidies for 19 projects to fund the devel…

Massachusetts home prices set new record » Boston Globe The median price for a single-family home reached an all-time high of $430,000 in June, as the spring real estate season transitioned into summer, according to a report Wednesday from the Massachusett…

Hundreds apply for few affordable units in Quincy » Patriot Ledger As hundreds of new luxury apartments sprout up, rents are on the rise and low- and middle-income residents are fighting for the few affordable apartments available.…

Human Services

Polito sees sheriff's summer camp for kids as a model » The Eagle Tribune Standing with a group of local kids, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito knew how to speak “Fortnite.”…

Immigration

Immigrant activists keep pressure, focus on Mass. House » Sentinel & Enterprise Demonstrators from community and faith-based groups returned to the State House less than a week after lawmakers passed a budget that did not include immigration enforcement measures they'd pushed for…

Judiciary

Lawmakers move to repeal Valor Act » Boston Globe Legislative leaders moved Wednesday to repeal the state’s controversial Valor Act and replace it with a far more narrow measure intended to close loopholes that allowed some veterans to avoid c…

Holyoke attorney Francis Flannery nominated to be Superior Court judge » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday nominated Francis Flannery, of Holyoke, to be a Superior Court judge.…

Gov. Baker nominates local attorney for superior court bench » Gazette Net An attorney with a Southampton law firm who previously served as an assistant district attorney for the Northwestern District Attorney’s office is being nominated to serve on the Massachusetts …

Labor

Lawmaker withdraws amendment restoring Sunday time-and-a-half pay » The Republican Massachusetts lawmakers will not reconsider whether to restore time-and-a-half pay on Sunday. …

Massachusetts state labor office accidentally exposes private information of company's employees to another company » The Republican The Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development accidentally sent the names and Social Security numbers of 734 employees of one company to a different company that they did not w…

CLASS workers plan to resume strike on Monday » The Eagle Tribune Workers at CLASS Inc., a nonprofit agency that provides day care and training for people with disabilities, have voted to resume their strike for better wages and working conditions.…

Last-minute move in Senate keeps noncompete bill alive » Boston Globe Many lobbyists figured that legislation limiting noncompete contracts was doomed again on Beacon Hill this go-around.…

Former Worcester student making mark in Washington on unpaid internships issue » Worcester Telegram Working as an intern in Washington, D.C., Guillermo Creamer Jr. rubbed shoulders with some of the country’s most important movers and shakers in government. But when it came time to pay the bil…

Locked-out workers, National Grid will meet today » Boston Herald National Grid officials and representatives of two unions of more than 1,000 workers locked out of their jobs will meet today at the bargaining table to iron out contract disputes including health ca…

In Mass., biggest job-creators aren't just the usual suspects » Boston Business Journal

Legislative

'The power of women is no longer a question': Massachusetts Senate President Harriette Chandler says farewell » MassLive When Senate President Harriette Chandler, D-Worcester, was young, she was told repeatedly to stay at home with her children rather than go to graduate school or further her career.…

Spilka seizes opportunity to become Senate president » The Metro West Daily News When she graduated from Cornell University with a degree in social work in 1975, Karen Spilka moved to the Bay State not knowing anyone.…

Identification of witnesses in Bryon Hefner case now up to judge » Boston Herald A judge is considering an effort by prosecutors to learn the secret identities of witnesses who cooperated with a Beacon Hill investigation into former Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg, saying th…

Local Government

Wilbraham selectmen hold public hearing on raising smoking age to 21; vote expected next month » The Republican Selectmen at Monday's meeting convened a public hearing on proposed regulations that include increasing to 21 the legal age to purchase tobacco products in town -- an action that was well received by …

Lewis and Brodeur Secure Funding For Wakefield Priorities » Salem Patch Senator Jason Lewis and Representative Paul Brodeur are pleased that the recently passed state budget includes major investments in the Town of Wakefield and its fiscal priorities.…

Marijuana

Nearly $8 million budget for Massachusetts marijuana oversight board includes over 40 full-timers » The Republican The full-time staff of the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission will increase to over 40 from the previous 26 thanks to $4.4 million in personnel spending in the new state budget, a spokeswoman s…

Job fair planned for emerging Mass. cannabis industry » Boston Business Journal The Massachusetts cannabis industry could create around 19,300 full-time equivalent jobs, according to data from the Marijuana Policy Group. A cannabis job fair scheduled for Wednesday evening aims to…

Opinion

Mass TLC supports a half-baked awards process, once again » Boston Globe Last week, the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, the largest and most powerful technology association in New England, announced the finalists for its annual awards, to be given at a gala th…

Viewpoint: Toll discount program better than standing still » Boston Business Journal The budget that legislators recently sent to Gov. Charlie Baker contains a pilot program to test out tolling discounts as an incentive to drive during off-peak hours. It's worth a try.…

Editorial: Legislature advances public health in state » Gazette Net Legislators took two important steps last week toward improving public health in Massachusetts by approving raising the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21, and closing the loophole exempt…

What does abortion have to do with being secretary of state in Massachusetts? » Boston Globe So, the hot issue in the Democratic primary fight for secretary of state in Massachusetts is going to be — abortion rights?…

Trump’s bid to silence dissent violates spirit of First Amendment » Boston Globe President Trump recently threatened to strip the security clearances of top former government officials who criticized his performance at Helsinki with regard to Russian president Vladimir Putin. Were…

Women's reproductive rights under attack by Washington (guest viewpoint by Mass. Senate President Harriette Chandler and Sen. Jim Welch) » MassLive Women's reproductive rights and access to healthcare services are under attack from Washington. Unfortunately, this is nothing new; women have been fighting for their rights for generations. And they …

MA solar hurting, needs legislative help » Commonwealth Magazine AT THE END OF THIS MONTH, Massachusetts legislators will break for the remainder of the summer. That leaves just a couple days for them to act on key bills that could bring thousands of jobs back to t…

Politics

Seventh Congressional district: Meet incumbent candidate Mike Capuano » Wicked Local Cambridge Rep. Mike Capuano is a progressive fighter who stands up to Donald Trump, and fights for working families. Endorsed by leaders like Mayor Marty Walsh, Gov. Deval Patrick, and civil rights icon Congres…

Third Congressional district: Meet candidate Juana Matias » Wicked Local Concord Rep. Juana Matias has dedicated her career to serving the Third District – as a caseworker, a legal advocate, and, currently, a state representative. Juana attended Haverhill’s public sc…

Democratic state senate candidates talk transportation, health care in New Salem » Gazette Net Representing a range of backgrounds, experience and expertise, five Democratic candidates for the state Senate seat left vacant by Stan Rosenberg met with voters Tuesday evening.…

Congressional candidates discuss federal minimum wage, renewable energy at forum » The Metro West Daily News The 10 Democratic candidates vying to represent the 3rd District in Congress made their case during a forum Tuesday at the Hudson Portuguese Club.…

Congressional Candidate Juana Matias Unveils Healthcare Policy Proposal » The Valley Patriot Juana Matias, State Representative and candidate for Congress in Massachusetts’ Third Congressional District, today unveiled her comprehensive health care policy plan. The plan includes innovat…

Deadline to register for primary is Aug. 15 » Worcester Telegram The state primary is Tuesday, Sept. 4, and there are several local contests.…

Governor's Council candidates spar verbally at Arlington debate » The Metro West Daily News In the Sept. 4 primary, residents are tasked with selecting candidates for the Governor's Council.…

Poll: Charlie Baker remains nation's most popular governor » The Republican With less than four months to go before Election Day, Gov. Charlie Baker remains the most popular governor in America, according to a poll released Wednesday by Morning Consult. …

Third Congressional district: Meet candidate Rufus Gifford » Wicked Local Stow Rufus Gifford served as U.S. Ambassador to Denmark from 2013-2017, the culmination of 10 years serving as a senior aide to President Barack Obama. As Ambassador, he led efforts to address climate chan…

3rd District Dems battle in a frantic and cagey forum » Sentinel & Enterprise All 10 Democrats in the 3rd Congressional District crammed onto a community center stage Monday night, so close their elbows were touching, for a forum that was crowded, rushed, and, at points, strang…

Poll: Most voters approve of Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey's work in Congress » The Republican With the 2018 election just months away, a majority of Massachusetts voters say they approve of the work their two U.S. senators are doing on Capitol Hill, according to a new poll.…

Beth Lindstrom Says She Has The Best Chance Of Beating Warren, But 'Don't Vote For Me Because I'm A Woman' » WGBH Former Massachusetts state official and Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Beth Lindstrom suggested that her gender may give her the best chance of beating U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in the general …

Attleboro Mayor Explains Side Gig as RT's Middle East Expert » NECN In Attleboro, Massachusetts, most people know Paul Heroux as the mayor or their former three-term state representative. But for Russians who watch RT, the state-funded Russian TV station, Heroux is a …

Public Health

Maura Healey fires up e-cigs battle » Boston Herald Attorney General Maura Healey is going after the e-cigarette industry for reviving tactics from Big Tobacco’s marketing playbook to hook kids on the products and make them lifetime customers.…

State appeals shock treatment court ruling » Sentinel & Enterprise Healey's office began the process of appealing a judge's findings that allow the continued use of "aversive" therapies by the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center (JRC), a residential facility in Canton…

Public Safety

Fifth Mass. State Police trooper charged in overtime abuse scandal pleads not guilty » The Republican Daren DeJong, the fifth current or retired Massachusetts State Police trooper charged as part of a federal investigation into alleged overtime abuse, pleaded not guilty in South Boston Wednesday.…

Massachusetts State Trooper Daren DeJong was paid for 187 hours of no-show overtime in 2016, authorities say » The Republican Former Massachusetts State Trooper Daren DeJong was allegedly paid for at least 187.5 hours of overtime he failed to work in 2016, according to a criminal complaint unsealed today in Boston federal co…

Governor Baker Signs Bill Funding Municipal Police Training » Framingham Source Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker today, July 25, signed H. 4516, An Act relative to the municipal police training fund, which will allow the Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC) to conduct a…

Inmates refused to eat prepared meals at Bristol County House of Corrections » South Coast Today Nearly 250 inmates skipped at least one prepared meal to protest conditions at the Bristol County House of Corrections, Sheriff Thomas Hodgson confirmed Wednesday.…

New fee for police training signed into law » State House News Service A new $2 fee on rental car contracts will help police recruits and veteran officers learn the latest techniques under a law that Gov. Charlie Baker said pays homage to law enforcement killed in the li…

Wide gap in Boston's homicide clearance rates draws questions » Boston Globe Monalisa Smith, founder of Mothers for Justice and Equality in Roxbury, says the question is always there for people of color who have lost a loved one to violence in Boston but have never seen anyone…

Campbell wants probe of police contracts » The Eagle Tribune State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell is calling for a state investigation into Methuen's police contracts.…

State Finance

DeLeo expecting Baker to sign budget Thursday » The Metro West Daily News Gov. Charlie Baker could sign the $41.9 billion state budget bill on his desk by Thursday, according to House Speaker Robert DeLeo, which could allow the Legislature to begin overriding any budget vet…

Massachusetts finally set to get signed state budget » State House News Service

State Government

Following Russian hacker indictment, a look at Massachusetts' election security » The Metro West Daily News

Transportation

Baker Veto Threat Targets Popular Toll Discount Program » WBUR The long-delayed state budget, which Gov. Charlie Baker could sign Thursday, includes a pilot program to study the effect of offering toll discounts during off-peak hours of traffic. …

Cambridge is unhappy that Bird scooters came to roost without warning » Boston Globe Cambridge officials on Tuesday reached out directly to representatives at Bird — the California-based electric scooter company that arrived unannounced last week and placed a flock of its renta…

That gas tax idea floated for Great Barrington? It hit a roadblock in Boston » Berkshire Eagle It's a familiar story: There are more roads and bridges in need of repair than there is money to fix them. …

Those Signs On The Highway Aren't About Impending Doom, Just Comm. Ave. Construction » WBUR "It's coming, it's bad" is not referring to the Apocalypse, but to upcoming construction on Commonwealth Avenue by the BU Bridge.…

Secret scooter rollout angers Cambridge, Somerville » Boston Herald The company behind the controversial electric rental scooters that appeared out of nowhere last week in Cambridge and Somerville is operating illegally, Cambridge told the company in a letter this wee…

Utilities

Nuclear Decommissioning Panel Sends Recommendations to Gov. Baker » Cape Cod Online The Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel issued its 2018 annual report to Governor Charlie Baker regarding the upcoming shut down of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.…

National Grid lockout causing headaches for customers » Boston Globe A month after National Grid locked out 1,250 workers over a contract dispute, residents in need of gas work are experiencing significant delays.…

3 utilities seek $426m for negotiating hydro contracts » Commonwealth Magazine THE THREE UTILITIES that negotiated hydro-electricity contracts on behalf of the state are seeking compensation equal to 2.75 percent of the deal, a total of nearly $426 million over 20 years or an av…

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Press Releases

Partners HealthCare Launches New Center of Excellence » Partners Healthcare

How Can a 'Biological Opinion' Help North Atlantic Right Whales? » Conservation Law Foundation

Cleantech Open Northeast Accelerator Program Awards 2018’s Top Cleantech and Energy Startups » Northeast Clean Energy Council

U.S. SETS NEW RECORD FOR OIL PRODUCTION IN SEPTEMBER MEETING VIRTUALLY ALL GLOBAL DEMAND GROWTH » Mass. Petroleum Council

MassDOT Commits Funds to Help Amtrak Improve Longmeadow Railroad Crossing » MassDOT

How Small Businesses Can Sell Products on Amazon » National Federation of Independent Business

More than Two Dozen NFIB Members Are Running for Office Across the Country » National Federation of Independent Business

Lt. Governor Polito Hosts Roundtable on Dangerousness » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

Baker-Polito Administration Further Expands Access to Opioid Reversal Medication » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

Warren, Markey Query Columbia Gas On Uninhabitable Homes Following Merrimack Valley Disaster » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Senator Markey Commends MassDOT Commitment to Help Amtrak Improve Longmeadow Railroad Crossing » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Senator Markey Urges FDA to Deny Approval of Powerful Opioid Dsuvia, Cites Warning of Committee Chair » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Senators Press for Full Disclosure of Trump Family Business Ties to Saudi Arabia » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Bipartisan Legislation Introduced Suspending Military Aid & Sales to Saudi Government following Khashoggi Disappearance » Congressman Jim McGovern

McGovern Statement on Apparent Murder of Jamal Khashoggi » Congressman Jim McGovern

Educators' Voices Are Influential on Ballot Questions » Massachusetts Teachers Association

CLIMATE CHANGE WILL COST LOCAL BREWERIES, WINERIES » Climate Action Business Association


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