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Today on Beacon Hill

9:00am PRP Award Ceremony, Great Hall, State House, Boston

9:30am Executive Office of Health & Human Services Public Hearing, First Floor Conference Room, 100 Hancock Street, Quincy

11:00am Boston Superintendent Brenda Cassellius on 89.7 Boston Public Radio, WGBH Studios, 1 Guest Street, Brighton

12:00pm Executive Office of Health & Human Services Public Hearing, First Floor Conference Room, 100 Hancock Street, Quincy

1:00pm House Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Senate Session, Informal Session

6:00pm Mass. Republican House PAC Fundraiser with Gov. Charlie Baker

Must-Reads

Michlewitz Fundraiser Going Against Big DNC Gala » State House News Service Several Beacon Hill figures, along with one member of Congress and Boston city councilors, were billed as special guests at a holiday fundraiser for House Ways and Means Chairman Aaron Michlewitz Thur…

Alternatives To Gas Tax Pitched For Transpo Revenue » State House News Service Supporters of increasing fees on ride-hailing trips, expanding highway tolls, and charging drivers for every mile they travel made their cases to lawmakers Thursday, each pitching their respective pro…

Democrats woo Bullock for Senate. They’re over Beto. » Politico Senior party officials are eyeing the two failed presidential contenders quite differently as they try to win back the Senate.…

Things Aren’t Looking Great For The Violence Against Women Act » HUFFPOST Legislation to renew the landmark 1994 law has stalled in the Senate, where Republicans aren’t even united on their own bill.…

Labor market remained strong in November as U.S. economy added 266,000 jobs and jobless rate fell to 3.5 percent » Washington Post The United States added 266,000 jobs in November as the jobless rate decreased to 3.5 percent, the latest snapshot of an economy that appears to have slowed but stabilized in recent months.…

Straus on Pollack: “If She Didn’t Know, She Should Have” » State House News Service The House Transportation Committee chair said Wednesday that key players in the Baker administration should have noticed the Registry of Motor Vehicles was falling behind on public safety-related task…

Nonprofit grants for journalism are on the rise. So are potential conflicts of interest. » Boston Business Journal Two of the Boston area’s largest local news sources — WBUR and The Boston Globe — are getting hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants from the Boston-based Barr Foundation. It's bringing a ra…

State health officials link regulated cannabis products to vaping illnesses » Boston Business Journal According to data from the state Department of Public Health, health officials have interviewed 49 of the 90 confirmed and probable lung illnesses so far reported in Massachusetts. Of the interviewed …

Here's Where Impeachment Went off the Rails » Politico Magazine Eight experts on what’s gone so wrong with the Trump proceedings—and what America should do about it.…

With memes, videos, and quips, Bernie Sanders’ campaign uses Instagram to boost his appeal to young voters » Boston Globe The headline seemed damning: “Bernie Sanders Holds Secret Campaign Meeting With 15,000 Working-Class Democratic Donors.” But the story was just a joke on the satirical news site, The Onion, and th…

Lawmakers are plowing $1.5 billion more into education. How will they pay for it? Good question » Boston Globe To state officials and legislators, the new law pouring $1.5 billion in extra money into Massachusetts schools is not just transformative, it’s “unprecedented.” More commonplace is the answer to…

Warren Says Her Wealth Tax Would Pay For Needed Programs. Not Everyone Agrees » WBUR Time and again on the stump, Elizabeth Warren has said her proposed wealth tax is an overdue correction for inequities in the American economy, and will fund many new programs. Critics, including fell…

It’s time to clear a path through the political gridlock for a test of congestion pricing » Boston Globe If Boston moves ahead with congestion pricing, it’s going to need the state’s help, and you can already sense political gridlock setting in.…

“I believe Joe Biden is the president our country desperately needs right now, not because I’ve known Joe so long, but because I know Joe so well,” Mr. Kerry said in a statement. “I’ve never before seen the world more in need of someone who on Day 1 can begin the incredibly hard work of putting back together the world Donald Trump has smashed apart.”

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Endorsing Joe Biden for president.

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Beltway Politics

John Kerry endorses Joe Biden, saying US ‘desperately needs [him] right now’ » Boston Globe Former secretary of state John F. Kerry, the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, endorsed Joe Biden for president Thursday, saying the former vice president is the leader the country “desperately …

Elizabeth Warren dismisses John Kerry’s endorsement of Joe Biden, slams Pete Buttigieg in Boston » Boston Herald Elizabeth Warren claimed to be unfazed by former Secretary of State John Kerry’s endorsement of rival Joe Biden — the latest Massachusetts snub coming on the heels of erstwhile Warren backer Deval…

John Kerry snubs Elizabeth Warren with Biden endorsement » Boston Herald Maybe they’ll go windsurfing between pushup contests. Former Secretary of State John F. Kerry threw his weight behind Joe Biden’s 2020 bid yesterday in a well-coordinated rollout meant to give the…

Joe Battenfeld: Nancy Pelosi tries to wrap herself in the Declaration of Independence, fails » Boston Herald House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s silly, sanctimonious attempt to compare herself to the founding fathers fighting a tyrannical British monarch was gratuitous and grandiose even by Washington standards.…

Impeach the president » Boston Globe From the founding of this country, the power of the president was understood to have limits.…

Tinder users love including Elizabeth Warren in their bios more than any other presidential candidate » Insider Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren was the politician most-mentioned in Tinder bios this year, according to data newly revealed from the dating app.…

Bristol Sheriff Thomas Hodgson Tried to Score Points with Stephen Miller by Snitching on His Own Church » Boston Magazine The Trump fanboy has been sending constant flattering emails to the White House aide.…

John Kerry Endorses Joe Biden, Will Join Him In Iowa » WGBH Former Secretary of State John Kerry, who in 2004 won the Democratic nomination for president as a senator from Massachusetts, endorsed Joe Biden for president on Thursday, choosing to campaign for th…

Business

Company owner sentenced in 2016 Boston trench collapse that killed Brockton man » The Enterprise The owner of a plumbing company responsible for a trench collapse in 2016 that led to the death of two employees, including a man from Brockton, was sentenced Thursday to two years in jail.…

Cambridge Trust to acquire Wellesley Bank for $122M » Boston Business Journal Cambridge Trust Co.’s parent company has agreed to buy Wellesley Bank’s parent in an all-stock deal valued at approximately $122 million, snatching up a lender that local bankers have eyed for yea…

Here comes the neighborhood » Boston Globe Can Harvard University avoid turning its Allston campus into another generic, overpriced civic nullity like Kendall Square or worse, the Seaport District…

Endurance International Group sells menu company to TripAdvisor for $51M » Boston Business Journal Needham-based TripAdvisor Inc. has made its second acquisition this week in an effort to bolster the company's restaurant business unit.…

Warren Buffett offers up management advice to Boston business leaders » Boston Globe Wait for just the right pitch before swinging. Play the game on your terms. Look for the job you would take if you didn’t need a job. Drink lots of soda.…

Airbnb Purges More Than Half of Its Boston Listings » Wired Airbnb deactivated thousands of listings in Boston on Sunday to comply with a new city law, significantly shrinking its footprint in the area. Most of the listings advertised on the platform in Boston…

Vaping Business Roaring in New Hampshire [PHIL-OSOPHY] » WBSM Since September 24, when Governor Charlie Baker banned sales of nicotine and cannabis vaping products in Massachusetts, the business has mushroomed exponentially in New Hampshire and Maine. And along …

Disruption to go: Food and beverage startups are booming as Big Food seeks more innovation » Boston Business Journal Food and beverage science startups see a boom in business as appetite for innovation grows even as Big Food outsources research. And venture capital dollars are following.…

Herb Chambers LLC pays $18m for One Dalton condo » Commonwealth Magazine A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY with ties to car dealership czar Herb Chambers purchased a 5,453-square-foot condominium on the 59th floor of One Dalton Place for nearly $18 million, the latest bold face …

Civil Rights

Pushing Past Myths About Slavery's Deep, Small-Scale Roots In New England » New England Public Radio This year marks 400 years since the first enslaved Africans were brought to the Colony of Virginia. And while much history written about slavery in the U.S. focuses on the South, slavery was also prom…

Education

Review recommends Cambridge schools alter policies after use of N-word at a panel discussion » Boston Globe Cambridge school officials should consider several policy changes, including creating a student complaint form, after a white School Committee member used the N-word during a classroom discussion abou…

Tufts removes Sackler name from buildings, programs » Boston Globe Tufts University on Thursday became the first major university to strip the Sackler name from buildings and programs, after months-long conversations and a report that censured the school for its rela…

Time for action in Boston Public Schools » The Bay State Banner Like any parent, when my son Alexander is not feeling well, I take his temperature. I get the information I need and then I take action to make him well. Could you imagine if your child was feeling si…

Boston Schools Cut Ties With Volunteer-Led Youth Orchestra Program » WBUR Boston Public Schools has ended an after-school youth orchestra program run by an outside volunteer.…

Opinion: Decades of courageous organizing led way to the education equity law » Dorchester Reporter By State Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz. Last week, I stood in a packed gymnasium at English High School right here in Boston and watched Governor Baker as he signed a nation-leading education funding equi…

Hennessey School Principal Quiles Joins Northern Essex Community College Trustees » Shalimar Quiles, head of the Hennessey School in Lawrence, has been appointed to the Northern Essex Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Charlie Baker.…

Tufts University Severs Ties With Sacklers, The Family Behind OxyContin » WGBH Tufts University is cutting ties with the billionaire family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, saying it will strip the Sackler name from its campus and accept no further donations amid concern…

Environment

Westfield receives $1.35M reimbursement from Air Force for water contaminated with firefighting chemicals » The Republican The city has received its $1.35 million reimbursement from the U.S. Air Force, money Westifeld was owed because firefighting chemicals from Barnes Air National Guard Base contaminated the city’s dri…

Offshore drilling ‘creates pressing threat’ to Massachusetts’s environment, residents’ health, report says » The Republican An Environment America report released this week suggests offshore drilling could severely impact communities throughout Massachusetts and other coastal states.…

State Selects Vineyard Wind To Redevelop Bridgeport Harbor, Provide Offshore Power » WBUR The city of Bridgeport is the big winner in the state’s latest offshore wind acquisition. “Park City Wind,” a proposal from developer Vineyard Wind, was selected by state officials Thursday and …

Youth climate activists march to Baker’s office, demand to see governor » Boston Globe Hundreds of young people, pushing for more action to stop climate change, rallied on Copley Plaza Friday morning and then headed to the State House, where they flooded the ornate halls, chanting, sing…

Health Care

Partners reports stellar financial results as it preps for rebrand » Boston Business Journal The state’s largest health system reported one of its best years in recent memory, with Partners HealthCare reporting nearly half a billion in operating income in fiscal 2019.…

Human Services

Lawmaker in 2012 EBT reform reacts: ‘Not again’ » Boston Herald A state lawmaker involved in the 2012 EBT card reform initiative said it is “unacceptable” to have the tax-funded welfare program used in vacation hot spots like Hawaii and Las Vegas and that the …

Immigration

Impeaching America’s immigration values » Boston Globe In recent months — as the country has been transfixed on the high-stakes drama of the impeachment inquiry — the very fabric of our nation has become altered.…

Judiciary

Feds slam ‘lenient’ Bristol County judges » Boston Herald The U.S. Attorney’s Office is lighting up “lenient” state judges for doling out low bails to convicted violent gang members, leaving them free to expand their hold over New Bedford and “foster…

Labor

Experts say labor crunch imperils state growth » Gazette Net With an aging workforce and a low unemployment rate, Massachusetts faces a tight labor market, creating a dynamic that could limit the state’s economic growth.…

Report: Women In Boston Still Make Far Less Than Men. For Women Of Color, It's Even Worse » WBUR The wage gap continues to be much worse for black and Latina women in Greater Boston, according to a new analysis.…

Legislative

Dems, GOP battle over timing of Senate election » Commonwealth Magazine As stalemate continues, both sides dig in…

Rep. Crocker Maintains Perfect Voting Record for 3rd Straight Year » Cape Cod Online Second Barnstable District State Representative Will Crocker maintained a perfect voting record for the first half of the 2019-2020 legislative session.…

Dear Jo: People make government work best » Gazette Net How can constituents have an impact? How have you cross-walked your work as an organizer into the Legislature?…

Local Government

State grant to help transform downtown Fitchburg » Sentinel & Enterprise An abundance of housing, a two-lane Main Street, and a thriving Theater Block are memories residents have of the city years ago.…

'Mayor Bill Carpenter Garage' celebrated in downtown Brockton as fitting legacy » The Enterprise Further development in the downtown area will be unlocked by the completion of the 415-space parking garage, named after former Brockton mayor Bill Carpenter, according to city officials.…

Tyngsboro Media Director fired following public hearing » Lowell Sun The Board of Selectmen fired Town Media Director Steve Brogan Wednesday night during a public disciplinary hearing at a crowded Town Hall community room.…

Foxborough Awarded $708K State Grant For West Street Dam Removal » Brookline Patch Gov. Charlie Baker's office announced Foxborough will receive a grant worth more than $708,000 to help remove the dam on West Street. The grant comes from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmen…

Former Fall River assessor claims 'thousands' of properties have inaccurate values » The Herald News Former assessor Benjamin Mello took to the airwaves Tuesday to dispute a controversial report that outlined the improper assessment of the former city administrator's home and said that there are “t…

Northampton City Council backs $2.5M override for March vote » Gazette Net The City Council has voted on first reading to put a $2.5 million property tax override before voters on March 3, which would permanently raise property taxes in the city if approved.…

Politics

Gov. Baker Stumps for Rep. Whelan at Holiday Fundraiser » Cape Cod Online Brewster State Representative Tim Whelan held his holiday reception and fundraiser Thursday evening that included an appearance by fellow Republican Governor Charlie Baker.…

Bourne Selectman Enters State Senate Race » The Bourne News Bourne Selectman Jared P. MacDonald has announced that he is running for the state Senate seat recently vacated by Viriato M. (Vinny) deMacedo.…

Evangelicals — From Boston To Brazil — Worry About Politics Coming To Church » WBUR On a Sunday afternoon in June, dozens of worshipers gather at Celebration Church’s Charlestown service.…

Public Health

Ayanna Pressley wants answers about what happened to the FDA’s plans to ban menthol cigarettes » Boston.com Over a year ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it would seek to ban menthol-flavored cigarettes — an initiative to combat youth smoking.…

Bourne school board OKs Narcan use » Cape Cod Times The opioid-overdose antidote naloxone will now be available in Bourne public schools.…

HIV prevention drug needed without parental consent, Cyr says » Wicked Local Truro For the past six years, doctors have been allowed to prescribe the anti-HIV drug Truvada as a prophylaxis, to prevent their infection-free patients from contracting the virus in any number of ways.…

Baker Mystified By State Responses to Vaping Illnesses » State House News Service With his temporary ban on vaping product sales set to end next week when public health officials adopt a new set of vaping rules, Gov. Charlie Baker this week expressed some surprise that other states…

Health concerns trump retailer rights as vaping ban ends in Plymouth » Patriot Ledger Despite the fact that Gov. Charlie Baker is lifting the four-month-old vaping ban Dec. 11, local retailers are not happy. They claim restrictions and taxes imposed by a new law hurt the industry and d…

SJC stays further action, postpones arguments in vape ban appeal » Mass Lawyers Weekly The Supreme Judicial Court has stayed all further action and postponed oral arguments scheduled for Dec. 9 in Gov. Charlie Baker's appeal of orders related to his administration's temporary ban on the…

Public Safety

Robo-cops could be the answer to Statie woes » Boston Herald Amid the wreckage of the Tall Deval administration, there is one unquestioned bright spot.…

Royal Flush: Feds say they took out Latin Kings local leadership in massive sweep » Boston Herald The feds claim they have taken down the Latin Kings regional leadership with federal racketeering charges on a wide range of crimes from drug dealing to attempted murder Thursday in the largest sweep …

FBI arrests 47, seizes three houses in crackdown on Latin Kings gang violence » Boston Globe Two Latin Kings members had disrespected Michael Cecchetelli, the alleged kingpin of the notorious gang’s East Coast operations. Cecchetelli, a 40-year-old from Springfield with ties to the Genovese…

Feds say Latin Kings cooked cocaine and planned killings within 1,000 feet of a school in Massachusetts » The Republican Blocks away from a New Bedford charter school, Latin Kings members cooked crack cocaine, collected guns, shot at rivals and shot music videos where they boasted about their criminal activity, court do…

State Government

Galvin stance on election timing draws fire » Gloucester Times The head of the Massachusetts Republican Party on Thursday targeted the Democratic secretary of state in an expansion of the state Senate's ongoing debate about timing a special election.…

Lisa Riccobene promoted to higher paying position in medical examiner’s office after fabricating qualifications » The Republican A top official in the Massachusetts medical examiner’s office who was demoted last year over falsely claiming she had a degree she didn’t earn has now been promoted again.…

Taxation

Walsh signals possible support for transfer tax on real estate sales » Boston Globe The Walsh administration signaled Thursday that it would be open to a tax on real estate sales in Boston that could raise millions of dollars a year for affordable housing.…

Salem councilors set FY2020 tax rates » Wicked Local Salem Salem’s average residential property owners will see modest increases in their tax bills, based on the Fiscal Year 2020 tax rates set by Salem City Council in a tax-classification hearing on Thursda…

Transportation

Straus on Pollack: “If She Didn’t Know, She Should Have” » State House News Service The House Transportation Committee chair said Wednesday that key players in the Baker administration should have noticed the Registry of Motor Vehicles was falling behind on public safety-related task…

Alternatives To Gas Tax Pitched For Transpo Revenue » State House News Service Supporters of increasing fees on ride-hailing trips, expanding highway tolls, and charging drivers for every mile they travel made their cases to lawmakers Thursday, each pitching their respective pro…

State lawmakers consider adding tolls to other Mass. highways » WCVB Drivers on the Massachusetts Turnpike, the Tobin Bridge and the Boston Habor tunnels have been paying tolls for years, and that's not fair according to Senator Brendan Crighton from Lynn.…

New cars and new promises, but it’s the same old Orange Line » Boston Globe At a celebratory event in Medford just four months ago, Governor Charlie Baker pledged a new era of transit service as his administration introduced the first Orange Line cars since 1981.…

The Boston Globe’s Spotlight hosts forum on the city’s traffic crisis » The Daily Free Press Every day, residents of Greater Boston go through the same routine — wake up early, get in the car and wait in some of the worst traffic in the country.…

It’s time to clear a path through the political gridlock for a test of congestion pricing » Boston Globe When Chris Osgood, Boston’s top transportation official, made clear the other night that congestion pricing “is something we should absolutely consider,” the response I wanted to hear from the s…

New tolls could fill gaps in funding » The Salem News Potholes, crumbling bridges and a problem-plagued mass transit system are among the state’s transportation woes, and advocates say new money is needed for repairs.…

Salem city councilor challenges Gov. Baker to commute using the MBTA » Fox 25 News For commuters who rely on the MBTA daily, the struggle to get to places on time is an all too common woe.…

Here’s the reason for the ‘unusual noise’ that took the new Orange Line trains out of service » Boston.com The two new Orange Line trains have been off the tracks for two-and-a-half weeks, after MBTA engineers detected an “unusual noise.” And now the agency knows where it was coming from.…

MBTA's Automatic Fare Collection 2.0 — Where Did It Go? » WGBH Two years ago, T riders were told to get ready for the future — and an overhaul of the entire fare system for buses, subways, trolleys and the commuter rail. Cash would no longer be accepted aboard …

Gas tax alternatives aired on Beacon Hill » The Enterprise Supporters of increasing fees on ride-sharing trips, expanding highway tolls, and charging drivers for every mile they travel made their cases to lawmakers Thursday, each pitching their respective pro…

Straus targets Pollack, d’Arbeloff on RMV » Commonwealth Magazine New documents shed light on Registry issues…

Utilities

Local legislators tackle sewer, water issues » The Recorder Sen. Jo Comerford and Rep. Natalie Blais say it’s not always a pleasant subject to talk about, but they are committed to making sure water and sewer issues throughout the county are addressed and re…

Four protesters arrested at Weymouth compressor site » Patriot Ledger Four protesters were arrested Thursday after they refused to move out of the way of crews preparing for the construction of a 7,700-horsepower natural gas compressor station that recently received fin…

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The Week In Review

New laws enacted this week:

HB3826 - An Act validating certain proceedings of the town of Sharon

Most read bills of the week:

HB4210 - An Act relative to children’s health and wellness

HB3008 - An Act to advance modern and sustainable solutions for transportation

HB1907 - An Act relative to conducting fetal and infant mortality review

SB2433 - An Act relative to step therapy and patient safety

HB2005 - An Act to prevent gun violence

HB1971 - An Act relative to conducting fetal and infant mortality review

HB102 - An Act to reduce deep poverty among kids

SB2063 - An Act to reduce traffic and encourage shared rides

HB2977 - An Act to fund public transit expansion

HB3010 - An Act to explore alternative funding sources to ensure safe and reliable transportation

House Actions This Week: 84

Senate Actions This Week: 37

Press Releases

The Environmental Partnership Continues To Reduce Emissions As It Enters Year Ahead » API

Baker-Polito Administration Announces $3 Million MassWorks Infrastructure Award in Fitchburg » Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

PhRMA Names Anne Esposito Senior Vice President of Federal Advocacy » Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

Nutter Named to the BTI Client Service A-Team 2020: Survey of Law Firm Client Service Performance » Nutter

Fiscal experts forecast slowing revenue growth in FY21 » Mass. Municipal Association

AG Healey Leads Coalition Opposing Efforts to Undercut Federal Law That Promotes Clean Energy » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

Silicon Valley Bank CEO Greg Becker Named Chairman of TechNet » TechNet

American Lung Association Responds to New CDC Data on Tobacco Use Among Middle and High School Students » American Lung Association

Statement from Massachusetts Democratic Party Chair Gus Bickford Calling on Charlie Baker to Take a Stand on Impeachment » Mass. Dems

In quotes: high-quality pre-K benefits multiple generations » Eye on Early Education

Kinder Morgan Announces 2020 Financial Expectations » Kinder Morgan

Tapping into Community to Prevent Lead Poisoning » Conservation Law Foundation

Baker-Polito Administration Awards Over $10 Million for Dam and Seawall Projects » Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Federal vs. State Data Privacy Laws Debate Continues » ACA International

Chamber Produces New Economic Development Video » North Central Mass. Chamber of Commerce

Senator Markey, Who Is Leading Effort in Congress to Stop Mandatory Facial Scanning, Praises DHS Reversal on Use of Facial Recognition » Office of Congressman Ed Markey

JCRC to Lead MA Legislators on Study Tour of Israel » JCRC

Legislature Passes Landmark Legislation to Ban Sales of Flavored Tobacco, Protect Young People from Nicotine Addiction » Office of Senator Jason Lewis

Lynn Partners with MBTA to Increase Access to CharlieCards » MBTA

Planned Parenthood Announces Seven-Figure Multimedia Ad Campaign Urging GOP Senators to “Protect Title X” » Planned Parenthood

New CDC Data Show More Than 6 Million Middle & High School Students Using Tobacco Products » American Heart Association

BSA Space’s 8th Annual Gingerbread Design Competition and Exhibition explores your favorite world monuments. » American Institute of Architects

The Arc Participates In Google Giving Week 2019, Raises Over $12,000 » The Arc of Massachusetts

Nixon Peabody adds to nationally ranked Complex Commercial Disputes practice » Nixon Peabody

Toy Drive Talk With North Shore 104.9 This Morning » Tarr Talk

Secretary of State William F. Galvin and “voter suppression” » Mass. GOP

Locke Lord’s Nina Huerta Reelected President of Mexican ‎‎American Bar Foundation » Locke Lord


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