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Must-Reads

Budget Chief Planning Based on $5 Billion Revenue Drop » State House News Service Rodrigues said he is currently working off estimates that tax collections will be down 15 percent to 18 percent from last year in fiscal 2021, compared to the 2.8 percent growth rate projected in Janu…

NJ: Deal Reached in N.J. for ‘Millionaires Tax’ to Address Fiscal Crisis » New York Times Gov. Philip Murphy said the tax would help make up shortfalls caused by the pandemic, but Republicans warned it would lead to an exodus of wealthy residents.…

OPINION: What’s at Stake in This Election? The American Democratic Experiment » New York Times Trump’s former director of national intelligence on how to firmly and unambiguously reassure all Americans that their votes will be counted.…

Drought Conditions "Extreme" in Parts of State » State House News Service Parts of Bristol and Plymouth counties are now dealing with an "extreme" drought and persistent dry conditions span most of the state, threatening crops, diminishing air quality, and forcing water con…

SJC confronts systemic racism in interactions between police and people of color » Boston Globe The state’s highest court on Thursday confronted the issue of systemic and implicit bias against Black people during interactions with police, issuing three decisions aimed at solidifying equal prot…

FL: The Governor Who Holds Trump’s Fate in His Hands » Politico Ron DeSantis rode a Trump tweet to victory in Florida. Can he keep the pandemic at bay long enough to return the favor?…

‘All Paths to 270 Lead Through the Latino Electorate’ » Politico The risk ... is not so much that undecided Latino voters will end up supporting Trump. It’s that they won’t vote, period — potentially plunging Democrats into a version of their 2016 debacle, wh…

Where Is Biden’s Ground Game? » TMI Like the Sanders campaign, the Biden campaign organizes its volunteer network over Slack in several channels, including one for general intake, one for texters, and another for phone bankers. Screensh…

Union-backed group loses tax exempt status » The Eagle Tribune The Massachusetts Education Justice Alliance was stripped of its tax-exempt status last month for not filing Form 990s and other financial disclosures, dating back to 2018, according to Internal Reven…

COVID-19 vaccine unlikely to be a silver bullet » Commonwealth Magazine But experts are beginning to rein in the sky-high expectations, warning that a vaccine will not be the silver bullet that allows us to suddenly remove our masks and once again hug our friends.…

Democrats on edge as Biden readies to go after Trump at debate » The Hill Biden in recent weeks has spoken frequently from a teleprompter on the campaign trail. The Trump campaign has hammered their rival for not doing interviews with the press, saying he will falter in the…

‘Everyone’s got leverage’: Dreading a 50-50 Senate split » Politico But if Democrats pick up a net three seats, that’s what happens. Should Joe Biden win the presidency, they’ll hold the majority; if President Donald Trump is reelected, Democrats need four seats t…

CA: California expands family leave protections to millions of small business workers » Politico Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday extended job protections to millions of workers at small businesses in California if they need time off to care for themselves, a child or another relative. Newsom signed…

"The latest news out of D.C. is not optimistic," Rodrigues said. "We've been pretty much told you can pretty much forget about having anything passed by Congress before the Nov. 3 election, which means we're going to go into the FY21 budget probably counting on zero dollars of federal support, dipping deeply into the stabilization account"

Senate Ways and Means Chairman Michael Rodrigues.

As budget talks are beginning on Beacon Hill. Sen. Rodrigues anticipates tax collections in fiscal 2021 to be down $5 billion from last year.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Howie Carr: Joining Joe Biden in mid-babble » Boston Herald Eleven days to the debate, and Dementia Joe Biden is firing up his base, addressing rallies that sometimes draw packed crowds of as many as six or even seven of his adoring supporters, I mean reporter…

First volume of Barack Obama’s memoir coming Nov. 17 » Boston Globe The first volume of former President Barack Obama’s memoir is coming out Nov. 17, two weeks after Election Day. It’s called “A Promised Land” and will cover his swift and historic rise to the …

Early signs the bottom might be falling out on Trump in 2020, just as it did for McCain this same week in 2008 » Boston Globe Since 2000, presidential elections have been won in the margins. Some wins were bigger than others. But compared to the previous century, this two-decade period of competitive elections is a testament…

Trump and Biden hit unlikely battleground state of Minnesota » Boston Globe Minnesota has backed Democratic presidential candidates for nearly half a century and rarely receives much attention during the final stages of the race, when campaigns typically focus their resources…

Opinion: Speaking of ‘Rage,’ rage, and the president on the page » Boston Globe Criticism leveled at Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward that he should have revealed in February that President Trump was lying about the seriousness of the coronavirus is ridiculous (“With Tru…

Opinion: Waiting, impatiently, for military brass to weigh in » Boston Globe I disagree with Kevin Cullen’s excusing John Kelly, a retired US Marine general and President Trump’s former chief of staff, from confirming (or denying) The Atlantic’s reporting about Trump’s…

Business

Boston officials warn North End restaurants over complaints » Boston Herald Boston officials warned North End restaurants that they need to better follow city and state coronavirus rules — as restaurateurs asked why the city won’t let them put up tents as the weather grow…

Question 1 ballot fight picks up speed on TV » Boston Herald The “Right to Repair” ballot battle now includes former Boston police commissioner Ed Davis.…

In new model for media, Globe signs subscription and events deal with Biogen » Boston Globe The Boston Globe has signed a six-figure deal with Biogen that provides digital subscriptions to all of the Cambridge-based biotech company’s roughly 4,000 Massachusetts employees. As part of the de…

Briefings: Reminding Your Business… Now in Greater Holyoke » Western Mass Politics and Insight Making good on a promise of further expansion after beginning coverage of Easthampton, The Reminder, the East Longmeadow-based weekly, has announced its next target. Soon, residents of Granby, Holyoke…

Arcades given green light to reopen in Massachusetts amid pandemic » WHDH Arcades in Massachusetts have been given the green light to reopen Thursday with restrictions in place to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.…

Broco Oil Receives State Tax Credits for $2.8 Million Expansion on Haverhill Rail Line » WHAV Haverhill’s Broco Oil was approved Thursday for $100,000 in state investment tax credits.…

Can the Duck Boats Recover from a Summer with No Tourism? » Boston Magazine How the city’s iconic water-going buses have managed to stay afloat in a dried-up tourism season.…

Covid-19 causes massive jump in Mass. bank deposits » Boston Business Journal Bank deposits in Massachusetts increased by more than 20% over the course of a year, according to new federal banking data, as consumers and businesses hold onto cash to ride out the pandemic.…

Civil Rights

Boston Among Bottom 70 American Cities For Racial Inclusion, Study Finds » WBUR The racial poverty gap progressively widened in Boston since 1990, bucking a trend in the opposite direction of other U.S. cities, according to new research from the nonprofit Urban Institute.…

Education

Colleges race to close gaps in coronavirus tracing systems » Boston Globe The call alerting Framingham State University officials that a student had tested positive for the coronavirus came from an unexpected source: a health department several towns over, in Worcester.…

Trump alleges ‘left-wing indoctrination’ in schools, says new commission will push ‘pro-American’ history » Boston Globe President Trump pressed his case Thursday that schools are indoctrinating children with a left-wing agenda hostile to the Founding Fathers, describing efforts to educate students about racism and slav…

Districts coming up short on reporting school-based arrests » Commonwealth Magazine A NUMBER of Massachusetts school districts are failing to adhere to data collection measures required by the 2018 Criminal Justice Reform Act, with some reporting no school-based arrests when their ow…

Sponsor “very hopeful” about campus assault bill’s odds » News 22 WWLP.com A House lawmaker who’s been involved in the long-running effort to pass legislation aimed at preventing sexual violence on college campuses said Thursday she’s hopeful a bill will get over the fin…

We Have A Year Of Data, But Still Don't Know Impact Of Police In Mass. Schools » WBUR As the country grapples with police reform, many juvenile justice advocates in Massachusetts are questioning whether officers belong in schools.…

'Everything Feels Different And New': Mass. Kids Reflect On Masked, Sanitized Return To School » WBUR It's back to school for kids all over Massachusetts — if not inside the school building, then back to the kitchen table, couch or wherever they're learning remotely in the era of the pandemic.…

BPS Has A New Policy Governing Student Information Sharing. Some Educators Say It Doesn't Go Far Enough » WBUR Boston Public Schools have a new policy around sharing student information with the Boston Police Department. The school committee unanimously approved the new guidelines Wednesday night, even though …

Hundreds of Boston students who need laptops have not received them, advocates say » Boston Globe Hundreds of students who have requested laptops since last spring from Boston Public Schools have yet to receive them, according to the advocacy group Lawyers for Civil Rights.…

Ayanna Pressley, Katherine Clark urge Charlie Baker in letter to address racial disparities in school discipline » Boston.com Massachusetts Reps. Ayanna Pressley and Katherine Clark are urging urgent action at both the state and federal level to address the racial inequities and disparities in school discipline, sending lett…

DeLeo hopeful that bill to support campus sexual violence survivors can move forward this year » Boston Globe In 2014, John Gabrieli and some of his fellow college students founded the Every Voice Coalition and drafted the Every Voice bill, which would require colleges and universities to provide support for …

Northeastern University will credit 11 students, dismissed after gathering at Boston hotel, with tuition expenses for spring semester » The Republican Northeastern University says it will credit the 11 freshmen who were dismissed following a gathering at the Westin Hotel for the tuition costs incurred as part of their dismissal.…

Students without internet at home are getting left behind, says Sen. Ed Markey, urging FCC to boost connectivity » The Republican Sen. Ed Markey and a coalition of more than three dozen Democratic senators urged the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday to boost internet connectivity for students whose homes have turned …

Pandemic Semester: A Conversation With Student Journalists, Leaders » WBUR We talk to campus leaders around the country about a challenging semester for college students.…

How teachers are bringing lessons from the racial justice uprisings into the classroom » Boston Globe For centuries, dead white men have dominated high school English classes. Syllabi and summer readings lists are chock full of Shakespeares, Hemingways, Faulkners, and Fitzgeralds.…

Here's How Many COVID Cases Have Been Reported at Massachusetts Colleges » NBC Boston Nearly 500 students at Massachusetts colleges and universities have tested positive for the coronavirus over the past month, according to new data released by the state.…

Donoghue: ‘It was his call, but I very much disagreed’ » Lowell Sun City Manager Eileen Donoghue said she feels for students and parents who were told they would have in person teaching when school started, and that she told Superintendent Joel Boyd that she disagreed…

Environment

State officials celebrate green energy grants in Dartmouth » Dartmouth Week Although it’s closed for the season, Dartmouth’s iconic Bucket ice cream stand had one more role to play this year: the backdrop to a congratulatory visit from state officials celebrating the town…

State Awards $11.1 Million in Climate Change Funding To Cities And Towns » iBerkshires Continuing investment in climate change resiliency, the Baker-Polito Administration announced $11.1 million in grants to cities and towns through the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program…

Federal

Opinion: Trump administration boosting infrastructure in Massachusetts » Boston Herald As President Trump often says, infrastructure is the backbone of our nation’s economy. It is key to remaining competitive today and in the future, and to improving our country’s quality of life. T…

Health Care

Moderna CEO: Company expects to know in November whether COVID-19 vaccine works » Boston Globe Stephane Bancel says the Cambridge biotech could deliver 100 million doses to the federal government early next year.…

Opinion: America’s shameful history of sterilizing women » Boston Globe Earlier this week, a whistle-blower complaint alleged that a gynecologist has been performing hysterectomies at a disturbingly high rate at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility in…

Cold weather visitation plan in the works » News 22 WWLP.com Expect details late next week from Gov. Charlie Baker about how long-term care facilities might be able to accommodate visits or interactions between residents and loved ones even as the weather turns…

Mass. has tests designed to simultaneously detect COVID-19, most common flu strains » WHDH Massachusetts does have some of the CDC-developed nasal or oral swab tests designed to simultaneously detect COVID-19 and the most common flu strains, but the Baker administration has not yet determin…

Housing

Lawsuit could disrupt real estate market in 2 Cape Cod towns » Cape Cod Times An impending lawsuit by an environmental advocacy organization could wreak havoc on the real estate market in the towns of Barnstable and Mashpee.…

CDC Eviction Moratorium Not Enough, Activists Say » WBUR A federal moratorium aims to ban evictions through the end of the year, but housing justice advocates are worried that the state's low-income renters could still "fall through the cracks" of that poli…

Top housing official to meet with Salem councilors on policy » The Salem News Frustrated over being publicly criticized by Gov. Charlie Baker for sinking some of the mayor's recent housing proposals, two Salem councilors have called in some serious firepower to help put city of…

Immigration

Boston leads effort protesting naturalization fee hike » Commonwealth Magazine THE CITY OF BOSTON filed an amicus brief Thursday on behalf of 34 cities, counties, and municipal agencies asking a federal court to stop a new rule from going into effect that would nearly double the…

Walsh: Trump Admin Policy That Would Raise Citizenship Application Fees 'Betrayal' Of US Values » WGBH Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said Thursday that the city of Boston has joined a lawsuit against the Trump administration over new policies that would impose new and heftier fees on immigrants seeking to g…

Advocates say the fight is not over for immigrants in Mass. with temporary protected status » Boston Globe Massachusetts advocacy groups said they are disappointed, but not defeated, following a ruling by a federal appeals court that allows the Trump administration to move forward with ending protections f…

Judiciary

Courthouses closed Friday to mark passing of SJC chief justice » Berkshire Eagle Courthouses across the state will be closed Friday so the Massachusetts Trial Court can hold a day of remembrance to honor the memory of Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph D. Gants, who died M…

Mass. High Court Lowers Burden For Proving Racial Bias In Police Stops » WBUR The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts has lowered the burden for proving a police traffic stop was racially motivated, and acknowledged that the court's previous solution for ferreting out racia…

Some jury trials to begin in Massachusetts in October under ‘Phase I’ reopening during COVID-19 pandemic » The Republican The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on Thursday issued its newest ruling to guide the state’s courts into resuming jury trials amid the coronavirus pandemic.…

Gov. Baker Nominates Joanna Rodriguez of Methuen as Juvenile Court Judge » WHAV Gov. Charlie Baker nominated Joanna Rodriguez to the juvenile bench and Marguerite T. Grant of Westwood to an open spot on the Appeals Court. Both appointments require the approval of the Governor’s…

Labor

Mayor Says 250 New ‘High-Paying’ Jobs Coming to Former Brooks Brothers Plant in Haverhill » WHAV Haverhill will soon see 250 new job openings as a yet undisclosed company opens in the recently closed Southwick building.…

Mass. unemployment rate drops sharply » Boston Business Journal The state’s unemployment rate fell nearly five percentage points last month to 11.3%, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development said Friday, a sign the economy has started to recover f…

Local Government

Editorial: Different Format Needed » The Bourne News Of 252 Town Meeting members, only 138 attended Monday’s session in the high school field house. A dozen fewer, and there wouldn’t have been a quorum.…

Northampton City Council eyes ordinance to clamp down on plastics » Gazette Net Although the city passed a ban on single-use plastic bags in 2015, plastic bags can still be found downtown.…

Politics

Caroline Colarusso accuses Katherine Clark of debate ‘dodging,’ being Nancy Pelosi puppet » Boston Herald Republican congressional candidate Caroline Colarusso attacked U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark for being a puppet for Nancy Pelosi and said the two-term congresswoman is too busy moving up the ranks in Wash…

Walsh leads Wu in GBH poll on 2021 Boston mayoral race » Boston Globe Mayor Martin J. Walsh led City Councilor Michelle Wu by 23 points in a hypothetical 2021 mayoral matchup that also included Councilor Andrea Campbell, according to a GBH poll released Thursday.…

In His Long-Shot Bid To Unseat Sen. Markey, Kevin O'Connor Wants To Channel Scott Brown » WBUR Kevin O'Connor is picking up where Rep. Joe Kennedy III left off: hoping to convince Massachusetts voters that Sen. Ed Markey has been in Washington too long and spends too little time in Massachusett…

22News I-Team: Massachusetts voters will decide on Right to Repair » News 22 WWLP.com The November election is still almost two months away, but the debate over ballot Question 1 is heating up.…

COVID And Housing Costs Top Voter Concerns In GBH News Boston Mayoral Poll » WGBH As Boston prepares for the 2021 mayoral election, a new GBH News poll conducted by the MassINC Polling Group shows that the COVID-19 pandemic far outstrips any issue on the minds of registered voters,…

Back the Blue, Black Lives Matter supporters fill Scituate Rotary in separate standouts » Patriot Ledger More than 50 people gathered around the Greenbush Rotary Wednesday afternoon through rush hour — half to support the Back the Blue campaign and President Donald Trump and the other half to support t…

Baker, long averse to national GOP politics, backs Susan Collins in Maine Senate race » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker is riding to the defense of Senator Susan Collins in her heated reelection fight, appearing in a series of GOP super PAC-funded ads that try to bolster the Maine Republican’s …

Blue state GOP Govs. Larry Hogan, Charlie Baker endorse Susan Collins » The Hill Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) are endorsing Sen. Susan Collins (R) in Maine’s hotly contested Senate race, cutting ads in support of the longtime incumbent a…

MA Group Wants U.S. Constitution Amended To Cut Campaign Spending » Brookline Patch The Massachusetts Citizens Commission was created in 2018 and charged with studying the influence of unlimited political spending.…

How a transsexual, satanist, anarchist trolled New Hampshire voters » Boston Globe Aria DiMezzo laid a trap for Republican voters in Cheshire County, and they walked right into it.…

Voting Reform Framed as Simple Fix, or Confusing Thicket » State House News Service The ranked-choice election system that Massachusetts voters will decide whether to embrace is, depending on which side of the issue you ask, either a simple fix to a stifling status quo or a confusing…

Public Health

17 Massachusetts communities are at high risk for coronavirus. Officials hope it’s ‘going to wake everybody up’ » Boston Herald An increasing number of cities and towns are finding themselves on the state’s high-risk list for the coronavirus — a disheartening designation that leaders of several newer entrants hope will ser…

Report slams Massachusetts move to short-term coronavirus data reporting » Boston Herald A watchdog report took the state to task for moving toward short-term analyses of the coronavirus response and away from cumulative numbers.…

Melania Trump promotes Trump’s approach to opioid crisis in N.H. » Boston Globe First lady Melania Trump used her first solo trip outside Washington since before the start of the coronavirus pandemic to showcase a piece of her “Be Best” youth well-being initiative on Thursday…

Vitamin D can help reduce coronavirus risk by 54%: Boston University doctor » Boston Herald Stop waiting for a miracle drug: A Boston University doctor says a sufficient amount of vitamin D can cut the risk of catching coronavirus by 54%.…

MIT, Harvard Researchers Say They're Close To A New Rapid COVID Test » WBUR Researchers say they have potentially developed a new, more convenient tests for the coronavirus that uses the genetic technology known as CRISPR and could produce results in less than an hour.…

Officials eye flu vaccine to blunt ‘serious strain’ on Mass. hospitals » WHDH A dual outbreak of the flu and COVID-19 this fall would put a “serious strain” on the capacity of the state’s health care system, Sen. Julian Cyr said Thursday.…

Governor Baker, health officials visit CVS to focus on flu vaccines, COVID-19 testing » News 10 The Baker-Polito Administration urge residents to get vaccinated now against influenza to protect themselves, their families, and prevent the spread of flu to keep residents healthy and ease the strai…

Baker Urges Residents To Get Flu Shots As 12 More Coronavirus Testing Sites Open In Mass. » CBS Boston Massachusetts is urging residents to get their flu shot this year, saying it is particularly critical during the coronavirus pandemic because symptoms can be so similar.…

Attleboro High Student Sent To School With Coronavirus ‘Makes No Sense,’ Baker Says » CBS Boston A day after it was revealed that an Attleboro High School student went to school knowing he had coronavirus, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said local communities should decide the punishment in…

‘People are getting tired of it’: Worcester city manager Edward Augustus Jr. links increase of COVID-19 cases to family gatherings without masks, social distancing » The Republican City Manager Edward Augustus Jr. pointed to a general fatigue related to wearing masks and social distancing as the cause of coronavirus cases in Worcester increasing in six of the last eight weeks.…

Health Care Workers, Communities of Color Would Get First Access to COVID-19 Vaccine, Baker Says » NECN Baker said his administration was "deeply involved" with a federal working group planning for the distribution of a vaccine.…

Massachusetts reports 15 new COVID deaths, 419 new coronavirus cases on Thursday » The Republican State health officials announced another 15 new coronavirus deaths on Thursday, bringing the statewide death count to 9,051 since the start of the pandemic.…

Baker Boosts Flu Awareness By Getting, Well, A Flu Shot » WGBH Gov. Charlie Baker received a flu shot Thursday from a CVS pharmacy in Roslindale, part of his efforts to get as many Massachusetts residents immunized against influenza while the state still struggle…

Boston's Coronavirus Testing Rate Nearly Doubles After Labor Day, Walsh Says » NECN The mayor also reported that nearly half of cases in the last two weeks have been in people under 30 years old, and that five neighborhoods are now seeing higher testing rates of between 4 and 5%.…

State leaders working with high-risk communities to stop COVID-19 spread » News 22 WWLP.com Last month, Massachusetts became the first state in the country to implement a flu shot mandate.…

Public Safety

Grappling with ‘driving while black,’ SJC offers help » Commonwealth Magazine THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT on Thursday issued a ruling that will make it easier for defendants to prove they are the victim of illegal racial profiling when pulled over during a traffic stop.…

Revised medical parole rules draw fire » Commonwealth Magazine A SECOND ATTEMPT by the Department of Correction to develop medical parole regulations is running into blowback from lawmakers and advocates who say the Baker administration is continuing to block eff…

A Massachusetts teenager tested positive for the coronavirus. His parents sent him to school anyway. » Washington Post Six students tested positive for the novel coronavirus days before Attleboro High School in Massachusetts reopened its doors for the first day of school this week. Only five of them stayed home, the c…

Attleboro area firefighters on team helping in fire-ravaged Oregon » The Sun Chronicle Area firefighters are part of the Massachusetts Task Force 1 urban search and rescue team now in Oregon to help deal with the ongoing wildfires disaster.…

Springfield police announce progress in rollout of body cameras, online complaint system for excessive force allegations » The Republican Two months after the release of a U.S. Department of Justice report that sharply criticized the Springfield Police Department’s narcotics unit, city officials said Thursday that progress is being ma…

State Government

Massachusetts Attorney General Creates Data Privacy and Security Division » National Law Review The Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General has created a new Data Privacy and Security Division. This Division is charged with protecting consumers from the threats to the privacy and security o…

Galvin: prepared to contest census count » Mass Lawyers Weekly Secretary of State William Galvin says he is concerned the U.S. Census Bureau count in Massachusetts is falling short because of the pandemic and is willing to share state population records to supple…

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey vows to combat election interference after President Donald Trump says he’ll send law enforcement to polling places » The Republican After President Donald Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity last month he would send law enforcement to polling places to monitor for voter fraud, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey offered …

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The Week In Review

New laws enacted this week:

HB4657 - An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Amanda Caruso, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Corrections

HB4193 - An Act relative to the historic curatorship program in the town of Hamilton

HB4195 - An Act establishing a memorial bench in Pope John Paul II Park in the city of Boston in memory of Robert M.”Bobby” Mudge

HB4837 - An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Maria Boverini, an employee of the Essex County Juvenile Court

Most read bills of the week:

SB2874 - An Act enabling partnerships for growth

HB4700 - An Act relative to emergency paid sick time

SB2842 - An Act enabling partnerships for growth

HB4887 - An Act enabling partnerships for growth

HB4967 - An Act to promote commercial driver safety

HD5261 - An Act Relative to Group 2 Retirement

SB2642 - An Act providing for virtual notarization to address challenges related to COVID-19

SB2645 - An Act providing for virtual notarization to address challenges related to COVID-19

HB4879 - An Act enabling partnerships for growth

SB2701 - An Act relative to emergency paid sick time

House Actions This Week: 46

Senate Actions This Week: 31


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