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11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery, Public Hearing

5:00pm Winthrop Summer Reception for Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito

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6:00pm Women for Brockton Mayoral Candidate Jimmy Pereira

Birthdays: Rep. Natalie Higgins

Must-Reads

Energy chief says net-zero carbon goal under review » State House News Service Rep. Sean Garballey, sponsor of a bill to move Massachusetts to 100 percent renewable energy by 2045, contended Tuesday that it's a "shame" Massachusetts lags behind California, New York, and Hawaii, …

Doctors' group backs ban on flavored tobacco » State House News Service The organization that represents thousands of medical doctors across the state on Tuesday announced its strong backing of legislation for Massachusetts to ban the sale of almost all flavored tobacco a…

Boston Calling case begins with early mention of Mayor Walsh » Boston Globe “These defendants, Kenneth Brissette and Timothy Sullivan, forced a private company called Crash Line Productions to hire workers it did not need or want . . . as payback to a union that was a polit…

Booker: Biden was 'architect' of criminal justice system, 'not the right person to fix it' » Politico “Joe Biden had more than 40 years to get this right,” he wrote. “The proud architect of a failed system is not the right person to fix it.” …

Trump Files Federal Lawsuit in Bid to Strike Down NY Law Allowing Congress to Obtain State Tax Returns » law.com President Donald Trump is attempting a preemptive strike to block the release of his tax returns under a recently passed law in New York state. …

The progressive prosecutors blazing a new path for the US justice system » The Guardian Movement promising fundamental reforms to the US criminal justice system, including ending mass incarceration and the death penalty, is gaining steam …

Alex Morse Wants to Join AOC’s Squad. He’ll Have to Beat a Top Democrat First. » Mother Jones As he kicked off his campaign, Morse didn’t hesitate to align himself ideologically with Pressley, AOC, and their fellow “Squad” members, Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) and Ilhan Omar (Minn.). “It’s …

Amazon, Facebook up their K Street spending; other players dip » Roll Call Tech powerhouses Facebook and Amazon spent the most in their histories on lobbying in this year’s second quarter, propelling them into the top tier of K Street spenders, while other big players repo…

This is about tackling traffic issues. It’s about tackling the environment,” Walsh said. “And it’s also about making additional revenues so we can reinvest all the money we’re getting from transportation.”

Mayor Marty Walsh

Speaking about applying the state's 6.25% sales tax to Uber and Lyft rides in Boston.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

At a modest New York fund-raiser, ‘the Squad’ got its start » Boston Globe On a hot evening in June last year, an eclectic mix of people mingled under the glow of a neon pink light in the living room of a small Greenwich Village apartment, intent on altering American politic…

Sanders makes ‘last-minute’ appearance at union rally with Warren » Politico Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Tuesday night jockeyed for support from enraged airline food workers threatening to walk off the job in the nation’s capital.…

Kennedy Wants Mueller To Connect The Legal Dots To Sway Lawmakers, Americans On Impeachment » WBUR With his prosecutor’s eye, U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III saw in the Mueller Report everything he needed to call for impeachment proceedings against President Trump — even as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi…

Pete Buttigieg out-raises top Democratic presidential rivals in Mass., N.H. » Boston Herald Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg blew past his Democratic rivals in second-quarter fundraising, out-performing top-tier candidates in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire on his way to a total haul…

Salem city councilor Lisa Peterson aims to unseat Rep. Moulton in 6th District primary » Wicked Local Saugus Peterson says she will bring 'bold, progressive leadership from someone who is focused on the needs of our district.' …

Business

Frequency Therapeutics raises another $62 million » Boston Globe Less than a week after Frequency Therapeutics said it had cut a licensing deal with a big Japanese drug maker, the Woburn biotech said Tuesday that it has raised $62 million in venture capital from in…

In case you haven’t heard, Easthampton isn’t up-and-coming anymore, it’s officially a destination » The Republican Jim Ingram always wanted to start his own business. He “did the corporate thing" for a dozen years, working in tech after graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1986.…

Will people of color ever feel that they belong in the Seaport? » Boston Globe The question of who belongs in the city’s posh playground has lurked beneath the surface for years — and it has been raised again, this time by the Conservation Law Foundation, a public interest g…

iRobot lowers full-year revenue guidance, citing China trade tariffs » Boston Business Journal Shares of iRobot Corp. fell double-digits in after-hours trading Tuesday after the company missed Wall Street's estimates for sales for the second quarter and lowered its financial expectations for th…

Massachusetts bill to open state for lobster processing » Undercurrent News Massachusetts -- the second-largest US state when it comes to lobster landings -- is now just a governor's signature away from allowing the processing of unfrozen lobsters within the state and also th…

Massachusetts set to permit more lobster processing; East Coast poised to expand » Seafood Source The U.S. state of Massachusetts is on the verge of expanding the type and amount of lobster processing it permits, opening an avenue for companies including East Coast Seafood to expand their in-state…

Senator Montigny fighting to ban cat declawing » South Coast Today Advocates took to the State House on Monday to push for a ban of the cruel practice of cat declawing. Senator Mark Montigny, a long time champion for animal protections, filed S.169 An Act prohibiting…

Cannabis

FDA warns Curaleaf to stop marketing CBD with unfounded claims » Boston Globe Federal regulators Tuesday warned Curaleaf, one of the nation’s largest cannabis companies, to stop marketing CBD products online with unfounded claims that they treat cancer, Alzheimer’s disease,…

Lynn marijuana company CEO ‘speechless’ after storefront vandalized with anti-Semitic, racist symbolism » Boston Globe Jordan Avery was at a loss for words Monday when he walked into his rented storefront and found it vandalized with anti-Semitic language and racist symbolism.…

Crimes

Finegold bill seeks prison for those who encourage suicide » The Eagle Tribune Michelle Carter goaded her troubled boyfriend through texts and phone calls to commit suicide, until he finally took his own life five years ago.…

Mass. Attorney General Investigating Trucking Company Connected To Crash That Killed 7 » WBUR The Massachusetts attorney general's office has opened an investigation into the trucking company that employed the driver charged in the deaths of seven motorcyclists in New Hampshire.…

Domestic Relations

US: Massachusetts Should Ban Child Marriage » Human Rights Watch Massachusetts state senators should vote on July 25, 2019, for a proposed law to end child marriage in Massachusetts, Human Rights Watch said today. Senate Bill S.2294 has broad bipartisan support and…

Bill protects parents with disabilities in custody cases » State House News Service Parents with disabilities delivered emotional testimony to lawmakers, urging passage of a bill they said would protect them from discrimination in child custody cases.…

Education

Say yes to education budget — but fix the spending formula » Boston Globe Re “Lawmakers strike a good deal on the state budget” (Editorial, July 23): As a school committee candidate in Malden, I am already having discussions with how the school systems can attract new t…

Rhode Island moves to take over Providence schools, plagued by low student results and crumbling buildings » Boston Globe The Rhode Island Council on Elementary and Secondary Education on Tuesday granted Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green the authority to take control of Providence schools, an unprecedented i…

Future Brockton nurses, doctors to receive free college courses » Wicked Local Brockton Nearly 200 future nurses, doctors, home health aides and other healthcare workers will have the opportunity to earn college credits for free — all while taking their regular classes at Brockton High…

Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School sues state education officials for denying the school permission to expand » The Republican The Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School in Hadley is challenging in court a decision by state education officials denying the school permission to expand.…

The Most Gullible Man in Cambridge » The Cut It was just supposed to have been a quick Saturday-morning errand to buy picture hooks. On March 7, 2015, Harvard Law professor Bruce Hay, then 52, was in Tags Hardware in Cambridge, Massachusetts, ne…

Chinese immersion charter school sues state over expansion denials » Gazette Net The Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School is suing the state's education board over its past decisions to deny the school's expansion requests.…

UMass tuition freeze dies in budget talks » Boston Business Journal The approval Monday of a $43.1 billion state budget resolves a question that had kept University of Massachusetts officials from setting tuition rates for this fall, though students will have longer s…

Mass. lawmakers propose free community college » Worcester Telegram The Massachusetts Legislature is considering a program that would provide free community college to more residents.…

Private company will clean Saugus schools » Lynn Daily News Item Lynn-based Complete Cleaning Company, Inc. has taken over the custodial duties of the Saugus Public Schools.…

Falling Ceiling Tiles And Rusty Windows: Inside A Boston School Building Set For Closure » WBUR It doesn’t take long to notice that the Jackson/Mann school building in Allston is in bad shape. When you walk inside, it’s hard to miss the chipped paint on the walls and handrails. …

Environment

DeLeo’s GreenWorks Climate Change Bill Set for Vote in House » Banker & Tradesman The House is expected on Wednesday to debate and vote on legislation Speaker Bob DeLeo has championed to provide $1 billion over 10 years to help cities and towns prepare for and adjust to climate cha…

State Celebrates Polpis Harbor and Town Pier Dredging Projects on Nantucket » Cape Cod Online Lt. Governor Karyn Polito joined state and local officials at a ribbon cutting to celebrate completion of the Polpis Harbor Dredging Project on Nantucket last week.…

Beverly receives Massachusetts Dredging Program grant » Wicked Local Beverly Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito joined state and local officials in Hingham on Tuesday, July 23, to announce $3.6 million in Massachusetts Dredging Program grants to four communities, including a $1.4 million a…

DeLeo’s GreenWorks Bill Is Corruption [OPINION] » WBSM The Massachusetts House is set to debate and vote tomorrow on Speaker Bob DeLeo's $1.29 billion GreenWorks climate change initiative. If enacted, the legislation would allow the Commonwealth to dole o…

Tornado rips through Cape Cod » Cape Cod Times A severe storm with heavy winds swept through the Cape around noon on Tuesday, and while it lasted less than an hour, it left several communities without power and facing a lengthy cleanup that likely…

Gaming

Massachusetts Gaming Commission awards $4M to communities, organizations impacted by casinos » The Republican The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has awarded 21 mitigation grants to communities and organizations totaling $4.1 million, including new equipment for local police and continued rent assistance to a…

Some in Great Barrington champing at bit for input on Fairgrounds horse racing bill » Berkshire Eagle As lawmakers push ahead with a bill that would allow horse racing to resume at the Great Barrington Fairgrounds, some residents want to ensure that they have a say in the matter.…

Health Care

Massachusetts lawmakers approve compromise bill to lower Medicaid drug spending » STAT News Bowing to industry pressure, Massachusetts lawmakers on Monday approved a compromise measure that is designed to lower prescription drug spending for the state Medicaid program, although consumer advo…

MGH or MassGeneral? Hospital seeks to standardize its shorthand name » Boston Business Journal MGH, MassGeneral, MassGen — the nicknames for the state’s largest hospital run the gamut. But there could soon be a consensus on the shorthand moniker for Massachusetts General Hospital.…

Housing

Study finds 30 percent of parking spaces in new apartment buildings are going unused » Boston Globe Over the last couple of years, Kasia Hart has spent a lot of time sitting in parking lots in the middle of the night.…

2020 state budget could impact homeowners with crumbling foundations » Western Mass News The Crumbling Concrete Foundation Commission is holding a meeting as many homeowners continue to look for help with their crumbling foundations.…

Human Services

Should siblings be kept together in foster care? » The Republican That is the conversation Massachusetts lawmakers are having as they consider a bill that would require the state Department of Children and Families to prioritize sibling unity. …

Insurance

Insurance presents challenge to regulating new car-sharing industry » State House News Service The Financial Services Committee has plenty of recent experience learning about the ways technology is changing the economy and putting laws in place to regulate new services, like ride-for-hire compa…

Judiciary

Suffolk DA Rollins continues to intimidate those who dare criticize her » Sentinel & Enterprise Michael O'Keefe has a point. O'Keefe is the veteran district attorney for the Cape and the Islands.…

'Conrad's Law' Would Criminalize Suicidal Coercion In Mass. » WGBH The family of Conrad Roy, who died by suicide in 2014 after being coerced by his girlfriend Michelle Carter, will announce the filing of legislation Wednesday at the Massachusetts State House aimed at…

Massachusetts Senate To Vote On Bill That Would End Child Marriage » New England Public Radio Massachusetts lawmakers will vote Thursday on a bill that would end child marriage in the state. …

Labor

Equal Pay For Women? On 2020 Democratic Campaigns, It's Happening » WGBH When I reported here, three months ago, that women appeared to have achieved near-parity on Democratic Presidential campaign staffs, there was reason to wonder if that would last.…

Local Government

North Adams Housing Authority Still Waiting on Sun Cleaners » iBerkshires The Housing Authority is still waiting on the Sun Cleaners contamination report that is reportedly now 85 percent complete.…

Saugus selectman facing charges of theft from nonprofit, misuse of campaign funds » Boston Globe A Saugus selectman is among three former employees of the Boston Center for Adult Education facing criminal charges for allegedly stealing over $1.7 million from the nonprofit, Suffolk District Attorn…

Unions have paid Marty handsomely, as feds allege ‘payback’ in City Hall extortion trial » Boston Herald Mayor Martin Walsh — now spotlighted by feds at the center of a City Hall extortion trial — has been good to the unions and they’ve paid him back, showering him with hundreds of thousands of dol…

Brockton leaders kick off preparation for 2020 Census » The Enterprise City leaders kicked off planning for the 2020 national Census to help residents know why their participation matters and to get as many members of the community involved as possible.…

Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia clashes with city councilor over marijuana 'kickback' accusation » The Herald News Dueling shots were fired across the bow this week as the criminal defense attorney representing Jasiel Correia II sent a letter to City Councilor Shawn Cadime after the latter publicly accused the may…

North Adams Council Debates Reappointment, OKs Hybrid Cruiser » iBerkshires A normally routine reappointment turned into an extended and sometimes heated debate at Tuesday's City Council meeting. …

'Overlooked' places in New Bedford to benefit from grant » South Coast Today The city of New Bedford will receive a $40,000 grant to help transform "overlooked or undervalued places through creative placemaking initiatives."…

Politics

The expendability of women’s lives » Boston Globe If Albert Flick’s history of violence against women had been taken seriously, Kimberly Dobbie would still be alive.…

Morse Matriculates to National Politics… & a Faceoff with Neal » Western Mass Politics and Insight Alex Morse, the Paper City electoral wunderkind who became his hometown’s mayor at 22, formally kicked of his bid for Congress Monday night. Surrounded by supporters from various phases of his eight…

Republican John Cain running for Neal’s seat in 2020 » Gazette Net Though all eyes may seem fixed on the 2020 Democratic primary for Massachusetts' 1st Congressional District, a Republican hopeful has announced his candidacy for the seat.…

Green Party drops in on Salem » The Salem News While President Trump and the Democratic presidential contenders dominate the national scene, one of the country's lesser known political parties is taking a summer trip to the North Shore.…

Public Safety

Yarmouth police chief urges residents to stay inside after tornado downs trees, wires » WHDH Public safety officials are urging residents to stay inside as crews work through the night to clear downed power lines and trees after a tornado blew through the Cape Tuesday.…

In Quincy, Polito details state domestic violence campaign » Patriot Ledger Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito joined advocates at one of the state's largest domestic violence outreach organizations Tuesday afternoon to highlight a new public awareness campaign aimed at preventing abuse i…

Mass. lawmakers boost funding for elevator inspections in budget » Boston Business Journal A month after a Business Journal report found a large backlog of elevator inspections throughout the state, Massachusetts lawmakers have voted to increase funding for the department that oversees thos…

State Finance

Sen. Hinds Hopes Beacon Hill Can Learn From Late Budget » WAMC The new fiscal year began on July 1st in Massachusetts. But for the last three weeks, state legislators have struggled to finalize a spending plan for 2020. Now, the House and Senate have reached a co…

State Government

Gov. Charlie Baker orders flags to half-staff in honor of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens » The Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff on Tuesday in honor of United States Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens.…

George Cronin (1937—2019) » Dig Boston Massachusetts lost a great one last week. I don’t mean that in the way one superficially laments the passing of a shifty politician, or anyone who’s feared and perhaps even respected but not exact…

State government seeks community input on major transport and climate initiative » Worcester Mag Workshops about the Transportation Climate Initiative are coming to a Massachusetts town near you. Last Thursday, dozens of community members and city officials gathered at Clark University to partici…

Taxation

Mass. moves to expand tax on online sales » Boston Globe Lawmakers on Beacon Hill tucked language into the back of their new state budget this week that seeks to capitalize on the 2018 court ruling, in the South Dakota vs. Wayfair case. …

More online retailers will have to pay Mass. sales tax » Boston Business Journal As part of the state budget passed this week, the Legislature required more online retailers to collect and hand over sales taxes for transactions in the Bay State. Lawmakers expect the change to brin…

Transportation

MassDOT cites 6 options for Springfield-Boston rail » The Republican Commuter trains could link Boston and Springfield in as little as 90 minutes and as often as 10 or 12 times a day, MassDOT planners said during a meeting Tuesday with rail boosters and elected officia…

Distracted driving compromise still in the works » Taunton Gazette As the dust settles on the fiscal year 2020 budget negotiation the other conference committee at work this summer, negotiating distracted-driving legislation, continues to meet with no apparent timeli…

Walsh pitches ride-hailing fees as traffic solution » Commonwealth Magazine BOSTON MAYOR MARTY Walsh wants to reduce traffic choking city streets and enhance transit options in the city through a mixture of targeted taxes on ride-hailing services and investments by the MBTA.…

Bills look to extract more $$$ from hired rides » State House News Service East Boston Rep. Adrian Madaro was running late Tuesday morning to testify on legislation meant to address the frustrating congestion that plagues Boston's highways and main city streets and roads bec…

Pollack: RMV staff 'doing two things at once' » Milford Daily News A day after lawmakers cut short her chance to testify on a scandal at the Registry of Motor Vehicles because key witnesses did not show, Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack told a different gro…

RMV case: AG investigating Westfield Transport » Boston Herald Attorney General Maura Healey is investigating Westfield Transport, the company that employed the 23-year-old West Springfield truck driver who is charged with killing seven bikers in New Hampshire on…

Pollack sheds some light on RMV troubles » State House News Service A day after lawmakers cut short her chance to testify on a scandal at the Registry of Motor Vehicles because key witnesses did not show, Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack told a different gro…

Public deserves to hear from Registry of Motor Vehicles manager » Boston Herald Some tough questions for Thomas Bowes, head of a state board at the center of the growing Registry of Motor Vehicles scandal: …

Unused parking spots driving up cost of housing » Commonwealth Magazine Study finds a third of spaces at developments sit empty …

T notes: Capital spending reaches $1b » Commonwealth Magazine Foxboro commuter rail pilot schedule set …

Keep buses out of east-west rail plan, lawmaker says » Berkshire Eagle On a hotel memo pad, state Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli jotted "YES" and "NO" in black ink Tuesday beside each of six proposals to bolster passenger rail service.…

Uber and Lyft Cost the MBTA $20 Million a Year, a New Study Says » Boston Magazine That's two thirds of the recent fare increase, by the way. …

Mayor Walsh Wants To Increase Fees On Uber And Lyft Rides » WBUR Boston Mayor Marty Walsh wants to increase fees on your Uber and Lyft ride, with the aim of reducing congestion, cutting emissions and raising money for local governments.…

Study: Ride services eroding MBTA revenue base » State House News Service The MBTA went without more than $20 million last year in potential fare revenue from riders who decamped from the ailing public transit network for ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft, accordi…

Utilities

Feds shouldn’t stymie Mass. wind power » Boston Globe Who thought we’d miss Ryan Zinke? President Trump’s former interior secretary, who left office last winter dogged by a pack of ethical questions, got at least one thing right: He supported swift a…

45K without power after tornado hits Cape Cod, regional shelter open » Cape Cod Times An intense storm that included a tornado pummeled Cape Cod on Tuesday, lashing the peninsula with powerful winds and rain. …

Mass. delegation pushing for Vineyard Wind » State House News Service Members of Congress have become involved in trying to move Vineyard Wind forward, a top Baker administration official said Tuesday, as lobbying intensifies to advance what state officials hope will be…

Pacheco raises concerns on offshore wind pricing » Commonwealth Magazine Urges governor to reject language in budgetSen. Marc Pacheco of Taunton raised an interesting policy issue on Monday when he spoke out against a provision in the Legislature’s budget that would twea…

Ohio Gov DeWine signs controversial nuke subsidy bill » Utility Dive The Ohio House today approved legislation creating a customer-paid $1.1 billion subsidy for two nuclear power plants in northern Ohio. …

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Recipe of the Week

Joe Froggers Recipe

Yankee Magazine

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon hot water
  • 1 cup unsulphured dark molasses
  • 2-1/2 tablespoons dark rum, such as Gosling's
  • 3 - 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for work surface
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons table salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1-1/4 teaspoons ground ginger
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) salted butter, softened, plus more for baking sheets
  • 1 cup granulated sugar, plus more for rolling

Directions

In a medium bowl, whisk together hot water, molasses and rum. In a large second bowl, whisk together 3 cups flour with the baking soda, salt, and spices. Set aside.

In another large bowl, cream together butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 4 minutes.

Add one-third of the flour mixture to the butter and sugar and stir until evenly mixed. Add half the molasses mixture and beat to combine (stop occasionally to scrape down the sides). Repeat with another third of the flour mixture, then the remaining molasses mixture. Add the remaining third of the flour mixture and beat to combine. If dough seems too loose, add the extra 1/2 cup flour.

Divide the dough into two balls, cover with plastic wrap, and chill at least 1 hour and up to overnight.

Preheat oven to 375° and grease two baking sheets or line with parchment.

You have two options for shaping the cookies: On a floured surface, you can roll the dough out to a 1/2-inch thickness and use a floured 2-inch cookie cutter or drinking glass to cut the dough into rounds. Transfer the cookies to the prepared baking sheets, leaving about 2 inches between cookies. Alternately, you can skip the rolling and instead break walnut-sized pieces of dough and roll them into balls between your palms. Roll the balls in granulated sugar, then arrange 2 inches apart on the baking sheet. Press the bottom of a drinking glass onto each ball of dough, gently flattening it before baking.

Bake the cookies until they have set but still seem soft in the middle, about 10 minutes. Cool on wire racks. 


Press Releases

Massachusetts Weekly Unemployment Claimant Data 06-10-21 » MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

Senate Passes Post-Retirement Work Waiver Extension » Massachusetts Retirees

Tremont Strategies Group Welcomes New Additions To Government Affairs Team » Tremont Strategies Group

$4.6 Million Rapid Reemployment Grant Program Launches in Massachusetts » MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

MassDOT, MAPFRE Insurance Reminder: Summer Road Safety » MassDOT

Upcoming Wellington Circle Study Virtual Public Meeting » MassDOT

MassDEP Assesses Penalty to Sira Naturals for Environmental Violations at its Milford Manufacturing Facility » MA Department of Environmental Protection

What a Week It’s Been » Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance

Led by Sen. Lewis, Fair Share Amendment Advances to the Ballot » Office of MA State Senator Jason Lewis

MMA urges House to protect local control of municipal reprecincting process » Massachusetts Municipal Association

New Measures to Boost Home Ownership, Wages, and Economic Equity in Boston » City of Boston

Boston Police Department Police Reform Policy Update » City of Boston

On the Anniversary of 1982 Nuclear Weapons Freeze Rally in Central Park, Senator Markey and Rep. McGovern Reintroduce Expansive Legislation to Halt Dangerous 21ST Century Global Nuclear Arms Race » Office of U.S. Senator Ed Markey

Senator Markey Reintroduces Legislation to Protect Dr. Anthony Fauci, Research Institute Heads From Politically Motivated Termination » Office of U.S. Senator Ed Markey

AG Healey Sues Orthodontist for Illegally Charging MassHealth Patients for Missed or Cancelled Appointments » Office of MA Attorney General Maura Healey

Drawing Democracy Coalition Urges MA Senate to Pass Reprecincting Bill to Ensure Equitable Redistricting Process: » Massachusetts Immigration and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

Drought Conditions Improve in Some Commonwealth Regions, Worsen in Others » Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency


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