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10:00am Cannabis Control Commission Public Hearing, Health Policy Commission, 50 Milk Street, 8th Floor, Boston

5:30pm Department of Agricultural Resources Public Hearing, Middleborough Public Library, 102 North Main Street, Middleborough

5:30pm Open House for Boston City Council Candidate Jennifer Nassour

6:30pm New Bedford Green New Deal Town Hall with Sen. Ed Markey, Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School, 1121 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford

Must-Reads

South Shore Health puts CEO on leave » Boston Globe The leadership turmoil comes amid merger discussions between South Shore and Wellforce, the parent company of Tufts Medical Center, and after the abrupt departure earlier this month of Pamela Whelton,…

Housing must remain part of Southie development » Boston Globe while Boston has been meeting its intermediate housing targets, it’s still almost 40,000 housing units short of its 2030 goal — and a city with a chronic housing shortage risks losing its best and…

LAST SALES TAX HOLIDAY COST STATE UP TO $38 MIL » State House News Service DOR Commissioner Christopher Harding said the MBTA and School Modernization and Reconstruction Trust Fund — which receive a dedicated portion of the state's sales-tax revenue each year — each miss…

Barstool Sports Founder Threatens to Fire Employees Engaged in Unionizing, Which Is Against the Law » On Monday, he tweeted that he had heard employees of Bill Simmons’ The Ringer wanted to unionize, and included a link to his four-year-old rant on Barstool in the wake of Gawker writers unionizing a…

Zakarin brings organizing edge to anti-gun violence group » State House News Service The Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence launched in 2013, after 26 people were killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Conn. Zakarin in May became the group's first executive…

Curt Schilling says he might run for Congress in Arizona. Donald Trump loves the idea. » Boston.com (T)he outspokenly conservative former Red Sox pitcher told a radio host over the weekend that he was considering returning to his native Arizona to launch a congressional campaign against one of the s…

The Fight to Redefine Racism » The New Yorker (T)he pioneering black sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois was propping up racist ideas in 1897, when he condemned “the immorality, crime, and laziness among the Negroes.” So, too, was Barack Obama, when…

“Kochland” Examines the Koch Brothers’ Early, Crucial Role in Climate-Change Denial » The New Yorker A new book reveals that Charles Koch, along with his brother David, played an earlier and more central role in climate-change denial than was previously understood. …

Former House Speaker Sal DiMasi, fighting lobbying ban, continues to dispute incriminating details from federal corruption case » The Republican DiMasi’s attorney, Meredith Fierro, contested the court’s findings that led to DiMasi’s conviction. She also argued that the actions laid out in the federal corruption case should have elapsed u…

Male legislators earn much more from outside jobs than their female colleagues » POLITICONewYork Many more male state legislators hold outside jobs compared to their female colleagues, a POLITICO analysis shows, and those who do earn significantly more than women. …

Democratic Socialists look to take over New York's powerful labor unions » Politico A left leaning political organization that publicly backed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in her insurgent victory last year was also quietly plotting to penetrate another New York City power source - …

Progressive group launches $10 million online voter registration drive » Politico Citing an urgent need for young people and minorities to vote at higher rates in southern states where Democrats are coveting wins in 2020, the progressive group ACRONYM is launching a $10 million onl…

Massachusetts education official Keith Westrich, a former priest, leaves job after ‘substantiated allegations’ that he sexually abused a minor » The Republican Keith Westrich, associate commissioner at the Center for College, Career & Technical Education, was placed on leave after the allegations emerged, and stopped working for the department Aug. 9, accord…

Ken Cuccinelli: Statue Of Liberty Poem About ‘People Coming From Europe’ » HUFFPOST Ken Cuccinelli, the Trump administration’s acting head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, reinforced his controversial interpretation of the inscription on the Statue of Liberty ― this …

“Why haven’t we acted? This gun violence is a public health crisis and epidemic. This is an urban issue, it is a rural issue, it is a suburban issue, it is transcendent,” she said, chalking it up to “a deficit of political courage and leadership, despite a mandate from American citizens from every walk of life.”

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On inaction in Washington on gun reform

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Beltway Politics

The tinfoil hat presidency » Boston Globe President Trump never met a conspiracy theory that he wouldn’t spread like manure. Even before he invaded the White House, Trump rarely missed an opportunity to pump up unfounded rumors — such as …

New Hampshire Democrats plan to protest Donald Trump rally » Boston Herald President Trump’s re-election campaign says he supports the people’s right to free speech — as hundreds of Democratic activists plan to protest his rally here Thursday and police make plans to k…

Donald Trump, conspiratorialist in chief » Boston Globe During the course of our long history, certain of our presidents have had odd, unsupported, or downright conspiratorialist views.…

In New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders works to retain strong base of support » Boston Globe While most Democratic presidential candidates are worried about how they can build support, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may face a different task: how to retain as many supporters as he can from la…

On The Daily Show, Ayanna Pressley Sounded off about Guns » Boston Magazine Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley had a primetime audience Monday night on Comedy Central, where she sat in at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and shared her takes on gun reform, President T…

GOP challenger Weld denounces Trump's 'pathetic' boasting in El Paso » Yahoo News Bill Weld, a former Massachusetts governor and now a Republican presidential candidate, called President Trump “pathetic” for bragging about crowd sizes while visiting victims and medical staff at…

Sen. Ed Markey to Stop in New Bedford to Promote Green New Deal » WBSM U.S. Senator Ed Markey is keeping busy during the August Congressional recess by making stops around the Bay State to promote the Green New Deal Resolution.…

Business

GE's Culp makes big stock buy in face of analyst’s pessimism » Boston Business Journal General Electric Co. CEO Larry Culp bought $3 million worth of the company’s stock on Monday — the same day that GE’s most notorious skeptic expressed pessimism about its performance going forwa…

Xontogeny, accelerator launched by former Sarepta CEO, preps five new biotechs » Boston Business Journal The first startup to move up through former Sarepta Therapeutics CEO Chris Garabedian's accelerator just raised $60 million to push it through mid-stage clinical trials. Now, he's preparing to bring s…

Boston rates a 'B-' in small business rankings » Boston Business Journal When it comes to small-business friendliness, Boston isn't tops in the nation — but it could do a lot worse.…

Renovation of Boston's Hotel Alexandra gets zoning board's OK » Boston Business Journal On Tuesday night, the Boston Zoning Board of Appeal approved a plan to renovate the historic Alexandra Hotel on the edge of Boston’s South End and Roxbury neighborhoods, creating a 150-room boutique…

Cannabis

Weed’s Legal Limbo: Pot, Worker’s Rights And Driver Safety » WGBH As Massachusetts continues to slowly roll out the legal sale of marijuana approved by voters three years ago, a few areas of continued contention have arisen. The Boston Globe earlier highlighted the …

Author of 1972 marijuana bill to CCC: "I told you so" » State House News Service Former Congressman Barney Frank shuffled to the table in front of four members of the Cannabis Control Commission with the assistance of a cane Wednesday morning and unfolded a piece of paper he wante…

Education

Court Dismisses Lawsuit By Students Who Claim Segregated, Inferior Education » New England Public Radio A federal court has upheld a decision to throw out a lawsuit filed on behalf of students with disabilities in Springfield, Massachusetts. …

Lasell College in Newton to become a university » Boston Business Journal The college, which became a four-year institution in 1989 and became co-ed in 1998, said in a release Tuesday that it has been granted university status by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education.…

Mass. education official leaves post after being included on list of clergy sex abuse claims in St. Louis » Boston Globe An associate commissioner for the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has left his position after he was included on a list of 61 former Catholic priests in Missouri credibly accuse…

Early college students building confidence, credits » The Herald News Of all the things recent high school graduates across Massachusetts will do this month to prepare for college, there’s one step Julissa Bejar feels she can skip: worrying about what it will be like …

Environment

Massachusetts Among 22 States Suing Trump Administration Over New Coal Rules » CBS Boston A coalition of 22 Democratic-led states, including Massachusetts, sued the Trump administration Tuesday over its decision to ease restrictions on coal-fired power plants. Attorney General Maura Healey…

Scientists Concerned As More Swimmers Choose Kettle Ponds Over Cape Cod Beaches » CBS Boston Summer is in full swing, and there is no surprise people are looking for great places to cool off. While the ocean is a great choice, some folks have been reluctant to swim off the coast of Cape Cod i…

LETTER: Climate change legislation » Wicked Local Plymouth Over the past few years Plymouth experienced some of the worst winter storms we’ve seen in decades. The damage to our beaches, roads, docks, and seawalls from winter storms Riley and Grayson was sev…

Our view: Walking the walk to get action » Gloucester Times Not long after World War II, when federal officials unveiled plans to turn the former Chesapeake and Ohio Canal into a highway to speed drivers from Cumberland, Maryland, to Washington, D.C., Supreme …

Report: Water quality woes common at Mass. beaches » State House News Service Water at more than 200 Massachusetts beaches tested positive for potentially hazardous levels of bacteria last year, environmental advocates announced Tuesday, prompting calls for new regulations to b…

Report: These are the most polluted beaches in Massachusetts » The Republican A new report, released Tuesday by Environment Massachusetts and Frontier Group, details potentially unsafe levels of pollution at 200 Bay State beaches in 2018.…

Gaming

Encore: No changes to security policies following trio of brawls » Boston Herald Encore Boston Harbor and the state police aren’t planning any changes after a series of early morning brawls — though the Boston City Council public safety vice chairman says the casino has to get…

Health Care

Study shows LGBT disparity in health care » Boston Globe A new study, led by a Boston University researcher, has found that women who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual have less access to healthcare after cancer treatment than heterosexual women.…

South Shore Health places top two executives on paid leave » Boston Business Journal A week after the departure of its president, South Shore Health has placed its top two executives on paid administrative leave.…

Status hearing scheduled for Dracut doctor whose opioid prescriptions allegedly led to patient’s death » The Valley Dispatch A status hearing has been scheduled for next month in the case of a retired Dracut doctor who allegedly illegally prescribed opioids that resulted in an at-risk patient’s death.…

Immigration

Our Opinion: Cruel targeting of legal immigrants » Berkshire Eagle The Trump administration unveiled Monday its latest volley toward the immigrant communities this president has demonized since the start of his campaign. This effort, a harsh reinterpretation of exist…

Feds tighten migrant rules » The Salem News State leaders and immigration advocates are criticizing new federal rules that will require immigrants to show they won't be a burden on taxpayers, saying the regulations will hurt families seeking he…

Amesbury mayor: 'Let people vote' on state sanctuary law » Newburyport News During an appearance on Local Pulse over the weekend, Mayor Ken Gray discussed his support of a proposed referendum for the 2020 election that would prevent Massachusetts from becoming a sanctuary sta…

Insurance

Two of the state's largest insurers sign agreement to merge » Boston Business Journal Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan on Wednesday signed an agreement to merge, a deal that would bring together the state’s second and third largest insurers, creating a powerhouse to …

Tufts Health Plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care are combining » Boston Globe Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, two of the state’s largest providers of health insurance, on Wednesday announced plans to combine their two organizations into a new company that w…

Judiciary

Salary Reinstated For Judge Accused Of Aiding Wanted Immigrant » CBS Boston The judge charged with helping an immigrant escape a federal agent waiting to arrest him at a courthouse will have her salary reinstated, the Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled. Newton District Court J…

Judge Shelley Joseph, accused of helping man evade ICE agents, will have salary reinstated while she fights federal charges » The Republican The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled Tuesday that Newton District Court Judge Shelley Richmond Joseph’s salary will be reinstated while she faces federal charges that she helped a man avoi…

Mass. Judge Accused Of Aiding Wanted Immigrant Gets Pay Restored » New England Public Radio The highest court in Massachusetts says a judge charged with helping an immigrant escape a federal agent waiting to arrest him can be paid while her legal battle plays out. …

Chapman at undisclosed medical facility » Gloucester Times Child rapist Wayne Chapman is being treated for health problems at an undisclosed medical facility in Boston, despite being listed by the state Sex Offender Registry as homeless, his attorney said Tue…

High court reinstates Judge Shelley Joseph’s salary, $51G in back pay » Boston Herald State judge Shelley Richmond Joseph’s $184,000 annual salary will be reinstated during her suspension over federal obstruction charges for allegedly helping a Dominican illegal immigrant slip out of…

Labor

GE's largest union OKs agreement, putting labor woes to rest » Boston Business Journal The recent labor unrest at General Electric Co. came to an end on Tuesday when members of the IUE-CWA union — including workers at the GE plant in Lynn — voted to approve a labor agreement after r…

GE’s largest union votes to ratify contract, Lynn branch calls off strike » Lynn Daily News Item The company’s largest union, International Union of Electrical Workers — Communications Workers of America (IUE-CWA) voted to ratify a revised four-year labor contract on Tuesday night. …

Legislative

Cyr hires health care advocate as legislative director » Cape Cod Times State Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, has hired Elizabeth Ganz to be the new legislative director and general counsel for his office.…

Local Government

Despite hurdles, Winchester group persists to make community swimming pool a reality » Wicked Local Winchester Remember the talk about the swimming pool complex on Skillings Field that spurred a heated debate in town? Well, Swim Winchester is still at it, steadily inching toward making their dream of a communi…

Towns Not Likely To Qualify For FEMA Funds For Tornado Damage » The Cape Cod Chronicle Municipal expenditures related to the July 23 tornado are not likely to reach the threshold required for federal reimbursement, local officials say.…

Dedham aims to muzzle gun shop as proposed shop stirs town to consider zoning bylaw changes » The Metro West Daily News Over the past week, many Dedham residents have made it plain they don’t want a gun shop close to a playground or school.…

Lawrence's preliminary election in danger » The Eagle Tribune For possibly the first time ever, there will be no citywide preliminary election this fall because with the exception of one district, there aren't enough candidates running for office.…

State budget includes $30K for Buzzell Senior Center in Wilmington » Wilmington’s legislative delegation, Sen. Minority Leader Bruce Tarr, Rep. David Robertson and Rep. Ken Gordon, succeeded in securing $30,000 in the new state fiscal year 2020 budget for necessary r…

Politics

Annual picnic galvanizes Marblehead Democrats » Wicked Local Over 200 people piled into the Gerry 5 VFA function hall Monday night for the Marblehead Democratic Town Committee’s summertime picnic.…

PETER LUCAS: Aides’ trial verdict puts cap on Marty Walsh’s ambitions » Lowell Sun What’s next for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh? Well, it’s highly unlikely that he will run for governor the next time around, not with the conviction last week of two top aides on charges of conspiracy…

Hackerama revives another political career » Boston Herald The hack du jour is Mark Lawton. Who’s that? you ask, as well you might. Lawton is 70 years old, hasn’t been on a ballot since 1982, and since 2010 he’s been grabbing the state kiss in the mail …

Public Health

Kit helps keep drugs out of the wrong hands » Lowell Sun The process is easy. Tear open a black, zip-lock pouch. Throw your pills in it. Add a few ounces of water. Wait 30 seconds. Shake the packet. Throw it away.…

Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts » Boston Globe Methamphetamine, an illegal drug that has long plagued the West and Midwest, has finally taken hold in Massachusetts, posing a daunting new challenge to a state still grappling with the opioid crisis.…

Boston Council revisits safe injection sites amid tensions over South End sweep » Boston Globe A week after tensions over open drug use and disorderly conduct boiled over in a South End neighborhood, city councilors revisited the potential for safe injections sites in Boston, even as many munic…

Somerville Mayor Plans To Open A Supervised Consumption Site Next Year » WBUR Despite opposition from federal prosecutors, the mayor of Somerville is pledging to open a clinic next year where doctors and nurses would monitor illegal drug use and could reverse an overdose.…

It’s code red for EEE in nine communities south of Boston » Boston Globe There will be no more evening concerts on the lawn at Middleborough Town Hall this summer – forget about hearing the Vegas Valentinos — and all outdoor activities, including youth football, have b…

In Opening a Safe Injection Site, Somerville Would Call Feds’ Bluff » Boston Magazine Safe injection sites, where users can inject drugs under the supervision of medical professionals, have been overwhelmingly supported by Massachusetts doctors, have been shown to be successful at redu…

Public Safety

Judge denies Healey’s motion to quash cops’ testimony in gun suit » Boston Herald A federal judge has denied Attorney General Maura Healey’s motion to quash testimony from local police departments in a firearms lawsuit, a ruling an attorney for the gun retailers suing over her so…

Elizabeth Warren’s latest ‘reckless’ knock on cops angers police chiefs » Boston Herald Massachusetts police chiefs are blasting U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren for the second time in a year over “reckless” comments about law enforcement in what they call “another slap in the face” th…

Mass shootings and the mental health lie » Boston Globe Depending on your definition of “mass shooting,” there have been between 250 and 300 mass shootings in the United States in 2019. We know some of their names: El Paso, Gilroy, Dayton, Virginia Bea…

Police group blasts Warren over Ferguson comments » Commonwealth Magazine Tweet at odds with Justice Department report on Michael Brown death …

Homeless man seeks $700K from city of Northampton over alleged police misconduct » Gazette Net A homeless man whom police pepper-sprayed and arrested on the steps of City Hall in August 2017 is seeking $700,000 in damages from the city and local officials after he was acquitted of several charg…

The Smith and Wesson calling for assault weapons ban are not the iconic Springfield gun maker » The Republican Smith and Wesson are calling on their state and federal representatives to ban military-style assault rifles in the wake of recent shootings in Texas and in Ohio.…

Rachael Rollins: William Barr is a ‘social injustice’ prosecutor » Boston Herald Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins is firing back at Attorney General William Barr, calling him a “social injustice” prosecutor after the nation’s top law-enforcement official bashed prog…

Editorial: Conspiracy theories or not, prison reform is needed » Valley Advocate The suicide death in jail of billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has sparked confusion and outrage across the nation, and many ill-founded conspiracy theories online.…

Impaired driving campaign targets young men » The Eagle Tribune Television ads featuring people sharing their perceptions about driving after consuming cannabis, alcohol, or other drugs are rolling out as part of a public service campaign targeting men aged 18 to …

State Government

"Heroes among us" honored at State House » State House News Service Residents from around Massachusetts gathered Tuesday to be honored by the Boston Celtics for extraordinary actions.…

Baker, Pence Discussed Trade Deal In Nantucket » CBS Boston Shortly after Vice President Mike Pence touched down on Nantucket last weekend, he and Gov. Charlie Baker had a conversation about the trade deal the Trump administration negotiated with Mexico and Ca…

Taxation

Sales tax holiday on tap this weekend » Gazette Net Businesses and consumers in Massachusetts are gearing up for the annual sales tax holiday that arrives this weekend, when the state will forgo millions of dollars in revenue in an effort to drive econ…

Transportation

How old are the Red Line signals? They don’t even make parts anymore » Boston Globe Why, oh, why does it take five months to fix the Red Line signal system? Please don’t tell me the MBTA blacksmiths are forging parts one by one.…

The Green Line Extension Has MBTA Officials “Very Worried” » Boston Magazine The MBTA revealed Monday that a crucial part of construction is two months behind schedule. …

Managed lanes? Here’s a closer look at Charlie Baker’s congestion pricing alternative » Boston.com Last week’s study on traffic in Massachusetts presented a number of potential solutions for the Boston area’s congestion problem.…

New MBTA Orange Line Trains Hit Tracks » Brookline Patch Make way for the shiny new Orange Line. It's going to have a new security system, new-style seating and digital signs. The new trains will also arrive at stations every 4 to 4 1/2 minutes, according t…

Orange Line riders get quick look at new trains » State House News Service As the first brand-new Orange Line cars in decades rolled into service Wednesday, public officials expressed hope that the key step toward revamping the system would mark the start of more tangible im…

Utilities

Federal regulators approve sale of Pilgrim nuclear plant » Boston Globe A year after the company that owns Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station announced it was selling the now-shuttered plant, the staff of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Tuesday approved the sale to Holtec…

Vineyard Wind review could extend into 2020 » Commonwealth Magazine Federal agency says final environmental report not likely until next year …

Fed study of offshore wind could run into 2020 » State House News Service With a critical permit for the Vineyard Wind project on hold so the federal government can launch a new study of the burgeoning offshore wind industry and its potential consequences, the agency conduc…

NRC to approve Pilgrim license transfer » Cape Cod Times The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff published a formal notification Tuesday announcing plans to approve the direct transfer of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station’s operating license from Entergy Corp…

NRC set to approve Pilgrim's sale, license transfer » State House News Service Federal nuclear energy regulators are prepared to approve the sale and license transfer of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Staton in Plymouth to a company that intends to conduct an "accelerated decommissioning…

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Recipe of the Week

Makes 4 Servings

Ingredients


¼    cup pine nuts
2    small zucchini (about 12 ounces total)
1½    tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper, to taste
Finely grated rindand juiceof 1 lemon
3    tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into slices
12    ounces (¾ pound) spaghetti
½    cup packed mint leaves, torn into pieces
1    lemon, quartered (for serving)

Directions

1. In a small, dry skillet over medium-low heat, toast the pine nuts, stirring often, for 3 minutes, or until they are lightly browned; set aside.

2. With a mandoline or a sharp thin knife, slice the zucchini into thin rounds. In a bowl, toss them with olive oil, using your hands to coat the slices. Sprinkle with salt and toss again.

3. In a large bowl that will hold the pasta later, combine the lemon rind and juice and butter.

4. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the spaghetti and cook for 10 minutes, or until it is tender but still has some bite. With a heatproof measuring cup, scoop out ¼ cup of the pasta cooking water; drain the spaghetti into a colander but do not rinse it.

5. Add the reserved ¼ cup pasta water to the bowl of butter and lemon, and whisk until the butter is mostly melted. Add the hot pasta to the bowl and toss to coat the spaghetti. Add plenty of salt and pepper, half the zucchini slices, and half the mint; toss again.

6. Divide the spaghetti among 4 shallow bowls and top with the remaining zucchini, mint, and pine nuts. Serve hot or at room temperature with lemon wedges.


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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