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9:00am China Day Reception, Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am Cannabis Control Commission Public Hearing, Western New England University School of Law, Moot Court Room, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs Public Hearing, Leverett Saltonstall Building, 100 Cambridge Street, 2nd Floor, Conference Room B, Boston

6:00pm A Public Meeting with Rep. Joe McGonagle, Parlin Library, 410 Broadway, Everett

6:00pm Fundraiser for Sen. Julian Cyr with Congresswoman Katherine Clark and Rep. Sarah Peake

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Weymouth Town Council Candidate Pascale Burga

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Framingham City Council Candidate Mario Alvarez

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Brockton City Council Candidate Kevin Borges

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Methuen City Council Candidate Mike Simard

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Brockton School Committee Candidate Tony Rodrigues

6:30pm Campaign Kickoff for Everett City Council Candidate Stephanie Martins

7:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Pittsfield City Council Candidate Patrick Kavey

Must-Reads

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 …

Iowa’s Steve King asks whether there would be ‘any population of the world left’ if not for rape, incest » Boston Globe Defending his opposition to abortion even in cases of rape or incest, US Representative Steve King of Iowa asked whether “there [would] be any population of the world left” if people born of those…

Feds’ delay puts crucial tax credit in jeopardy for Vineyard Wind » Boston Globe What’s the big deal? Missing that deadline could cause the generous 24 percent tax credit that Vineyard Wind had expected to disappear like the wind. …

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…

Former Massachusetts GOP candidates concerned over party’s ‘troubling’ spending » Boston Herald The previously cash-strapped, losing state candidates wrote in a letter to Lyons Wednesday that they’re concerned about the “recent revelations of troubling spending practices” that took place w…

POFTAK: BAKER'S $50 MIL BILL NOT NEEDED FOR FALL PLANS » State House News Service A Gov. Charlie Baker bill seeking $50 million for short-term MBTA improvements is not necessary for an accelerated-repair plan this fall, but the money could speed up the work or advance similar proje…

‘Corey is a political hack’: Lewandowski Senate bid hits backlash in N.H. » Politico Republicans in the state fear Donald Trump will talk up a potential run by his bombastic former aide during a rally Thursday. …

The End of the Filibuster May Loom » Sabato's Crystal Ball Neither side has a practical path to 60 Senate votes, which may imperil the practice …

Netanyahu appears poised to block Omar, Tlaib from entering Israel ahead of a planned weekend visit » Washington Post Denying entry to Omar and Tlaib would likely deepen the divide between the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Democrats, who have privately said that such a move would be inconsistent…

The New Stephen Miller » The Atlantic In Ken Cuccinelli, President Trump’s biggest immigration hard-liner has found the consummate ideological ally. …

Discrimination Undercuts 'Choice' In Housing Choice Voucher Program, Boston Fed Study Finds » WBUR Many Boston-area families who receive federal housing assistance face discrimination when hunting for an apartment, and that could limit where those families choose to live, according to a recent stud…

“You can see I am getting old, but there is one thing that I have found improves with age and that is the pleasure of being able to say, ‘I told you so,’” Frank told the commission at a public hearing on proposed industry regulations. “And it does not require pills before, during, or after you do it.”

Former Congressman Barney Frank

Testifying before the Cannabis Control Commission

News By Category
Beltway Politics

This is no time for the US president to go wobbly on democracy » Boston Globe China may be on the verge of making a historic mistake in Hong Kong, on par with its disastrous crackdown on peaceful Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. Americans, starting with the president, should …

With liberal agenda, Warren seeks to win over moderates » Boston Globe It’s been one of the central worries many Democrats have expressed about her campaign: How can Senator Elizabeth Warren — liberal firebrand, Cambridge resident, and former Harvard Law School profe…

Trump has work to do in N.H. to drum up support, strategists and activists say » Boston Herald As Donald Trump looks to fire up his base Thursday night in New Hampshire, GOP political strategists and activists say the president needs to tout his economic successes, push back at “socialism” …

Elizabeth Warren ripped again over tweet criticizing cops » Boston Herald Police officers are slamming U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren for “political pandering” they say could get cops and citizens “hurt and killed” in the second round of criticism this week from law enf…

Trump is coming to New Hampshire, where voters feel more strongly than ever about him » Boston Globe President Trump, who lost New Hampshire by the slimmest of margins in 2016, will kick off his bid to flip the state into his column Thursday, mustering his fan base with a nighttime rally in Mancheste…

Joe Kennedy: This moment isn’t about my grandfather Robert Kennedy’s legacy. It is about our own. » Washington Post On the night the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered, Robert F. Kennedy climbed onto the back of a flatbed truck in Indianapolis and addressed a largely African American crowd that had yet to hea…

Business

Could Facebook become an independent state? » Boston Globe After years of operating with little government regulation or interference, Facebook and Alphabet (Google) are now on the menu of regulatory agencies and oversight committees, here in the United State…

Five things we just learned about WeWork » Boston Globe WeWork is on the verge of becoming the biggest renter of office space in downtown Boston. It’s also on the verge of becoming a publicly traded company.…

Under new local exec, HSBC aims for Boston’s global businesses » Boston Business Journal The banking giant HSBC Holdings PLC has been in Boston for a few decades, although you might not know it if you’re not in the financial services industry.…

Guest columnist Tom Gardner: Local newspapers in the ‘twilight zone’ — will they last? » Gazette Net Did you hear about the convicted extortionist who was elected to the Northampton City Council? Wish you had known? Or what about the flat-earther elected to the Amherst School Committee?…

Worcester mayor bashes GateHouse after longtime columnist cut » Boston Business Journal After 26 years at the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, columnist Clive McFarlane was laid off this week by parent company GateHouse Media, prompting Mayor Joseph Petty to declare, "There is no more real …

Micro hotels are the next big thing in Boston » Boston Globe When guests walk into the soon-to-open Moxy hotel in the Theatre District, they won’t see a reception desk. Instead, the first thing that will come into view is a truck that has been retrofitted as …

Government Purchasers Could Do Far More to Help Minority-Owned Businesses » Governing They need to correct the long history of discrimination baked into the system. …

AG Announces Over $1 Million in Grant Funding for Local Consumer Advocacy Programs » Cape Cod Today Attorney General Maura Healey announced that her office has awarded $1.17 million in grant funding to 17 local consumer advocacy programs across the state. …

Madoff whistleblower accuses GE of fraud, sending stock down » Boston Business Journal General Electric Co. lost more than $8 billion in value Thursday morning after a researcher who called out Bernie Madoff’s fraud scheme has published a 175-page report claiming GE has committed tens…

Cannabis

Your marijuana delivery is here — now smile for the body cam » Boston Globe The doorbell rings and you peek through the window: It’s your friendly neighborhood marijuana deliverywoman.…

Third pot shop seeks agreement with Belchertown » Gazette Net A third marijuana dispensary is settings its sights on a historic building in Belchertown, which the dispensary's owners say they hope to restore.…

Marijuana delivery cams stir privacy, safety debate » State House News Service Consumer privacy and public safety concerns collided Wednesday as a proposal to require that marijuana delivery drivers wear body cameras and record each delivery on video emerged as a flashpoint in t…

Barney Frank, author of 1972 marijuana bill, tells CCC: “I told you so” » Boston Globe 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

Legislature should look to private donations to fund UMass » Commonwealth Magazine HIGHER EDUCATION FUNDING and the cost of attending the University of Massachusetts generated significant controversy in the budget just passed by the Massachusetts Legislature and signed by Gov. Charl…

Environment

What’s The Cost Of Destroying A Species? » WBUR Not too long ago, from an eighth-floor window of a Cambridge office building, I watched a peregrine falcon strike a pigeon in midair, killing it in an astonishing display of speed and power.…

As protesters, loggers clash at Wendell State Forest, Department of Conservation and Recreation officials ‘refuse to meet or speak,’ to protesters » The Republican The Department of Conservation and Recreation has not responded to requests from Wendell State Forest protesters to air their concerns.…

'The planet is running a fever'; Sen. Ed Markey in New Bedford in call for Green New Deal » South Coast Today “The question isn’t can we afford to do the Green New Deal, the question is can we afford not to do the Green New Deal,” Sen. Edward Markey told a crowd of over 100 people gathered at Greater Ne…

Peabody's Big Y ditches plastic bags » The Salem News It could be the middle of September before an ordinance to ban single-use plastic shopping bags comes before the Peabody City Council. But the Big Y on Lowell Street wasn't waiting for this or a propo…

2°C: BEYOND THE LIMIT » Washington Post Extreme climate change has arrived in America …

Letter: State's rivers must be protected » Gloucester Times The Merrimack River is a vital resource for New England, providing drinking water to half a million Massachusetts residents. The presence of untreated sewage in our river is unacceptable and threatens…

Gaming

Great Barrington Grapples With Horse Racing Questions At Selectboard Meeting » WAMC There is plenty of confusion as locals consider the possibility of horse racing returning to Great Barrington, Massachusetts. …

Lawmakers assure Great Barrington officials: Local permits required to reintroduce horse racing at Fairgrounds » the Berkshire edge At the request of the selectboard, Town Manager Mark Pruhenski sent an email on July 24 to state Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli, D-Lenox, and state Sen. Adam Hinds, D-Pittsfield, who represent G…

Health Care

Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts to pursue merger » Commonwealth Magazine Combined entity would become strong rival to Blue Cross Blue Shield …

Insurers Harvard Pilgrim And Tufts Health Plan Say They'll Merge » WBUR Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, the second- and third-largest health insurers in Massachusetts, respectively, say they plan to merge.…

Human Services

Where Nonprofits Are Most Prevalent in America » Governing When a community is in fiscal trouble, nonprofits are often a big help. But some places have far fewer of them. …

Immigration

The racist intent of Trump’s new immigration rule » Boston Globe If there’s one surefire way to inflame President Trump and his supporters, it’s to point out that his words (and theirs) are racist.…

Temporary Protected Status immigrants rally outside federal courthouse » Boston Globe Karla Morales Villalobo, 22, aspires to be a doctor in the United States and is in her last year pursuing a biology degree at the University of Massachusetts Boston, but her plans might be foiled unde…

Protesters outside R.I. detention center nearly hit by pickup truck » Boston Globe Protesters who had positioned themselves across the road entering the Wyatt Detention Center in Rhode Island Wednesday night narrowly avoided being hurt when a pickup truck allegedly driven by a guard…

Healey Among AGs Suing Trump Administration Over 'Public Charge' Immigration Rule » WBUR Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is among those in 13 states that have filed a lawsuit challenging a Trump administration rule that'll allow immigration officials to deny green cards to mig…

Insurance

State Officials To Determine If Tufts Health-Harvard Pilgrim Merger Could Inflate Health Costs » WGBH The proposed merger between Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care would create a sizable new health insurer to compete with market giant Blue Cross Blue Shield. Now, state officials are ev…

Labor

Qdoba cited for more than 1,000 child labor law violations in Mass. » Boston Business Journal Qdoba, the San Diego-based Mexican restaurant chain, has been hit with a $409,400 penalty for violating child labor laws in Massachusetts, according to state Attorney General Maura Healey’s office.…

Unions prod lawmakers to override Baker veto » The Andover Townsman Labor leaders are urging lawmakers to move quickly to override Gov. Charlie Baker's veto of a proposal giving unions more access to public sector workers.…

Massachusetts continues funding marine industry workforce development » Boating Industry Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker formally approved the state’s budget with continued funding for the Massachusetts Marine Trades Association’s (MMTA) Workforce Development and Career Technical…

Local Government

City council approves grant » The Reminder The Agawam City Council met Aug. 5 for their first meeting of the month, where they voted to approve a grant for the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Program and to appropriate thousands of dollar…

The teens who discovered TD Garden failed to host local sports fund-raisers? They won’t get their ice rink, after all » Boston Globe It appears the youth of Jackson Square won’t be getting their ice rink, after all. In a feat of heroic fund-raising and investigative work, neighborhood teenagers had forced the company that runs TD…

Great Barrington official allegedly stole over $100K from town coffers » Berkshire Eagle A longtime Great Barrington employee is facing larceny and embezzlement charges for allegedly stealing over $100,000 of town money while working in the treasurer/collector's office.…

Provincetown officials rethink online discussion page » Cape Cod Times When David Panagore came to Provincetown as the new town manager in 2015, he brought the idea to have an open Facebook group called Town Talk.…

End in sight for Amherst Groff Park spray park project — and summer » Gazette Net As summer winds down, construction of the town's first spray park continues, though it remains uncertain whether the site will be ready for children to use this season.…

Egleston Square: A City Divided in Life and Death » the Scope Two stops on the Orange Line. That’s all it takes to erase a quarter-century off of your life. Boston is a city segregated by race, income and education. No statistic, however, shows Boston’s ineq…

Lowell Council backs additional voting option » Lowell Sun Councilors unanimously supported a motion brought forward by Councilor Edward Kennedy on Tuesday to request the city’s Law Department to ask the court to add another option to the consent decree a f…

Greyhound Friends gets new license in Hopkinton. But opponents aren't backing down. » The Metro West Daily News For the past two years, the shelter has come under fire by former board, staff members and residents for not providing proper or timely care for some of the dogs and having improper cages for the dogs…

Selectmen notebook » The Sun Chronicle Barely six weeks after the program was launched on a limited basis, plans to relocate the new multi-town regional dispatch agency to permanent quarters off Route 1 are continuing to move forward.…

Coalition challenges Tubman House sale » The Bay State Banner Opponents of a plan to redevelop the Harriet Tubman House as condos are pointing to deed restrictions on the South End building and calling for the proposal to be scrapped. The neighborhood’s urban …

Mashpee weighs wastewater management options » Cape Cod Times The Board of Selectmen is considering handing responsibility of the multimillion-dollar wastewater infrastructure project over to the Mashpee Water District and a yet-to-be-created sewer district.…

Town moves to abolish Sewer Commission » Athol Daily News Voters at the recent special town meeting approved an article to do away with the town’s Sewer Commission. The article instructed the Selectboard to seek passage of special legislation allowing the …

A Fall River City Council Meeting Flew Off the Rails After Mayor Jasiel Correia Showed Up Uninvited » Boston Magazine The Mayor is governing while under indictment. …

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.…

Politics

Letter to the Editor: Dems say thanks » Lynn Daily News Item The Lynn Democratic City Committee (LDCC) recently hosted its annual family cookout and food drive that was held at the Lynn Museum, an event that brought together many families, friends and elected o…

Mazzeo Decries Business As Usual Politics In Pittsfield Mayoral Campaign » WAMC Saying she’s fed up with business as usual, Pittsfield, Massachusetts city councilor Melissa Mazzeo is running for mayor in this fall’s municipal election.…

Public Health

Activist warns Somerville against creating its ‘own Methadone Mile’ » Boston Herald Hub community activist Domingos DaRosa has seen drug addicts shoot up, defecate and expose themselves. He’s picked up countless dirty needles and found feces on the field where he coaches youth foot…

Somerville officials defending mayor’s plans for safe injection site » Boston Herald Somerville city councilors are defending Mayor Joe Curtatone’s plan to open a safe injection site in the city as soon as next year despite the threat of law enforcement action by the feds, while bru…

State Finds Unsafe Levels of Fecal Bacteria at Over 200 Beaches » WBSM State researchers and environmental advocates say unsafe levels of pollution was detected in the waters of more than 200 beach locations in Massachusetts last year. …

Mass. beaches get tough water quality grade » Commonwealth Magazine 223 of 583 sites sampled poorly …

In Opening a Safe Injection Site, Somerville Would Call Feds’ Bluff » Boston Magazine Mayor Joe Curtatone says the city plans to launch one as early as next year. …

Opioid Prescribing Guidelines Are Slowing The Flow Of Pills — But Progress Is Slow » WBUR When they started practicing medicine, most surgeons say, there was little or no information about just how many pain pills patients needed after specific procedures.…

Public Safety

Marijuana most common drug found in drivers involved in fatal Massachusetts crashes » Boston Herald Marijuana was the most prevalent drug found in drivers involved in fatal Massachusetts crashes from 2013 to 2017, according to the Baker administration, which launched an impaired-driving campaign Wed…

I-Team: Startling Number Of House-Arrestees Escape GPS Ankle Bracelets » CBS Boston Nearly 8,000 people in Massachusetts are avoiding lockup by being on house arrest with electronic monitoring instead. But the I-Team found that every year, dozens of them go missing. Some are found ri…

Four Mass. State Police troopers who had suspensions overturned by Civil Service Commission in March still remain suspended as decision is appealed » The Republican Four Massachusetts State Police troopers who had their suspensions overturned by the state’s Civil Service Commission in March remain suspended without pay as the Massachusetts State Police appealed…

'This should shock us' » The Andover Townsman Leah Parrott, Emily Swenson and many others are angry about the large-scale shooting rampages that have claimed so many victims in America.…

Worcester police to be deposed in assault weapons case » Worcester Telegram A federal magistrate judge in Worcester Tuesday denied a motion filed by Attorney General Maura T. Healey’s office seeking to stop four police departments from testifying as to their understanding o…

As public skepticism of police increases, departments are changing their approach to recruitment » Boston Globe Recruiting police officers used to be pretty simple, Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes recalled. Post an opening and watch the resumes roll in. The job, offering a solid income and a chance to serve the…

Governor's new campaign highlights impaired driving » Western Mass News Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker is kicking off a new campaign to make people aware of the danger of impaired driving, particularly driving under the influence of marijuana.…

Council probes city’s anti-violence funding » The Bay State Banner Every year, millions of dollars in federal, state and local funds go into anti-violence efforts in Boston. Last week, City Council President Andrea Campbell held a hearing to investigate the efficacy…

State Government

Hopkinton resident appointed to MGCC board » Wicked Local Hopkinton Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation recently announced the appointment Rafael Diaz-Granados, of Hopkinton, to the organization’s board of directors by Gov. Charlie Baker.…

State needs to catch up on racial and gender equity » Boston Globe Studies predict that by the year 2045 there will be no racial or ethnic majority in the United States. Some argue this will happen even sooner. More than ever, leaders across the state are recognizing…

Taxation

Shoppers get reprieve from sales tax this weekend » The Salem News Shoppers will get a reprieve from the state's sales tax this weekend, with the annual two-day tax holiday giving them a break on some purchases less than $2,500.…

Transportation

Officials unite to divide Rte. 1 in Wrentham » Wicked Local Plainville A head-on angled crash on Rte. 1 on Aug. 4, near Luciano's, SuperCharged and Interstate Travel Plaza, was the straw that broke the proverbial camel's back for Wrentham Police Chief Bill McGrath.…

Boston’s new Orange Line trains: First Springfield-built MBTA cars take off at Medford’s Wellington Station » The Republican The first of several new, Springfield-built Orange Line trains pulled out of Wellington Station in Medford, Massachusetts, on Wednesday morning, a milestone the governor described as part of a major i…

This Is a New One: Police Say a Man Sprayed Bear Repellent on the Red Line » Boston Magazine Sure, complain if you must about bad behavior on the MBTA. The man-spreaders, the backpack-wearers, and the rush hour apple-eaters are all worthy of our condemnation and scorn.…

That ‘new car smell’: Here are the new Orange Line trains » Boston Globe Instead of grungy trains marred by dents and rust, with sticky floors and stale odor, some lucky Orange Line riders were greeted Wednesday morning by clean and sleek silver vehicles with orange trimmi…

State will study traffic, speed along Route 1 through Wrentham, police chief says » The Sun Chronicle The state Department of Transportation will be conducting a traffic count and a speed study on a dangerous stretch of Route 1, Police Chief Bill McGrath said Wednesday.…

RMV has suspended 869 more driver’s licenses, pushing total to more than 2,400 » Boston Globe Massachusetts’ embattled Registry of Motor Vehicles on Thursday confirmed the license suspensions of 869 more drivers amid an ongoing review of operations launched after a deadly crash in June invol…

Massachusetts RMV creating unit to focus on interstate communication following deadly New Hampshire crash » The Republican The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is creating a dedicated unit to handle driver records for out-of-state violations in the weeks following a deadly crash.…

Expanded rail service for Springfield, Holyoke, Northampton and Greenfield may begin Aug. 30; test trains running overnight this week » The Republican Daily passenger train service between the city’s Union Station, Holyoke, Northampton and Greenfield could begin as soon as Aug. 30.…

Can we get there from here? Here's what business leaders say about the transportation crisis » Boston Business Journal Longtime Boston residents may remember the Running of the Brides, an annual stampede at Filene’s Basement brought on by marked-down wedding dresses.…

Utilities

These Providence 5G cellphone speeds are almost too hot to handle » Boston Globe How fast is the new 5G data service from Verizon Wireless? It depends. Are you indoors or outdoors? Are you standing on the north or south sides of the street? And how’s the weather?…

Feds’ delay puts crucial tax credit in jeopardy for Vineyard Wind » Boston Globe With the federal tax credit for offshore wind projects about to expire, every day counts. So you can understand the concern around town when it became clear the country’s first major offshore wind f…

Lack of Pilgrim emergency funding worries legislators » Cape Cod Times The recent removal of an amendment from this year’s state budget will leave towns around Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station without funding for emergency planning come next spring.…

Utility: Appliance replacement complete in Merrimack Valley » State House News Service .In the 11 months since an overpressurized gas system caused explosions and fires across the Merrimack Valley, the utility responsible said it has now replaced all damaged appliances and resolved 97 p…

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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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