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10:00am Department of Public Health Hearing, Room 109, Worcester Health Department, 25 Meade Street, Worcester

10:00am Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities, Public Hearing

10:00am Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, Public Hearing

10:00am Joint Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Veterans & Federal Affairs, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Municipalities & Regional Government, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Public Health, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Judiciary, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Revenue, Public Hearing

1:30pm Criminal Justice Task Force on Juvenile Age, State House, House Member's Lounge

6:00pm I'm Taking the Job in Charlotte: How the High Cost of Housing is Hurting Massachusetts Businesses, WBUR's CitySpace, 890 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston

6:00pm Malden Fundraiser for Attorney General Maura Healey

Must-Reads

A key piece of Joe Kennedy’s strategy: Appealing to people on the margins » Boston Globe Kennedy’s morning walk revealed a key piece of the Newton Democrat’s strategy for defeating incumbent Senator Edward J. Markey — appealing to people on the margins of the electorate, including t…

DeLeo floats breaking up hands-free bill as path to agreement » State House News Service After meeting with Gov. Charlie Baker and Senate President Karen Spilka, DeLeo told reporters that it may be worthwhile to implement a ban on the use of virtually all handheld electronic devices behin…

CHAIR LAMENTS LACK OF ACTION ON CLIMATE BILLS » State House News Service In January, Pacheco, a Taunton Democrat, and Newton Democrat Rep. Ruth Balser announcedthat 81 legislators had signed a "New Year's Resolution" to support a variety of climate solutions in 2019, inclu…

Climate and transportation activists are carrying a 9-foot-tall Charlie Baker puppet around Massachusetts. Here’s why. » Boston.com The protests, which kicked off in Boston on Sunday, come on the heels of the Youth Climate Strike that drove what’s estimated to be millions of people to the streets in cities around the globe, incl…

Reform-minded prosecutors expected to battle entrenched local powers but the blowback has been harsher than anticipated » Boston Globe But as the march underscored, (Rollins) is part of a wave of about 40 like-minded prosecutors recently elected across the country, many of whom are pushing similar agendas and encountering the same bl…

Democrats dread Kennedy-Markey showdown in 2020 » The Hill The party’s lawmakers and strategists say they do not understand why the rising Democratic star sees the need to primary the longtime progressive, further exacerbating divisions at a time when fissu…

Trump’s takeover of GOP forces many House Republicans to head for the exits » Washington Post Since Trump’s inauguration, a Washington Post analysis shows, nearly 40 percent of the 241 Republicans who were in office in January 2017 are gone or leaving because of election losses, retirements …

Why Bruce Springsteen is the soundtrack of the 2020 primary » Washington Post The rock star, who turns 70 today, has campaigned for every Democratic presidential nominee since 2004, and his music has been the soundtrack of the party’s 2020 primary. Democratic candidates rangi…

Races To Watch As Boston Goes To The Polls » WGBH The political assent of Rep. Ayanna Pressley has had a twofold effect on this election cycle: reinvigorating interest in the political possibilities of the four citywide legislative positions and leav…

Kennedy v. Markey is no Pressley v. Capuano » Commonwealth Magazine The ideology of the state’s delegation roughly aligns with the partisan lean of their districts. According to GovTrack, which analyzes congressional voting records from the most recent Congress, Ken…

“Talk about pressuring a foreign country to interfere with and control a U.S. election,” Weld said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “It couldn’t be clearer, and that’s not just undermining democratic institutions. That is treason. It’s treason, pure and simple, and the penalty for treason under the U.S. code is death. That’s the only penalty.”

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On President Trump pressing the leader of Ukraine to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son

News By Category
Beltway Politics

It’s fair to question Hunter Biden’s business dealings » Boston Globe It’s appalling for President Trump to ask a foreign leader to investigate Joe Biden for alleged corruption.…

Is something finally going to matter in Trump’s #nothingmatters presidency? » Boston Globe Each time President Trump does something so extreme, so outrageous, so inappropriate, and so corrupt and pays no consequences for it, #nothingmatters is the shrugging shoulders, shaking head, wallowin…

Rep. Lynch now open to Trump impeachment proceedings » Boston Herald Congressman Stephen Lynch joined a growing number of Democrats sounding a call for impeachment proceedings against President Trump if reports about the contents of a whistleblower complaint about comm…

Trump Challenger Weld Says President Committed Treason, 'Pure And Simple' » WBUR Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld called President Trump's admission that he spoke to a Ukrainian official about the son of Democratic rival Joe Biden "treason."…

Seven freshman Democrats: These allegations are a threat to all we have sworn to protect » Washington Post Reps. Gil Cisneros of California, Jason Crow of Colorado, Chrissy Houlahan of Pennsylvania, Elaine Luria of Virginia, Mikie Sherrill of New Jersey, Elissa Slotkin of Michigan and Abigail Spanberger of…

GOP rival Bill Weld says Trump has committed ‘treason, pure and simple’ » Washington Post Former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld, who is challenging President Trump for the Republican nomination next year, on Monday accused him of “treason” for pressing the leader of Ukraine to invest…

Alex Morse Releases Tax Returns; Rep. Neal Campaign Says He'll Follow Suit » New England Public Radio As he runs for Congress, Mayor Alex Morse of Holyoke, Massachusetts, has released several years' worth of his tax returns. That's something his opponent in the 2020 Democratic primary, U.S. Rep. Richa…

Business

Gov. Baker: 'Tremendous interest' in redeveloping Hynes site » Boston Business Journal After they emerged from an hourlong meeting together, the governor and the state's top legislative leaders on Beacon Hill had very little to say about the latest grand plans rolled out by their counte…

Doyle’s impending closing a sign of changing Jamaica Plain » Boston Globe News that the owners of Doyle’s were seeking to sell its liquor license to restaurateur Steve DiFillippo earlier this month prompted an outpouring of anger and nostalgia…

LabCentral co-founder issues ‘call to action' to biotechs on drug pricing » Boston Business Journal Life sciences industry veteran Johannes Fruehauf is calling on scientists and biotech entrepreneurs to get off the bench — the laboratory workbench, that is.…

New York Times turned to Ireland for help instead of asking President Trump, publisher says » Boston Globe President Trump’s anti-press rhetoric is undermining trust in American media and emboldening authoritarian leaders worldwide to crack down on reporters, New York Times Publisher A.G. Sulzberger said…

Hanover Mall reboot lands Market Basket, Showcase as tenants » Boston Business Journal The re-envisioned Hanover Mall has landed Market Basket, Showcase Cinemas and Ten Pin Eatery & Barstow Tavern as retail tenants ahead of the official approval of the mall’s proposed redevelopment.…

Bill that would pay people to relocate to Western Mass. will get first hearing » Boston Globe Not long after Senator Eric Lesser proposed his relocation incentive bill, the e-mails started rolling in.…

Globe claims progress in talks; union disagrees » Commonwealth Magazine THE PARENT COMPANY of the Boston Globe sent out an email Friday to union members claiming the two sides have reached tentative agreement on a number of issues, but the union downplayed the progress an…

Headcount at GateHouse's New England dailies has shrunk 20% this year » Boston Business Journal Even as top executives at GateHouse Media’s parent company have been negotiating the terms of a merger with Gannett Co. Inc. over the course of this year, they have also been conducting more layoffs…

Wayfair plans Oct. 10 grand opening for Pittsfield customer service center » Berkshire Eagle Wayfair will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Pittsfield customer service center on Oct. 10, the company announced Monday.…

Hard Times: New England Hardwood Industry Struggles Amid Trump's Trade War » WBUR Trevor Allard stands in the sawmill's observation deck at Allard Lumber with his sales manager, looking down on a dusty expanse of grinding saw blades and conveyor belts.…

Cannabis

Gov. Charlie Baker, chiefs sound alarm about pot home delivery dangers » Boston Herald The Cannabis Control Commission will vote Tuesday on regulations for home pot deliveries — making the drivers wear body cameras and get training for “dangerous situations” — raising red flags …

Gov. Charlie Baker calls on Congress to allow marijuana banking services » The Republican As the state prepares to allow home delivery of marijuana, Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday reiterated his call for Congress to pass legislation allowing banks to provide services to state-approved mariju…

Cambridge passes first-of-its-kind cannabis law with equity in mind » Boston Business Journal Cambridge city councilors passed one of the state’s most aggressive cannabis ordinances on Monday — one that favors so-called "equity applicants."…

Marijuana delivery, social consumption rules set by CCC » State House News Service Home delivery of marijuana and the idea of establishments where adults could use marijuana together in a social setting cleared their final regulatory hurdles Tuesday, though it will be months or more…

Cannabis cafes and marijuana delivery are coming to Mass. Here's what you should know. » Boston Business Journal Massachusetts cannabis regulators finalized rules around the delivery and social consumption of recreational marijuana on Tuesday, opening the door to two new license types that will be exclusively av…

Crimes

Pretending to Be Disabled Is Despicable [OPINION] » WBSM Pretending to be disabled to get your cute little pooch into Target or your favorite restaurant is repugnant. You really ought not to do it. Unfortunately, people do and they do it often enough that t…

Elderly Lynn man gets prison for leading multimillion dollar lottery scheme » Boston Herald An 81-year-old Lynn man who ran a multimillion dollar lottery ticket scheme got two months in prison — far less than the more than three years the feds wanted but still prompting tears from his wife…

Don’t pass your pooch off as a service dog » Boston Herald Dogs are amazing creatures — they can be lovable companions, robust playmates and help those with mental and physical challenges lead more fulfilling lives.…

Education

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito On Challenges Facing Massachusetts Education System » CBS Boston Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito recently spoke with WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben about how she is taking on the challenges we face with education in Massachusetts.…

The new 10th-grade MCAS is tougher — and it shows » Boston Globe Dramatically fewer Massachusetts 10th-graders scored in the highest categories on the revamped MCAS exams last spring, a sign the new tests are far more rigorous than the ones they replaced, according…

UMass to get trove of Daniel Ellsberg’s private papers » Boston Globe The historic records have lost none of their tectonic punch over the last half century. Dark memos of war. Details of deception.…

State releases MCAS reults as new test is phased in » State House News Service A pair of schools in Boston and Springfield are shedding their "underperforming" status, and the state's education commissioner said he wants to take a deeper look at districts before deciding whether…

Dimming the state’s literary light » Commonwealth Magazine “A ROBUST GENIUS, born to grapple with whole libraries,” is how 18th-century biographer James Boswell described the illustrious British man of letters, Dr. Samuel Johnson. It’s a literary refere…

Hampshire College plans to admit spring class » Gazette Net Hampshire College's board of trustees voted Friday to admit a spring 2020 class of new and transfer students.…

Latest Scores On New State Test Show Some Improvement — But Racial Gaps Remain » WBUR For the first time last spring, nearly all Massachusetts students tangled with the “next-generation” MCAS test, a computer-based assessment designed to better predict how students will fare in col…

Environment

Brewster campaign aims to reduce public's use of single-use plastic » Cape Cod Times In talking about water in Brewster, most of the chatter is about the famous flats or the town’s abundance of ponds, but officials are hoping an initiative on tap water will make its own splash.…

Climate and transportation activists are carrying a 9-foot-tall Charlie Baker puppet around Massachusetts. Here’s why. » Boston.com With the impacts of climate change looming larger year after year, local activists are literally looking to make a big statement around Massachusetts this week.…

Hearing exposes tensions over climate policy pace » The Herald News Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides told a Senate oversight committee Monday it could expect the early framework for a multi-state pact to reduce carbon emissions from tran…

State releases plans for Blue Hills deer hunt » Patriot Ledger The state has released a two-phase plan that will allow for deer hunting in the Blue Hills Reservation starting next month. This will be the fifth time the controversial controlled hunt has been hoste…

Pacheco, climate change committee chair, laments lack of action on climate bills » Taunton Gazette Days after young protestors poured into the State House to demand that lawmakers address the changing climate, the chairman of the Senate Global Warming and Climate Change Committee invoked that demon…

Greta Thunberg and 15 other children filed a complaint against five countries over the climate crisis » CNN Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg and 15 other children filed a complaint with the United Nations Monday alleging that five of the world's major economies have violated their human rights by not…

Federal

Lawmakers, volunteers spread word on importance of participating in next year’s census » Gazette Net Next year will see an event that will determine the political destiny of western Massachusetts, New England and the United States of America. But this event is no election, it’s the U.S. census.…

Gaming

MGM Springfield casino Community Advisory Committee slates 1st meeting » The Republican A Community Advisory Committee for the MGM Springfield casino will meet for the first time on Tuesday, as urged by one of its members and as ordered by Mayor Domenic J. Sarno.…

Health Care

Battling cancer, a psychiatrist gets personal with his patients » Boston Globe Dr.. Adam Philip Stern knows the drill. A psychiatrist is supposed to listen, to empathize, to focus on his patients’ problems. Revealing his personal life isn’t part of the arrangement. After his…

Cape Cod Healthcare vision takes shape » Cape Cod Times Ground has officially been broken for a new $180 million, six-story patient care tower at Cape Cod Hospital as the institution nears the centennial of its founding next year.…

Wong tours expanded North Shore Medical Center » Wicked Local Saugus State Rep. Donald Wong, R-Saugus, cares about the health and well-being of all residents in the Ninth Essex District, which includes parts of Lynn, Lynnfield, Wakefield and Saugus.…

Judge rules against Mass. General’s effort to keep report on concurrent surgeries secret » Boston Globe A judge has ordered Massachusetts General Hospital to release a secret 2011 report written by a lawyer whom the hospital hired to investigate its practice of letting some surgeons oversee more than on…

'Laura's Law,' Named for Asthma Victim, Would Improve Access to Mass. Hospitals, Emergency Rooms » NBC Boston Massachusetts lawmakers will hear arguments on the proposal from the widow of Laura Levis, who died after suffering an asthma attack outside Somerville Hospital …

Human Services

Governor, Tingle to take the stage for Link House » Newburyport News Gov. Charlie Baker will join comedian Jimmy Tingle and a former New Hampshire Supreme Court chief justice as three of the guest speakers when the Link House Inc. presents its first Links of Hope Gala …

Parties see abuser registry bill as poised to advance » The Herald News A legislative committee, after working with advocates, families, state agencies and others to settle on mutually-agreeable language, last week released a version of legislation that has been a major p…

Immigration

Massachusetts Groups Sue Over Fast-Tracked Deportations » WBUR Massachusetts immigrant rights activists are challenging the Trump administration's expansion of deportation powers.…

Judiciary

Reform-minded prosecutors expected to battle entrenched local powers but the blowback has been harsher than anticipated » Boston Globe Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins marched last week with prosecutors from around the country across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., where civil rights protesters were brutally beaten …

Probation officer in East Brookfield District Court placed on leave; ‘Red flag’ petition says he made threats to assault staff at courthouse » The Republican A probation officer for the Massachusetts Probation Service has been placed on administrative leave and his guns taken away by a judge after he allegedly made statements about assaulting and imagining…

Labor

Pension liabilities leave a Bay State brickyard and its workers in ‘survival mode’ » Boston Globe For more than a century, workers at the Stiles and Hart Brick Co. have been mining clay and firing it in kilns at temperatures of up to 1,950 degrees to make the classic Boston paver bricks used at fa…

Ex-statie union boss pleads not guilty, pushes to speak with witnesses » Boston Herald An attorney for the ex-state police union boss accused of obstruction of justice said his client should be allowed to talk to his longtime friends, including a current union board member who could be …

Legislative

House to take up OCPF appointment, campaign reporting bill » State House News Service When the state's top campaign finance regulator Michael Sullivan was reappointed last November, then-Republican Party Chairwoman Kirsten Hughes put his name in nomination.…

Pols urge statements on impeachment, nuclear weapons » State House News Service Massachusetts state lawmakers waded into federal waters on Tuesday, weighing an array of bills that would urge their counterparts on Capitol Hill to investigate impeaching President Trump and to restr…

Lobbying

Attorneys argue that former state police union president Dana Pullman, lobbyist Anne Lynch should be allowed to talk to friends » The Republican Attorneys representing former state police union Dana Pullman and lobbyist Anne Lynch, who face charges in an alleged kickback scheme involving the organization, made the case for reducing the governm…

Local Government

In a pioneering campaign, Boston’s new Age Strong Commission takes on ageism » Boston Globe In increasingly woke Boston, some call it the last socially acceptable bias.…

Politics

Kennedy tells Attleboro audience he is running for Senate because U.S. is in crisis » The Sun Chronicle U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy said Sunday the United States is in a “moment of crisis” and that is why he rejects advice he wait his turn to run for Senate against fellow Democrat Ed Markey.…

Council primary features contests up and down the ballot » Boston Herald Bostonians citywide can head to the polls on Tuesday to pare down unusually large fields of at-large and district council candidates.…

They’re off! Grossman is first new candidate to declare for Kennedy seat » Boston Globe Becky Walker Grossman — a Newton city councilor and former prosecutor whose father-in-law once chaired the Democratic National Committee — is running for the seat held by Representative Joseph P. …

Alex Morse, looking to unseat Rep. Richard Neal, releases tax returns for the last 8 years » The Republican Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse, who is running for Congress against U.S. Rep. Richard Neal in 2020, released the last eight years of his tax returns on Monday.…

Indicted Fall River mayor faces uphill battle to gain back voters » The Herald News Results from this month’s preliminary election mean embattled Mayor Jasiel Correia II will move on to November’s general election, but they also mark his weakest electoral showing since he entered…

Public Health

Third Mass. resident dies from EEE virus, state says » Boston Globe A third person from Massachusetts has died after contracting Eastern equine encephalitis, a state public health official said Monday night.…

Boston hospitals’ study: Docs failing kids addicted to nicotine » Boston Herald Doctors are failing to help teens and young adults quit smoking, according to a new study out of Boston Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital that shows most nicotine-addicted teens are not …

AG Healey meets with Franklin County task force on increase in opioid overdose deaths » News 22 WWLP.com Attorney General Maura Healey met with the Opioid Task Force of Franklin County and the North Quabbin Region on Monday.…

Gov. Charlie Baker: Vaping illness outbreak ‘has our full attention’ » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday that the nationwide outbreak of vaping-related illnesses “has our full attention,” but declined to say what, if any, measures state government might take.…

Walking The South End With A Mass. Lawmaker Proposing New Laws To Combat The Opioid Crisis » WBUR About two months after Boston police arrested dozens of people in "Operation Clean Sweep," state lawmakers will consider legislation to address some of the issues that prompted the police action.…

Baker declares public health emergency, orders 4-month ban on all vaping products » Boston Globe Facing an explosion of vaping-related illnesses, Governor Charlie Baker on Tuesday ordered a four-month ban on the sale of all vaping products in Massachusetts, the latest — and believed to be the f…

Public Safety

AG Healey visits Drury High as part of Sandy Hook Promise program to make schools safer » Berkshire Eagle A group of Drury High School student leaders are joining a statewide effort to keep schools safe and improve the well-being of classmates struggling on campus and at home.…

‘Operation Devil’s Highway’ in Lawrence nets 38 drug arrests, 14 kilos of fentanyl » Boston Herald Feds trying to cut off the “Devil’s Highway” of drugs into New Hampshire have rounded up nearly 40 people and seized large amounts of fentanyl and cocaine in Lawrence — the city that U.S. Atto…

AG Healey, Sandy Hook Promise Partner to Provide Free Training to Mass. Schools » Cape Cod Today Attorney General Maura Healey joined with Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) Co-Founder Mark Barden and North Adams Mayor Thomas Bernard for an event at Drury High School in North Adams to launch a partnership …

‘Law & Order’ — rationalizing racial bias » Boston Globe On Sept. 26, “Law & Order: SVU” will begin its record-breaking 21st season on television. As in previous years, millions of viewers will tune in to watch the season premiere. I will not be among t…

State Government

Election Day voter registration is good for democracy » Commonwealth Magazine TODAY — THE FOURTH Tuesday of September—is National Voter Registration Day. It’s also the day that Boston voters will go to the polls for hotly contested preliminary elections for City Council.…

Taxation

Industry sets stage for film tax credit fight » Commonwealth Magazine THE STATE’S CONTROVERSIAL film tax credit is due to expire on December 31, 2022, and that would mean curtains for several job-creating local businesses that have sprung up around the celluloid gravy…

Transportation

Coincidence? Big donors both chosen in low-number license plate lottery » WCVB In this year's low-number license plate lottery, 13,652 applicants sought just 231 eligible plates.…

EDITORIAL: MBTA should include Lynn and other localities in decreased fare programs for commuter rails » The Daily Free Press Officials from Lynn, Massachusetts are pushing for cheaper and more convenient public transit in their city amidst growing traffic congestion and commuter costs. The proposal would add more trains to …

Dustup at T over bus improvement efforts » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA’s OVERSIGHT BOARD, which has been urging the transit authority to think big when it comes to improving bus service, accused the agency of adopting a timid approach after hearing yet another…

Lynn appeals for more commuter rail trains, at subway prices » Gloucester Times Elected officials from Lynn urged the MBTA to offer additional trains on the Newburyport/Rockport Line through Lynn at the same price as core subway rides, warning Monday that the region needs public …

McGee: Cut commuter rail fares from Lynn » Commonwealth Magazine Mayor, lawmakers urge subway-like service into Boston …

Spilka again says hands-free deal "very close" » State House News Service Frustrated supporters of a distracted-driving bill targeted the Legislature's upper chamber as they escalated their outcry Tuesday, while Senate President Karen Spilka said legislative negotiators are…

Utilities

Broadband's Economic Impact Remains Unclear, Contested » Governing Internet access is a critical concern across the United States. Countless news reports chronicle a trend of states and local areas working to expand broadband Internet for unserved and underserved pop…

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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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