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11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Financial Services, Public Hearing

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for State Sen. Candidate Jesse Brown

7:00pm Geoff Diehl & KathyJo Boss for Republican State Committee Volunteer Night

Lobbyist disclosure reporting deadline

Birthdays: Rep. Kate Hogan, Rep. Donald Wong

Must-Reads

Rent Control Brings Big Crowd to State House » State House News Service Rent control had been allowed at the local level until 1994, when voters approved a landlord-backed ballot question prohibiting the practice by a margin of about 51 percent to 49 percent. At the time,…

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren appeared to have a tense exchange after the debate » Boston Globe At the conclusion of the debate, Sanders and Warren approached each other and Sanders extended his hand, but Warren did not take it. The two appeared to have a tense exchange of words before parting w…

Stephen Miller Echoes White Nationalists In Leaked Anti-DACA Emails » HUFFPOST In the emails, obtained by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit civil rights advocacy group, Miller attacks fellow Republicans who have supported the program, rooting his criticism in ideas co…

Health Care Taking Big Bite of New Income » State House News Service For every additional dollar a Massachusetts family earned between 2016 and 2018, 39 cents of it went to health care, including copays, deductibles and both employer and employee spending on premiums.…

Cambridge becomes 4th Mass. community to ban face recognition tech » Boston Business Journal The ban makes it illegal for any city staff “to obtain, retain, request, access, or use” face recognition technology or information obtained from such systems. The one-page piece of legislation de…

Theoharides on TCI: Full-Court Press for Option A » State House News Service The regional cap-and-trade program is still in development, but Gov. Chris Sununu of New Hampshire has already said he will not enter his state into a final program, and the governors of Vermont, Conn…

Trump’s Code of Dishonor » New York Times Trump also has no moral framework. He ordered the killing of Suleimani — a depraved Iranian warrior — just a few weeks after he gave a moral pass to a depraved U.S. warrior.…

NH Gov. Sununu predicts TCI failure, as Mass Legislature floats Plan B » Boston Herald (L)awmakers on a legislative committee considering carbon pricing proposals floated the idea of joining California or soliciting other states outside the region or even provinces in Canada to create a…

Correction Officers, Prisoners' Advocates Disagree On Cause Of Violence At Max Security Prison » WBUR Matos says her clients incarcerated at Souza tell her that the prison is tense for both officers and inmates and there is still retaliation against those incarcerated over an August attack on a correc…

CNN Has It In for Bernie » The Nation The cable news network was consistently biased against Sanders at the seventh Democratic debate, but this could end up further mobilizing his campaign.…

Sex ed proposal draws criticism » The Salem News Andrew Beckwith, president of the conservative Massachusetts Family Institute, opposes the measure because he says it takes away local control from school districts and promotes the use of contracepti…

"This question about whether or not a woman can be president has been raised and it’s time for us to attack it head on,” Warren said. “Can a woman beat Donald Trump? Look at the men on this stage — collectively they have lost 10 elections.”

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Responding to Sen. Sanders statement that a woman could not win the presidency, which he denies saying.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Howie Carr: Who to believe in Sanders-Warren tiff? Never mind! » Boston Herald Who are you going to believe — Bolshevik Bernie or the fake Indian? I mean, one of the two of them is lying, big time, about their sit-down 13 months ago in Washington to discuss the presidential pr…

Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders tangle over electability in seventh Democratic debate » Boston Herald U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders initially seemed to downplay their bitter feud during a Democratic debate that focused heavily on electability with scant few weeks until voting begins…

Coffee With Candidates: Deval Patrick » Fox 25 News Boston 25 News Anchor Kerry Kavanaugh recently sat down with the former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. He was one of the last Democrats to announce his candidacy for president.…

Elizabeth Warren, desperate, falls back on a classic dirty trick » Boston Herald It’s the classic political dirty trick from a desperate candidate — leak a damaging tidbit about your opponent to a friendly media outlet, wait for the fireworks to explode, then act like you’re…

Iran protesters merit more than a Trump tweet » Boston Globe Tweets are cheap and easy; it’s policy that counts. And when it comes to the current street protests in Iran, President Trump continues to get the policy wrong, putting up travel barriers to Iranian…

Can a woman take the White House? Warren, Sanders clash at debate » Boston Globe Standing a few feet away from her on the Democratic debate stage, Senator Bernie Sanders on Tuesday night strenuously denied he told Senator Elizabeth Warren a woman could not win the presidency, and …

Why Mitch McConnell must allow Senate to call witnesses in Trump’s impeachment trial » Boston Globe The case for calling witnesses in the Senate’s impeachment trial of President Trump, and for subpoenaing documents that the White House has withheld from Congress, is now too compelling to deny.…

Scorecard: Grading the debate performance of the Democratic candidates » Boston Globe Never before in this cycle has a debate featured such intensity. Never before have candidates been given so much time to speak. Never before have the stakes been this high.…

Deval Patrick's New Hampshire Pitch: Politics Is A Two-Way Street » WGBH On a wintry weeknight in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire, Deval Patrick introduced himself at the New England College Convention, an event for students interested in the New Hampshire primary. His …

The Mass.-New Hampshire presidential connection » Commonwealth Magazine VOTERS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE will soon cast their ballots in the presidential primary, ballots that for decades have borne the names of candidates from the neighboring state of Massachusetts. This year, S…

Former Gov. Bill Weld’s Long-Shot Crusade For President » WGBH Two decades after leaving the governor’s office in Massachusetts, Bill Weld is trying to knock a sitting president out of a party primary — a feat political historians say hasn’t been accomplish…

Business

Mass. employers become more bullish about the economy » Boston Globe If it seems like you’re hearing the “R word” less frequently in casual conversation lately, you’re not the only one.…

Boston Airbnb listings drop by a third after agreement kicks in » Boston Herald The number of active Airbnb listings dropped by a third last month after Boston’s agreement with the big short-term rental company fully kicked in.…

These offices in Malden’s Opportunity Zone sold for $12M » Boston Business Journal Boston-based Quaker Lane Capital has acquired three office properties in downtown Malden from an affiliate of New York-based North River Co. for a combined $11.85 million.…

The Color Of Public Money: Philadelphia And Massport Show Paths To Expanding Minority Contracts » WGBH On a raw December afternoon in North Philadelphia, a dozen kids holler as they kick and chase a soccer ball on a blacktop basketball court. The city-owned playground and three-room recreation center a…

Bose to close all North American, European retail stores » Boston Business Journal Bose Corp. will close all of its 119 retail stores in North America, Europe, Japan and Australia “over the next several months” as the Framingham-based consumer electronics company handles “the …

Prudential Tower’s Top of the Hub, Skywalk to close in April » Boston Globe The Top of the Hub restaurant and the Skywalk Observatory in the Prudential Tower are both set to close on April 18, according to the operators of the venues.…

Bruins, Celtics to join Verizon in TD Garden tower » Boston Business Journal The Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics are planning to move into office space in the newly built high-rise tower above TD Garden when the tower is complete next year.…

Top of the Hub, Skywalk to close, cut 200 jobs » Boston Business Journal The Top of the Hub restaurant and the Skywalk Observatory in the Prudential Tower are set to close in April, resulting in the layoffs of roughly 200 employees.…

Cannabis

Many problems but few solutions as residents air grievances over marijuana retailer in Fall River » The Herald News Installation of a traffic light proved to be one of the few concrete solutions floated before city councilors Tuesday when talking about issues surrounding the city’s only cannabis dispensary open f…

Orange Selectboard frustrated by slow state approval of pot shop » The Recorder Silver Therapeutics Inc. wants to start selling marijuana in Orange this winter, but that won’t happen until the state inspects the store and gives the go-ahead.…

Civil Rights

It’s not up to black people to cure white racism » Boston Globe Before he broke Major League Baseball’s race barrier in 1947, Jackie Robinson was summoned by Branch Rickey, a Brooklyn Dodgers team executive. According to Arnold Rampersad’s Robinson biography, …

Education

Hampshire College taps tech entrepreneur, alum Jose Fuentes to lead trustees » Gazette Net As Hampshire College continues transforming its curriculum and pursuing a significant fundraising campaign, a technology entrepreneur and alumnus who lives and works in New York City has been appointe…

Cape college partners with tribal arts school » Cape Cod Times In a unique collaboration with the Institute of American Indian Arts, Cape Cod Community College has added the tribal college in New Mexico to its list of transfer colleges.…

How Mass. abandoned its recipe for educational success » Commonwealth Magazine Ditching superior standards, demonizing charters have put us on a downward path…

Ribbon Cut at State-backed Worcester Healthcare R&D Lab » Banker & Tradesman A new health science research and development facility at Worcester Polytechnic Institute opened yesterday with a snip of scissors held by Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy, sch…

Environment

State’s top environmental official tries to keep climate accord alive » Lowell Sun As a regional transportation emission reduction pact has started to show cracks, Energy Secretary Kathleen Theoharides said Monday that the Baker administration is in “full-court press mode” to ke…

Environmental activists gather at Statehouse to testify for carbon pricing bill » News 22 WWLP.com The momentum behind Governor Charlie Baker’s ‘Transportation Climate Initiative’ is dwindling, but that doesn’t mean all hope is lost in reducing carbon emissions across Commonwealth.…

Gaming

MGM Real Estate Play Will Free Up Cash Flow » New England Public Radio MGM Resorts International announced plans Tuesday for a complex real estate transaction that will effectively see the company sell two of its resorts to a trust, and then lease the properties back to …

Encore Boston Harbor is down 200 employees amid 'rightsizing' efforts » Boston Business Journal Just seven months into its operations in Everett, the Encore Boston Harbor gambling resort is already down by nearly 200 employees over the past few months, and 1,000 short of the original hiring goal…

Gaming Highs, Lows Reflected in December Numbers » State House News Service In terms of revenue, December was the best month on record for the Encore Boston Harbor casino but the worst for both of the state's other two gambling halls, MGM Springfield and Plainridge Park Casin…

Health Care

Health Policy Commission identifies 3 troubling cost trends » Commonwealth Magazine THE STATE’S HEALTH POLICY COMMISSION identified three industry trends on Tuesday that are driving up commercial health care costs in surprising ways, and two of the trends have a direct link to the …

Housing

Rent control debate puts tenants, landlords at odds » Boston Herald A rallying cry to bring back rent control echoed through the halls and from the steps of the State House as hundreds of tenants lobbied lawmakers to do something about rising rents — but it’s a me…

Rent control supporters step up the pressure on Mass. lawmakers » Boston Globe Hundreds of tenants and advocates flooded a State House hearing room Tuesday to support a slate of bills that would strengthen protections for renters who are at risk of losing their homes amid Greate…

Knox building — once a Springfield automobile factory — getting $57M makeover into apartments » The Republican Gordon Pulsifer — the developer behind the ongoing rehab of Indian Motorcycle, Mason Square Fire Station and the Outing Park apartment complex in the South End -- plans a $57 million, 114- apartment…

Committee on crumbling foundations sends report to Gov. Baker » Western Mass News New developments on a story Western Mass News has been following for more than two years now.…

Rent control draws crowd to State House » Commonwealth Magazine Real estate industry warns housing production would decline…

Human Services

House Eyes Abuser Registry Amid Rise in Allegations » State House News Service The Massachusetts House is poised to give its sweeping approval Wednesday to legislation establishing a registry of caretakers found to have abused individuals with disabilities and barring providers …

Judiciary

State Senator Says DOC Is Not Implementing Criminal Justice Reforms Required Under 2018 Act » WBUR The state senator who co-chairs the Legislature's joint Judiciary Committee says the Department of Correction is not implementing reforms across state prisons in accordance with legislation, and is pa…

Corrections union pulls criminal justice law into Souza brawl debate » Commonwealth Magazine Advocates counter that reform bill has no connection to unrest…

Acting District Court clerk-magistrate nominated for permanent post » Mass Lawyers Weekly A Paxton attorney who currently is the acting clerk-magistrate of Fitchburg District Court was tapped for a new post in Worcester on Jan. 15. Gov. Charlie Baker nominated Brian M. D'Andrea to serve as…

Labor

Cooley Dickinson workers ratify 3-year contract » Gazette Net More than 500 health care workers at Cooley Dickinson Hospital have ratified a new union contract that will provide them with wage increases of 6.5 to 12.2 percent over the next two years.…

Legislative

Census will force changes to legislative districts in Attleboro area, beyond » The Sun Chronicle The population of Seekonk grew nearly 14.5 percent between 2010 and 2018 while growth in Attleboro was only 3.5 percent, according to state estimates.…

Local Government

City Council Frustrated Over Inaction At Notorious Intersection » Medford Patch The City Council last week passed a resolution requesting an update from state officials about the Main-South intersection.…

Waltham City Council: Unanimous vote on $11 million to secure new WHS site » Wicked Local Waltham The ongoing pursuit for a new high school in Waltham got another vote of confidence at Monday’s city council meeting.…

Harwich To Move Ahead With Complete Streets Program » The Cape Cod Chronicle The term “Complete Streets” brings up some uncomfortable memories for town officials who were involved in the planning process to improve road conditions along a section of Route 124 several years…

‘We want to reflect the community, not a quota’; Worcester making progress in hiring diverse-looking set of employees » The Republican At an opportunity fair for jobs with the Worcester Police Department, City Manager Edward Augustus Jr. glanced across the city’s emergency communication center and noticed something about the 99 peo…

Resident says Lynn City Council violated open meeting law » Lynn Daily News Item Resident Joanne Linder has filed an open meeting law complaint with the state against the Lynn City Council, which alleges proper notice was not given for the panel’s Dec. 3 meeting.…

Recycling Expense Catching Up To Western Mass. Communities » New England Public Radio China stopped accepting large quantities of paper and plastic from the United States two years ago because a lot of it was contaminated. This means recyclables are worth far less.…

City Launching Virtual Hearings for Ticket Challenges » State House News Service The city of Everett plans this month to start offering "virtual hearings," giving individuals looking to challenge outstanding parking tickets and code enforcement issues an opportunity to take care o…

Former Saugus Town Manager Bisignani requests court reinstate forfeited pension » Wicked Local Saugus An Essex Superior Court will decide whether to reinstate the pension allowance to former Saugus Town Manager Andrew Bisignani.…

Middleboro pol fined $2,000 for unlawful campaign contribution from pot shop » Taunton Gazette Middleboro Selectman Allin Frawley agreed to pay $2,000 after the state Office of Campaign and Political Finance found that he violated campaign finance law by accepting excessive donations and failin…

Politics

Column: Get to know the candidates vying for Kennedy's seat » Taunton Gazette When Joe Kennedy announced he would be vacating his Congressional seat to run for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Ed Markey, contenders began to throw their hats in the ring.…

Kennedy wins an endorsement from Representative John Lewis, a civil rights icon » Boston Globe Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III picked up some notable endorsements from House colleagues in his primary race against Senator Edward J. Markey, gaining the backing of several high-profile Democra…

John Lewis, Joaquin Castro, and 16 Other Dems Just Endorsed Joe Kennedy » Boston Magazine To kick off 2020, Joe Kennedy is ramping up his campaign to unseat incumbent Senator Ed Markey—and today, the 4th district rep’s campaign shared a long list of formal endorsements for the candidat…

Briefings: Velis Launches & the Senate Battle Begins » Western Mass Politics and Insight In one sense, the State Representative John Velis’ kickoff for State Senate was a formality. He had been running unofficially since last spring and officially since Don Humason announced his resigna…

Campaigning As A Woman: How A Newly Elected Mass. Councilor Recalibrated Her Persona For Voters » WGBH When Stephanie Martins lost her first bid for a seat on Everett’s City Council two years ago, it was less the end of one campaign and more the beginning of her next one.…

Malden resident and former Melrose Human Rights Commission member makes run for open 32nd Middlesex District seat » Wicked Local Melrose With two decades worth of experience in state government and politics, former Melrose Human Rights Commissioner Mat Helman said he never anticipated running for state representative.…

Discovering My Roots in Haiti: Linda Dorcena Forry » Boston Magazine The first Massachusetts state senator of Haitian descent returns to the island where her parents were born.…

Firefighters endorse John Velis for state Senate citing work on Parkinson’s bill » The Republican Citing his work on a pending state bill that could extend benefits to firefighters suffering from Parkinson’s disease, the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts endorsed state Rep. John C. Veli…

Elizabeth Warren Should Give Charlie Baker Her Seat [OPINION] » WBSM Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to be the president, not a senator in the minority party. She should commit to her campaign and leave her seat to Charlie Baker.…

Public Health

State launches programs to ensure safe drinking water for students » WWLP 22 To help make sure students are drinking safe drinking water, the state has launched two programs to support lead testing in schools.…

Assisted Suicide Suit Heads To Mass. Appeals Court » Law 360 An end-of-life advocacy group said Tuesday it will turn to the Massachusetts appeals courts after the state won on all but one count of a lawsuit seeking to allow doctor-assisted suicide.…

Advocates opposed to new vaccination regulations take their case to Beacon Hill » Fox 25 News It is a question of public health and parental rights. Advocates opposed to new vaccination regulations took their case to Beacon Hill Tuesday.…

Public Safety

Boston police officer allegedly mailed threatening note, fake ticket after road rage incident » Boston Globe A Boston police officer is accused of mailing a fake $790 State Police citation and a crude handwritten note to the home of a driver he said cut him off on Interstate 93.…

Four Fitchburg Firefighters recognized for the rescue efforts » Sentinel & Enterprise During an award ceremony Tuesday, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. honored four Fitchburg firefighters for their dedication and efforts in saving lives.…

Brockton rep's criminal justice bill blasted by union after inmate assault » The Enterprise The landmark criminal justice reform bill that was sponsored and primarily authored by state Rep. Claire Cronin, D-Easton, who represents Brockton, was criticized by the Massachusetts Correction Offic…

Boston cop suspended after allegedly writing phony, menacing ticket to victim » Boston Herald A Boston cop has been suspended after he pleaded not guilty Tuesday to sending a phony ticket with a threatening note to a driver after an alleged incident on Interstate 93 near Stoneham last March.…

New State Police contract calls for raises, GPS tracking of police cruisers » Boston Globe The adoption of cruiser tracking technology ends a lengthy battle over a reform pushed in the wake of the agency’s payroll fraud scandal.…

Mayor calls Boston EMS graduates 'real life super heroes’ » Boston Globe Mayor Martin J. Walsh congratulated the latest class of Boston Emergency Medical Services recruits at their graduation ceremony Tuesday morning, calling them “real life super heroes.”…

Jail Visit, Call Systems Seen as Overly Burdensome » State House News Service Terie and Rachel Starks face significant stress managing contact with their incarcerated nephew, limiting conversations about his son or sacrificing on other expenses due to the high costs prisoners a…

State Finance

Budget Gap Pegged at $900 Million in New Report » State House News Service With a slowdown in tax revenues expected and spending pressures escalating, Gov. Charlie Baker and the Legislature will grapple with a gap between likely revenues and spending of nearly $900 million, …

Taxation

IRS employee in Andover charged with filing hundreds of false tax returns » Boston Globe A 44-year-old Lawrence woman who works at the IRS Service Center in Andover was charged Tuesday with filing more than 500 false tax returns for herself and others, according to federal prosecutors.…

Transportation

MBTA report: Battle for talent, retention is a ‘real barrier’ » Boston Business Journal The MBTA, with its aging equipment, regularly struggles to provide reliable public transit service, frustrating its customers. But the agency also is wrestling with the people side of the equation.…

Some fund-amental problems with Baker’s DC trip » Boston Herald He met with U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on Monday to discuss major transportation projects, including the MBTA and the Cape Cod Canal bridges. As the Boston Herald’s Mary Markos report…

Marblehead woman turning grief over her parents’ death into action » Lynn Daily News Item Susan C. Livingston turned her grief over her parents’ deaths last May into advocacy by working with longtime friend and state Rep. Lori Ehrlich to push for legislation mandating engine shutoff soft…

Advocates, lawmakers push bill to permit driver’s licenses for all » Gazette Net For many, meeting basic needs and daily activities such as school, work, groceries and doctor’s appointments are daunting tasks without a car. But for numerous undocumented immigrants, a driver’s …

Island towns receive additional road and bridge funding » Martha's Vineyard Times The Baker-Polito administration is allocating $20 million in additional funding to Massachusetts cities and towns for road construction and transportation improvement projects, including almost $76,00…

Utilities

Mayflower Wind, without contract, moving ahead » Commonwealth Magazine Mayflower Wind still doesn’t have a final contract for its offshore wind farm off the coast of Nantucket, but it appears to be moving ahead with the project anyway in a bid to tap federal investment…

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Recipe of the Week

Chicken Potpie

Winter Baking with Joanne Chang

Ingredients

  • 1 recipe Extra-Flaky Pastry
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1 medium onion, peeled and diced
  • 1 celery stalk, sliced
  • 1 large carrot, peeled and sliced thin
  • 1 small russet potato, scrubbed clean, unpeeled, diced
  • 1 pound boneless chicken breast, cut into 1- or 2-inch dice
  • 5 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 ½ cups chicken stock
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen peas
  • 2 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme
  • 1 ½ teaspoons kosher salt
  • ½ teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 1 egg, for egg wash

Directions

Make the Extra-Flaky Pastry and chill for 1 hour. Remove it from the fridge about 15 minutes before using.

On a well-floured work surface, roll out ²⁄3 of the pastry dough into a circle about 12 inches in diameter and 1⁄8 inch thick. (Reserve the remaining dough for the top.) Roll the dough circle around the pin and then unfurl it on top of a deep-dish 9-inch pie dish. Press the dough gently into the bottom and sides of the pan, leaving a ¼-inch lip to allow for shrinkage in the oven. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.

Preheat the oven to 350° and place a rack in the center. Line the pie shell with parchment, fill with pie weights, and bake until light brown, 30 to 35 minutes. Remove from the oven; leave the oven set at 350°. Remove the weights and the parchment.

Meanwhile, in a large saucepan, heat the butter over medium-high heat until it foams. Add the diced onion and cook until it softens up a bit, 2 to 3 minutes. Add celery, carrot, and potato. Stir until the vegetables start to soften, about 4 minutes, then add the diced chicken. Continue to stir over medium-high heat for another 2 to 3 minutes, until the chicken pieces start to turn white. Stir in the flour, mix to coat all of the meat and vegetables, and cook for about 2 to 3 more minutes. By this time it will start to look a bit sludgy, and there should be a brown film forming on the bottom of the pan. Add the chicken stock, and bring to a simmer. Add the peas, thyme, salt, pepper, and heavy cream and stir well. Simmer for about 5 minutes until the filling thickens, scraping up the stuff on the bottom of the pan. Remove from heat and spoon filling into prebaked pie shell.

Roll out the remaining dough into a circle about 10 inches in diameter and ¹⁄8 inch thick. Roll the dough circle around the pin and then unfurl it over the filled pie shell, with the edge of the circle overhanging the edge of the pan by ¼ to ½ inch (you will trim off this excess once the pie is baked). Brush the top crust evenly with a beaten egg and poke a hole in the center to let steam escape. Place the pie on a baking sheet to catch any overflow. Bake for about 30 minutes or until the entire top crust is golden brown. Let cool on a wire rack for about 30 minutes before serving and trim any excess pie crust with a small paring knife.


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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