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9:00am Southeast Area Citizens Legislative Breakfast, Great Hall

10:00am Coalition for Homeless Individuals Legislative Breakfast, Nurses Hall

10:00am League of Women Voters 100th Anniversary Celebration, Room 428, State House, Boston

11:00am House Committee on Bonding, Capital Expenditures and State Assets, Public Hearing and Executive Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

5:30pm Campaign Kickoff for State Rep. Candidate Jack Lally

6:30pm Fundraiser for Republican State Committeewoman Amanda Orlando Kesterson

Birthdays: Rep. Joseph McKenna

Must-Reads

On Deadline Day, Committees Put Off Many of the Biggest Decisions » State House News Service A rule change that the House and Senate agreed to in 2017 moved up the biennial bill-reporting deadline for joint committees from mid-March to early February. The change was pushed by the Senate, wher…

Read the full results from Wednesday’s Globe/WBZ/Suffolk tracking poll » Boston Globe Senator Bernie Sanders has widened his lead in New Hampshire. See the full results.…

Federal Home Heating Aid Not Meeting Families' Needs, Lawmakers Warn » State House News Service Almost two dozen lawmakers signed onto letters this week calling on Democratic leaders in both branches to include a $15 million increase in low-income heating aid when they take up a mid-year spendin…

Amid a new impeachment drama, Monica Lewinsky works to rewrite her story » Boston Globe Dubbing herself “Patient Zero” in a global epidemic of online shaming, Lewinsky began speaking for all those put in the virtual public stockade — and these days, that could be anyone, she made c…

Lawmakers punt on bill to ban nondisclosure agreements » Boston Herald Lawmakers are using “bogus excuses” to put off passing a bill that would ban legally binding agreements for silence, which critics argue perpetuate sexual misconduct with taxpayer dollars, instead…

PAC with Baker ties backs Dem primary winner » Commonwealth Magazine The mailing cost $4,879 and was paid for by Massachusetts Majority, a super PAC with ties to Gov. Charlie Baker that launched last year. The PAC has raised $955,201 since May 13 and spent $272,308 on …

Warren Tries To Reassure New Hampshire Voters After Iowa Performance » WBUR After an apparent third-place finish in Iowa, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is facing questions as she continues presidential campaign turns its focus to New Hampshire.…

Globe punts on NH endorsement » Commonwealth Magazine WGBH News senior editor Peter Kadzis says the paper “snubs Warren” with its move. Which raises the question of who the paper will, in fact, back once its show of non-endorsement principle runs its…

State's health care oversight group issues plan that echos Baker's priorities » Boston Business Journal (T)he HPC is urging lawmakers to increase spending on primary care and behavioral health; invest in telehealth; reduce pharmacy spending growth; hold pharmacy benefit managers to task on spending; rea…

NY: Push Begins to Educate New Yorkers About Ranked-Choice Voting Ahead of 2021 Implementation » Gotham Gazette A push is now underway to ensure voters are educated about the new ranked choice voting system New York City will be adopting for some elections starting in 2021, and it is being driven by Brooklyn Bo…

FL: Stacey Abrams: Florida Republican policies are ‘saying you should be afraid to vote’ » The Associated Press (AP) Stacey Abrams, the Georgia gubernatorial candidate who turned a narrow loss in 2018 into a voting rights movement and national platform, accused Florida Republicans Wednesday during an appearance at M…

Trump Has Never Looked More Comfortable as a Demagogue » The president's State of the Union previewed his reelection themes: Socialism and health care and socialism and xenophobia and socialism.…

Bloomberg seizes on chaos in Democratic presidential race to escalate his campaign » Washington Post Bloomberg is seizing the moment to gain an advantage — doubling his television spending in key states, expanding his staff to more than 2,000, and traveling the country to introduce himself as a com…

Marie Yovanovitch: These are turbulent times. But we will persist and prevail. » Washington Post We need to stand up for our values, defend our institutions, participate in civil society and support a free press. Every citizen doesn’t need to do everything, but each one of us can do one thing. …

"All Utahns, all Americans, regardless of politics, ideology or religion should be duly impressed with Romney’s decision to follow his heart and his conscience — and his God — in doing the right thing when doing the right thing was difficult,"

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Defending Senator Mitt Romney as he voted to convict and remove President Donald Trump from office.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Bernie Sanders leads, Pete Buttigieg gains in latest N.H. poll » Boston Globe Former South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg continued to gain ground among likely Democratic voters in New Hampshire, vaulting into second place behind Senator Bernie Sanders in a new Boston Globe/W…

With less than a week before the N.H. primary, here is what each Democratic presidential candidate must do » Boston Globe The results in Iowa are still coming in. But New Hampshire voters, and the candidates seeking their support, have largely moved on, focused on the nation’s first primary on Tuesday, and the potentia…

Howie Carr: Pierre Delecto strikes again … or is it Pierre Defecto? » Boston Herald Our long national nightmare is over — I wish. Those first six words were the statement in 1974 of new President Gerald Ford after the end of Watergate, but that was a different time. These new Democ…

Latha Mangipudi: Amy Klobuchar can bring our country together » Boston Globe Her ability to bring people with her is not just vital to beating Trump and uniting the country, it is also an essential piece in our country’s march toward progress.…

Shanika Amarakoon: The case for Pete Buttigieg » Boston Globe I am a woman, a mother, an immigrant, and a citizen. Until recently, I was also an undecided voter. With so much at stake in this election, it has been a difficult choice.…

Pelosi had the last word on Trump’s speech — but not on Trump » Boston Globe When she ripped his speech in half, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had the last word — and the first hot take — on President Trump’s fiction-riddled ode to self and base.…

NH Gov. Sununu vows perfect primary: ‘We’re not Iowa’ » Boston Herald Granite State Gov. Chris Sununu is guaranteeing primary results will be on time Tuesday night, declaring New Hampshire will get it right, because “We’re not Iowa!”…

Pete Buttigieg tries to capitalize on his Iowa momentum in New Hampshire » Boston Globe There are a lot of reasons why voters might think former South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg is unelectable as president: He’s barely old enough (just 38), has never held state or national office…

‘The president is guilty’: Mitt Romney’s speech on his vote to convict Trump, annotated » Washington Post Below are Romney’s prepared remarks announcing his vote, with our annotations via Genius. Click on the highlighted text to read them.…

WATCH, READ: Sen. Romney's Speech On Why He Voted To Convict Trump On First Article » WBUR In an emotional speech before the U.S. Senate, Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, a Republican, announced he would vote to convict President Trump of impeachment on Article I, abuse of power.…

Biden and Warren shift strategies after Iowa ‘gut punch’ » Washington Post Two top campaigns acknowledged on Wednesday that they were facing difficulties following disappointing results in Iowa, as former vice president Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren both began recalibr…

On The Campaign Trail In N.H., Weld, Patrick Visit Youth Climate Town Hall » WBUR With less than a week to go before the New Hampshire primary, two former Massachusetts governors plug away in the Granite State on their long shot bids for the White House.…

Business

HarbourVest to help lead investment giant’s charge into private equity » Boston Business Journal The Vanguard Group, one of the world’s largest asset managers, has chosen Boston-based firm HarbourVest Partners as its partner in its entry into private equity investments.…

Coronavirus concerns cloud Boston Scientific's decade-high earnings report » Boston Business Journal One of Massachusetts’ largest employers reported its best annual revenue figures in the last decade, but concerns about China appear to have dampened the news.…

Where women are shattering the glass ceiling, and where they are not » Boston Globe Data can be a powerful tool to drive change. Just ask the Boston Club, which has been at it for 17 years with an annual census of women on boards and in the C-suites.…

Framingham: City's first smoking bar a possibility » Wicked Local Framingham Framingham doesn't have an adult-only smoking bar. That could change this month when the Board of Health could vote to bring one to the city.…

New report: More English language courses needed in tight economy » Boston Business Journal As the number of immigrants in Greater Boston’s workforce keeps rising, the demand for English as a second language courses is outstripping their availability, according to a new report.…

Cannabis

This pot shop could become Boston's first » Boston Business Journal A Boston recreational cannabis dispensary is expected to come closer to opening, with the state Cannabis Control Commission to vote Thursday on a final license for Pure Oasis.…

House Votes to Clarify Regulators' Role in Marijuana Host Agreements » State House News Service State marijuana regulators would be empowered to "review, regulate and enforce" the legally-required contracts between marijuana businesses and their host communities under legislation adopted by the …

Another Vermont House Committee OKs Bill To Legalize Marijuana Sales » Marijuana Moment A push to legalize commercial marijuana sales in Vermont took another step forward on Wednesday, with the House Ways and Means Committee voting to advance a bill to license and tax cannabis businesses…

House revises marijuana law » Commonwealth Magazine Clarifies commission can regulate municipal agreements…

House OKs giving cannabis panel authority over pacts » Gazette Net Massachusetts House lawmakers approved a bill Wednesday that would tighten oversight of payments made by marijuana companies to the cities and towns that host them.…

Boston pot shop receives final license, opening could be just weeks away » Boston Globe Cannabis regulators awarded a final license Thursday to a Grove Hall dispensary that could become Boston’s first recreational marijuana store.…

Civil Rights

CA: Decades after his arrest for having sex with men, a gay civil rights leader is pardoned » Washington Post Bayard Rustin was also openly gay. And in 1953, he was arrested for having consensual sex with men in Pasadena, Calif. The “morals charge,” which was often used to target gay people in those years…

Congressional committee to hear testimony on facial recognition » Boston Herald A Congressional committee will hold a hearing Thursday on the Department of Homeland Security’s use of facial recognition following a government report that found the technology often has difficulty…

Education

Boston Superintendent Brenda Cassellius makes strategic plan to target 33 neediest schools » Boston Herald Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius, releasing a budget proposal for fiscal 2021 as part of her five-year strategic plan, will start by putting $19 million toward 33 of the city’s…

Test maker accuses Boston schools of misusing exam » Boston Globe Boston Public Schools have for years misused the test results that help determine admissions to its coveted exam schools in a way that makes it harder for “underrepresented” students to gain entry…

Bill would require sex ed to include gender identity, safe sex. Brockton schools are already doing it. » The Enterprise The district takes a "holistic approach" to healthy relationships, which covers topics like consent, safe sex, and respect for people from different backgrounds…

Exam maker cuts ties with Boston over use of test for elite schools » Boston Herald The longtime vendor behind the entrance tests for Boston’s three prestigious exam schools has put Boston Public Schools on notice that it will no longer provide the exam if the district doesn’t ta…

Test maker won’t supply Boston Public Schools with exams, citing 8 years of equity issues » Boston Herald The longtime vendor behind the entrance tests for Boston’s three prestigious exam schools has “put Boston Public Schools on notice” that it will no longer provide the exam, citing eight years of…

Organization slams Boston use of its test for exam school admission » Commonwealth Magazine Firm says ‘misapplication’ of exam may be hurting black and Latino students…

UMass Lowell chancellor inspired by Greta Thunberg to focus on sustainability » Boston Business Journal The University of Massachusetts Lowell has been doubling down on efforts to become a greener campus since Jacquie Moloney was named chancellor in 2015.…

Simmons University names first African American president » Boston Business Journal Simmons University has selected a new president and its first African American leader.…

Environment

Norton gets state grant to continue study, cleanup of contaminated site » The Sun Chronicle The town is getting a $100,000 state grant for the continued study and cleanup of the contaminated former Reed & Barton property.…

Official: Information On Housatonic River Deal Could Be Made Public In A Few Days » New England Public Radio Berkshire County municipal officials are discussing the details of a possible mediated agreement with General Electric on the cleanup of the Housatonic River.…

Worcester, Auburn, Uxbridge get state grants to adapt to climate change » Worcester Telegram The city of Worcester has received a nearly half a million dollar grant to help green the Senior Center parking lot, while Auburn and Uxbridge also received grants to help adapt to climate change.…

State grant furthers Cuttyhunk conservation effort » Cape Cod Times Gov. Charlie Baker announced Wednesday that a $1.4 million grant from the state's Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Program will go toward the Cuttyhunk Land Conservation Project.…

Adams & Mohawk Trail woodlands Partnership gets $1.5 million grant for climate resiliency projects » The Republican The Adams & Mohawk Trail Woodlands Partnership received a $1.5 million grant for site improvements and a forest management study, the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs announced Wed…

Chopping Down Trees For Solar Panels? The Choice Isn't Clear-Cut For Stoughton Church » WBUR For the congregation of Trinity Episcopal Church in Stoughton, following in Jesus' footsteps means calculating their sanctuary's carbon footprint.…

Port of New Bedford to Plan for Climate Change » WBSM New Bedford and Fairhaven share a valuable working waterfront, and now thanks to a $58,662 state grant, the two municipalities will join forces to ensure that their port facilities can withstand risin…

Baker announces climate change grants in New Bedford » South Coast Today Governor Charlie Baker announced $11.6 million in grants to cities and towns through the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program, while he was at the City Pier on Wednesday afternoon.…

Federal

New England Art On Display In U.S. Embassy In Ukraine — At Least Until Recently » New England Public Radio New England art is well represented in U.S. embassies around the world. And at least until recently, art from the region was hanging in the embassy at the center of President Trump's impeachment.…

Gaming

’It’s not if, but when’; Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Chairman says tribe still committed to Taunton casino » The Republican That’s what Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Chairman Cedric Cromwell told reporters Wednesday when asked about the fate of the long-promised, full-scale casino-resort planned for Taunton.…

Soter Expects Sports Betting to Emerge » State House News Service More than a year and a half after the Supreme Court gave states the green light to take legal bets on sports, the legislative committee that's been studying the issue and considering the possibility o…

Health Care

HPC, Baker in Alignment on Primary Care Focus » State House News Service A state agency is calling on policymakers, government agencies and health care leaders to take a series of steps aimed at addressing rising health care costs, including one that lines up with the cent…

UMass Medical plans clinical trial for Lyme disease treatment » Boston Business Journal A preventative treatment for Lyme disease is likely to start clinical trials in humans this year, with researchers fundraising for the work to move the treatment closer to market.…

Senate president poised to file mental health parity legislation » Boston Business Journal Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka will propose a mental health care bill early this month, one of several approaches her office is taking to address mental health parity in the state.…

State's health care oversight group issues plan that echos Baker's priorities » Boston Business Journal The state’s top health care oversight committee released a list of policy recommendations on Wednesday which largely overlap those of Gov. Charlie Baker’s most recent health care bill, including a…

Massachusetts should spend more on primary care and behavioral health services, Health Policy Commission report says » The Republican A state agency is calling on policymakers, government agencies and health care leaders to take a series of steps aimed at addressing rising health care costs, including one that lines up with the cent…

Falmouth Physicians To Appeal Aid-In-Dying Ruling » The Bourne News Two Falmouth physicians, Dr. Roger M. Kligler and Dr. Alan Steinbach, are appealing a Massachusetts court ruling on their constitutional challenge to declare physicians who assist terminally ill patie…

Housing

Property tax 'fee' would raise money for affordable housing » The Eagle Tribune Housing advocates want to carve out a new source of money to help cities and towns cover the cost of new affordable units, but fiscal watchdogs say the move will add to the burden on property owners.…

Surprise for New York Renters: No More Broker Fees » New York Times Regulators unexpectedly banned broker fees for renters, which in the city have long amounted to as much as 15 percent of the annual lease.…

Housing at former Durfee Tech in line for state funding » The Herald News The planned conversion of the former Durfee Tech building into a new housing complex called Creative Class Lofts was one of 11 projects across the state Gov. Charlie Baker has announced will receive a…

Human Services

Federal home heating aid not meeting families' needs, lawmakers say » Worcester Telegram Thousands of Massachusetts families risk running out of heating oil this winter without additional assistance from the state, an advocate warned Wednesday as lawmakers began pushing for new funding to…

'Endless Need': Boston Seeks More Regional Cooperation To Help Adults Who Are Homeless » WBUR Part 1 of a four-part series publishing Thursday and Friday.…

Immigration

Immigrant driver’s license bill moves forward » Commonwealth Magazine State GOP calls Democrats "out of control"…

Labor

Lawmakers working on new policy to help Latino communities in labor force » News 22 WWLP.com The Black and Latino legislative caucus are working on a plan to boost opportunities in many of the state’s minority communities.…

Citing Labor Law Ruling, Au Pair Agency Suspends Operations In Massachusetts » WGBH An agency that facilitates au pair child care arrangements between Massachusetts families and foreign visitors is suspending its operations in Massachusetts, citing a December court ruling that affirm…

Local Government

Workers organizing for 2020 census in Fall River » The Herald News Members of the state Legislature and federal census workers came down to Fall River to discuss the upcoming 2020 census.…

Ashland manager proposes $66M town budget » The Metro West Daily News Town Manager Michael Herbert is proposing a fiscal 2021 budget of $66,026,000, which is about $2 million (3%) higher than the current budget.…

Politics

Springfield activists urge Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey to address human rights in Bolivia, Venezuela » The Republican Activists rallied Wednesday in front of the Western Massachusetts office of U.S. Sens. Ed Markey and Elizabeth Warren, urging them to advocate for human rights and democracy in Bolivia and Venezuela.…

Neal, Morse spar over fundraising » Gazette Net End-of-year federal campaign finance reports are out, and the Democratic candidates in the 1st Congressional District are already offering differing opinions on their meaning.…

Lipper-Garabedian wins Democratic primary for a Massachusetts state House seat » Ballotpedia News A special primary election was held on February 4 to fill a vacant seat in the 32nd Middlesex District of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Melrose city councilor Kate Lipper-Garabedian defe…

Public Health

Editorial: Take a pledge. Stop opiate addiction. » Boston Business Journal Despite recent reports that deaths from opioid overdoses have finally started going down slightly in the past couple of years, the epidemic is far from over, and many believe it will get worse again. …

Juul bulks up science staff with FDA vaping deadline nearing » Boston Globe Juul Labs Inc. has hired former Food and Drug Administration employees and is recruiting more researchers as it prepares for a crucial regulatory hurdle that will determine the future of the top US e-…

Hospitals In Mass. Say Coronavirus Concerning, But Easier To Get The Flu » New England Public Radio Some western and central Massachusetts hospitals say they've checked out people for coronavirus, but so far, there's been no positive cases.…

Public Safety

Crocker, Other Cape Legislators Continue to Push for Nero’s Law » Cape Cod Online State Representative Will Crocker has joined fellow Republican State Representatives Tim Whelan and David Vieira in asking the Joint Committee on Health Care Financing that Nero’s Bill be reported f…

In letter, Boston police union blasts Black Lives Matter, drawing sharp rebuke » Boston Globe A Boston police union is objecting to a slate of events this week put on by the Black Lives Matter movement to promote racial justice in public schools, in a letter to the local teachers union that a …

Attorneys To Ask Judge To Lift Restrictions On Souza-Baranowski Inmates » WBZ The attorneys representing clients at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley will ask a judge on Monday to lift restrictions on inmates.…

City Councilor Andrea Campbell: Boston needs more diversity in police, fire ranks » Boston Herald City Councilor Andrea Campbell is calling on Mayor Martin Walsh’s administration to make Boston’s emergency management systems more diverse — though the city’s top diversity officer says Bosto…

Massachusetts State Police overtime scandal: As troopers are sentenced, here is the status of their pensions and benefits » The Republican As the Massachusetts State Police work to fire 22 troopers identified by authorities as being part of a sweeping overtime scandal, officials at the state’s Retirement Board are still handling the ca…

State Government

Our View: Get moving on campaign office vacancy » The Eagle Tribune If left to players, no game would have refs. Sure, there would be arguments over a hockey offsides or the mystery penalty known as pass interference the plagues football, but players can sort that out…

Transportation

Committee Advancing $18 Bil Transpo Bond Bill » State House News Service A bill that would allow the Baker administration to begin borrowing up to $18 billion over multiple years to invest in transit, roads and bridges has been voted on by the Transportation Committee Wedn…

Baker hones in on transportation in Chamber speech » Boston Business Journal Following significant delays in results at the Iowa caucuses, candidates in the 2020 presidential race now turn their focus to the New Hampshire primary.…

Massachusetts’ Changes To Ride-Sharing Fees Could Hurt Those On Fixed Incomes » CBS Boston On Wednesday, Ali and Steven Harris went to Dottie’s Hair Salon in Peabody. It’s their monthly trip. And since neither one is able to drive anymore, they took an Uber. They used to use the MBTA’…

Springfield City Council Withdraws Objection To 'The X' Project » WAMC In December, the Springfield City Council unanimously approved an order objecting to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s proposed design for rebuilding a critical intersection known as …

State, MBTA officials announce 2020 closures to affect all subway lines, commuter rail » WCVB Gov. Charlie Baker and the MBTA on Thursday announced a wide-ranging new set of accelerated maintenance and service shutdowns riders can expect in 2020.…

High Costs, Few New Riders in East-West Rail Study » State House News Service Supporters of a high-speed rail connection between Boston and western Massachusetts have long argued the service would attract scores of riders who are tired of traffic or high housing prices, but a n…

Utilities

Solar farm company promises savings for residents » The Salem News It sounds like one of those too-good-to-be-true offers — no cost to join, a guaranteed discount, annual savings. And, oh yes, a limited time offer of a $100 bonus.…

LETTER: Pushing for hearing on nuclear issues » Newburyport News We The People’s (WTP) investigations of the “Troopergate Scandals” and cover-ups of nuclear safety concerns by NextEra Energy and by the NRC are now in the hands of the FBI.…

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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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