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Spilka: Justice Bills Will Require Sprint and Marathon » State House News Service Spilka said the Senate's working group, chaired by Sens. Sonia Chang-Diaz and Will Brownsberger, has met twice and discussed areas they're looking at during a virtual Senate caucus on Friday. Topics i…

Gregg Popovich calls Robert Kraft, Jerry Jones ‘hypocritical’ for past support of Trump » Boston.com Both men are two of seven NFL owners who donated at least $1 million to Trump’s inaugural committee while simultaneously running franchises who rely on a roster of mostly black players. That combina…

Pandemic highlights Baker’s sweeping — and indefinite — emergency authority » Boston Globe All his orders carry the power of law — in some cases, the potential for hefty fines ....…

Chair Of Black And Latino Caucus Calls For More Police Reform, 'Reprogramming' Police Funds » WBUR Springfield State Rep. Carlos González, chair of the Black and Latino Legislative Caucus, is calling for police reform — including independent investigations of police — but says calls to defund …

Some members push back as Mass. Asian American Commission head stands firm on Black Lives Matter statement » Boston Globe The controversy stems from claims in the June 4 statement that “deep roots of anti-Blackness” exist among Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, and that the community benefits “from the ‘mode…

The Hive Interview: Could Trump Steal the Election? » Vanity Fair (T)he GOP is investing $20 million to wage court battles across the nation to restrict or suppress voting, especially by African Americans and young people, and improve Trump’s chances of winning.…

Warren allies send letter urging Biden to pick her as running mate » Washington Post More than 100 liberal activists, leaders and celebrities signed a letter urging Joe Biden to select Sen. Elizabeth Warren as his running mate, intensifying pressure on the presumptive Democratic nomin…

"I can't speak to the state police budget piece," Baker said. "I'm not a big believer, at the end of the day, that the right way to solve a number of problems is to so-called 'defund the police.' I do believe in more accountability and transparency. And … we'll be filing legislation on that next week that we’ve been working with the Black and Latino Caucus on for quite a while."

Governor Charlie Baker

Commenting on whether he would shift the state police overtime budget in the same way Mayor Walsh has committed to doing so.

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Beltway Politics

Trump’s halting walk down ramp raises new health questions » Boston Globe President Trump faced new questions about his health Sunday, after videos emerged of him gingerly walking down a ramp at the US Military Academy at West Point and having trouble bringing a glass of wa…

Markey lets it rip in ‘Massachusetts family fight’ » Politico In his primary against Rep. Joe Kennedy III, the Democratic senator is forced to run like a challenger.…

Opinion: Media ups the ante on negative coverage of Trump » Boston Herald Liberals are beginning to swagger around as if the 2020 election is already over. Eugene Robinson at The Washington Post exclaimed that President Trump’s re-election campaign is “beginning to look…

Democrats split on ‘defund police’ movement » Boston Herald House Democratic Whip James Clyburn rejected calls within his party to defund police departments, aligning with more moderate proposals as Congress works on a response to nationwide protests against p…

Business

Coronavirus shutdown could lead to 20% of state restaurants never reopening, Massachusetts Restaurant Association says » MassLive About 20% of restaurants in the state may never reopen as a result of the economic strain created by the coronavirus shutdown.…

Cape Ann hotels, inns reopen in Phase 2 » Gloucester Times Cape Ann's hotels are booking new customers once again during Phase 2 of Gov. Charlie Baker's reopening plan for Massachusetts.…

Boston businesses confront hard questions around racial inequity » Boston Globe Plenty of talk. Not enough action. That was the recurring theme Friday as the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce held a wide-ranging forum to tackle issues of racial inequity in the city’s business …

Many businesses closed by COVID are not coming back » Commonwealth Magazine THE GREEN BEAN in Northampton was the type of breakfast and lunch place where people would visit daily, hold work meetings, meet their future spouse, or break up with a significant other. With its nar…

New PPP law may have made it more about protecting businesses than saving jobs » Boston Business Journal On June 10, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke to the Senate Small Business Committee and offered a glowing report on the performance of the $660 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) in…

Shutting down research labs happened fast, but ramping back up will be a long process » Milford Daily News When Gov. Charlie Baker announced a stay-at-home order in March, and some researchers pivoted their work to COVID-19, many other research laboratories across the state went into a form of hibernation,…

Longtime GE Aviation CEO to retire; successor named » Boston Business Journal The longtime CEO of jet engine manufacturer GE Aviation, which has a facility in Lynn, is retiring later this year, and the head of a Brazilian aerospace firm has been named his successor.…

Cannabis

Egremont couple crowdfunding future cannabis store, as more outlets reopen after shutdown » the Berkshire edge Most successful businesses originate in the minds of entrepreneurs with a dream. Either they see a market for the product or they imagine, as the Kevin Costner character did in “Field of Dreams,” …

Civil Rights

Boston prays for peace, justice in wake of police killing of George Floyd » Boston Herald Thousands of people from across the region gathered Sunday as protests continued in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis — including a massive crowd in Boston that prayed fo…

Opinion: Don’t confuse moral bankruptcy with racism » Boston Herald As more of our political elite joins the mobs in the streets to conflate the death of George Floyd with a general indictment of America as a racist and evil nation, black Americans, more than anyone, …

As social justice movement grows, Chinatown takes stock » Boston Globe In the aftermath of a peaceful protest that ended in sporadic violence and looting a couple of weeks ago, Angie Liou sat down and wrote her community a letter.…

Protests, vigils continue across the region Sunday » Boston Globe Faith leaders, doctors, and even a third-grader led demonstrations across the region Sunday, the latest movements in the nationwide wave of demonstrations against structural racism and police brutalit…

Thousands March In Boston For Black Transgender Lives » WBUR A day after the Trump administration rolled back healthcare protections for transgender people, a day after the U.S. queer community paused to recognize the 49 people killed in the Pulse night club sh…

Education

Hill Institute kindergarten’s decline, closing questioned » Gazette Net Parents, teachers and other community members are lamenting the closing of the historic kindergarten at the Hill Institute, a school that dates back almost 150 years and was founded with the goal of p…

With some remote learning likely for the fall, schools agonize over how much Zoom time to impose » Boston Globe The global pandemic upended life as we know it, shutting down school campuses across the country, but Zahriana Newson’s schedule at Roxbury Prep charter school barely changed. The high school senior…

Worcester schools to set up 3,500 internet hotspots for families during summer » Worcester Telegram Superintendent Maureen Binienda this week said the schools have secured enough funding to provide internet hotspots this summer to thousands of families that do not have web access.…

Pittsfield leaders issue urgent appeal for school funding » Berkshire Eagle Local elected and school officials are calling on lawmakers to prevent cuts to state aid and to release spending restrictions on federal coronavirus relief to prevent Pittsfield Public Schools from su…

Brockton Public Schools layoffs include art, music, health, technical and academic teachers » The Enterprise Of the two dozen Brockton Public Schools teachers who received pink slips this week, the bulk of them handle electives and specialized subjects, including music, art, health, business and physical and…

Pittsfield teachers union to rally Monday » Berkshire Eagle Will public school districts be able to safely and successfully reopen and best serve all students in the fall?…

Parents look back on joys, struggles of at-home learning » Cape Cod Times The last day of school typically brings forth laughter and joy as students shrug off backpacks in anticipation of summer fun and relaxation.…

In Lawrence, Shift To Remote Learning Could Deepen Existing Inequalities » WBUR Lucero and Jesus miss being at school. They are 5 and 10 years old. They’re playing while their mom, Margareth Jesus, gets ready for work at a factory in North Andover.…

Gaming

Trading sportsbooks for brokerages, bored bettors wager on stocks » Boston Globe When he wasn’t coaching sports, he was playing them or watching them. And if he was watching — well, a little skin in the game always made it more interesting for Steven Young, a teacher outside P…

Menu Of Safety Protocols Considered For A Reopening Of Massachusetts Casinos » New England Public Radio As they prepare for the eventual reopening casinos and a slots parlor, Massachusetts gaming regulators on Thursday combed through some of the health and safety protocols they could impose on gambling …

Health Care

Massachusetts is out of the coronavirus surge. But now officials have a different health care concern. » Boston.com "People aren’t stopping having heart attacks and strokes because of the pandemic. What’s happening is they’re not seeking needed medical care."…

Medical offices face reopening challenges » Gloucester Times After months of consulting patients by phone and video, primary care doctors and specialists are resuming office visits, but many face hurdles convincing people it's safe to return.…

Hospitals are trying to coax you back — and convince you that it’s safe — as the COVID-19 outbreak eases » Boston Globe Health care providers try to coax back more regular patients — and reassure them that it’s safe.…

Housing

'We Need More Housing': Pandemic Exacerbates Challenge Of Finding Housing For Homeless Adults » WBUR Natalie has been homeless and staying in Boston shelters for about a year and a half. During that time, she's worked with case managers to find an apartment. But that search has become much harder sin…

Human Services

Opinion: Universal Basic Income comes with a mammoth price tag » Boston Globe Last month, Democratic Senators Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and Ed Markey proposed the Monthly Economic Support Act, a program to provide monthly stimulus payments directly to individuals.…

Opinion: A monthly check would provide economic relief during the coronavirus crisis » Boston Globe Working families — and those forced out of their jobs by the coronavirus — must be able to trust that their government will support them through this economic downturn.…

Opinion: Extended State Foster Care Is A Necessity During COVID-19 » Law 360 Commencement season, normally a time of celebration and anticipation, is now full of uncertainty and anxiety. As a parent, how does one encourage children to become financially and socially independen…

Bags of rice handed out to residents in Laotian, Hmong communities » Sentinel & Enterprise The United Hmong of Massachusetts Inc. handed out sacks of rice and cloth masks to residents struggling from the economic impact of the coronavirus.…

Judiciary

Opinion: It’s time to raise the age » Commonwealth Magazine IT’S TIME TO BREAK the logjam on Beacon Hill and raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction above 18.…

Labor

Sen. Markey calls for more hotel worker protections following mass layoffs » WCVB A Massachusetts senator addressed the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on hospitality workers who were laid off from a Boston hotel.…

UMass survey finds state’s essential workers ‘stressed, unsafe, and insecure’ » Gazette Net A newly released survey from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Labor Center and the Center for Employment Equity shows that most essential workers in the state have felt unsafe, stressed and una…

Layoffs could be ‘tip of the iceberg’ for hard-hit hotel industry » Boston Herald The plight of workers laid off from one of Boston’s priciest hotels could be the “tip of the iceberg” for an industry particularly hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, warns one union leader.…

As Mass. economy reopens, more layoffs in hospitality industry » Boston Globe The long-term economic toll of the coronavirus is coming into sharper focus, as job losses mount in Massachusetts hotels and restaurants even as businesses try to reopen.…

WBUR union reaches first contract agreement with station » Boston Globe WBUR-FM, the NPR station owned by Boston University, said Friday it reached agreement on the first contract with the new union representing reporters, editors, engineers, and other employees after a y…

‘More federal support is absolutely essential’; Massachusetts officials expect more help for the state’s unemployed » The Republican Massachusetts officials said on Friday that more federal help is needed to bolster the state’s unemployment needs as the end of Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) program draws near.…

Legislative

Tran outlines work done in difficult times » Worcester Telegram As unemployment claims rose to a record high of 43 million, nationwide, and over 1 million in the state with businesses shuttering their doors due to COVID-19, our country was also brought down to its…

Local Government

Cape & Islands Legislative delegation Unveils #CountCapeCod » The Barnstable Patriot The Cape Cod & Islands state legislative delegation unveiled a region-wide social media campaign to encourage members of the public to fill out the 2020 census. The initiative comes in response to ris…

North End group says Columbus coming back » Boston Herald Christopher Columbus could once again show his face in a North End park where protesters last week beheaded a statue of the controversial Colonial-era explorer.…

Marshfield: Town Receives Over $1 Million from CARES Act Funds » 95.9 WATD The Town of Marshfield received a roughly $1.125 Million check in CARES Act Funds that are being distributed through Plymouth County. The check was presented during a ceremony at Marshfield Town Hall …

Coronavirus takes $65M bite out of Boston revenues » Boston Herald Coronavirus is taking a $65 million bite out of Boston’s revenue — more than double initial projections — prompting cost-cutting and hiring freezes across nearly every city department except sch…

Brookline Town Election Turnout: Less Than 18 Percent » Brookline Patch By the end of the day, some 6,815 voters cast ballots in Brookline's annual election Tuesday. There are 38,910 registered voters in Brookline. The turnout was about 17.5 percent, according to the Town…

Pressure Is Rising to Cut Police Budgets, but the Mayor Isn’t Completely on Board » Boston Magazine Advocates for defunding the police say Marty Walsh’s suggested cuts don't go far enough.…

Tear down statue of Lincoln towering over kneeling slave, petition says » Boston Globe For more than 100 years, the statue of Abraham Lincoln has stood in Park Square in tribute to the president known as the “Great Emancipator.” Lincoln towers over a half-clothed Black slave who is …

City officials resist calls to defund police » Worcester Telegram The city manager and several councilors last week said they aren’t inclined to heed demands for a reduction in the police budget, opining that the majority of city residents want more services and p…

State suggests municipalities convene town meetings outdoors » The Republican The state is urging communities with a town meeting form of government as their legislative body to convene those gatherings outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic.…

Boston’s New Budget No Longer Built on Local Aid Bump » State House News Service A hiring freeze and adjustments to debt service and snow removal projections account for $35 million in cost savings in Boston Mayor Martin Walsh's revised fiscal 2021 budget, which also wipes out any…

COVID Brings Springfield Dark Times, but Not Fiscal End Times…Yet » Western Mass Politics and Insight Despite the novel coronavirus' sudden economic upheaval, which has pummeled government tax revenues, the City of Springfield has prepared a budget without layoffs or cuts to services. Yet, the city's …

Sandwich, Mashpee, Wellfleet Residents Gather for Annual Town Meeting, Election » Cape Cod Online Three towns on the Cape are hosting their annual Town Meetings and Election today. It is the first major event held by the towns since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March.…

Politics

Kennedy: Politics, Virus Spread May Influence Stimulus » State House News Service Aid to state and local governments will be "a big piece" of a fourth federal COVID-19 relief package, U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III predicted Monday, tying relief funds to President Trump's re-election ef…

Public Health

Massachusetts reports 46 new coronavirus deaths, 392 new cases as Gov. Charlie Baker declares healthcare system is ‘out of surge’ » The Republican Massachusetts health officials announced another 46 people have died from coronavirus. Across the state the death now stands at 7,538.…

Guest columnist CDH CEO Joanne Marqusee: Channel outrage, grief into real change » Gazette Net Last Friday, June 5, over a hundred Cooley Dickinson Hospital staff came together (socially distanced and masked) at a kneel-in vigil, joining thousands of others across the nation who are honoring Ge…

Contact Tracing Apps Aren't Going to Solve the Pandemic » Governing Google and Apple paired up to produce software allowing health departments to create apps that trace how COVID-19 spreads. But most states aren't interested in the system and most Americans don't want…

Law takes effect to collect vital health data » Your Arlington The state Legislature has passed bipartisan legislation to promote equity and transparency as the Commonwealth continues to confront the Covid-19 pandemic. Gov. Baker has signed into law the bill, An…

A century later, another epidemic’s victims are remembered and reburied » Boston Globe A mother and two children. A man in a corduroy jacket. A horsehair wig and a straw pillow. Crucifixes and a rosary. All buried hastily on a Boston Harbor island more than a century ago in simple pine …

How a scrappy team of school nurses hunted the coronavirus in Revere » Boston Globe They were used to working with children: administering inhalers, checking blood sugar, mending scrapes and bruises. They were not infectious disease experts. They had never traced a virus.…

Failed septic systems spike during coronavirus pandemic » The Metro West Daily News Sickness and death, widespread unemployment, and millions of students forced into remote learning are some of the outcomes of the coronavirus pandemic. But there is another problem that hasn’t recei…

Aubri Esters, an advocate for safe drug use on the streets, dies at 35 » Boston Globe Aubri Esters treated with compassion those whose lives many consider disposable, such as drug users she sometimes could save — and sometimes couldn’t.…

Mass. reports 208 new coronavirus cases, 48 additional deaths » Boston Globe Massachusetts public health officials said Sunday they had detected 208 new cases of COVID-19, and that the viral illness had claimed 48 additional lives. But key metrics the state is using to track t…

Thousands of Demonstrators Urged to Get Tested This Week » State House News Service There has been a lot of talk about the danger of COVID-19 transmission at the hundreds of large demonstrations, marches and protests of the last few weeks, but the state has no way of knowing whether …

Mass. reports 87 new coronavirus cases, 23 new deaths as key metrics continue to fall » Boston Globe State officials reported Monday that the coronavirus death toll in Massachusetts had risen by 23 to 7,647 and that the number of people testing positive for the virus had climbed by 87 to 105,690, as …

Public Safety

Charlie Baker looks to create police certification process in Massachusetts » Lowell Sun Gov. Charlie Baker and House leaders are both working on legislation that would drill down on police accountability in part by creating an officer certification process — a system most other states …

Massachusetts Lawmakers Weigh Banning Police Chokeholds » CBS Boston Massachusetts lawmakers are working on legislation they say will respond to some of the concerns raised by those protesting George Floyd‘s killing, including banning the use of chokeholds by police.…

Beacon Hill leaders plan to overhaul law enforcement policies » The Eagle Tribune Beacon Hill leaders are planning to overhaul law enforcement policies, from banning the use of chokeholds to creating a state office that will oversee police standards.…

Defund the police makes some Democrats uncomfortable. That’s the point, activists say » Boston Globe Every Wednesday, Tawanda Jones, a preschool teacher from Baltimore, holds a demonstration to honor her brother Tyrone West, a Black man who died in handcuffs in 2013 after he was tackled to the ground…

Police killings prompt evaluation of laws allowing deadly force » Boston Globe The swift decision on Sunday to fire the white Atlanta police officer who shot and killed a black motorist intensified the growing reexamination of the use of deadly force by the police, challenging l…

Police, protesters finding common ground » Commonwealth Magazine THE MURDER of George Floyd was reprehensible and senselessly tragic. It was also, as an open letter from the US Major Cities Chiefs Association, signed by dozens of police chiefs from America’s larg…

Black People Made Up 70 Percent Of Boston Police Stops, Department Data Show » WGBH Seventy percent of people stopped by Boston Police officers through the department’s “Field Interrogation and Observation” program throughout most of last year were black — even though black r…

Opinion: A Chokehold By Another Name Still Kills » WGBH With a nod to Shakespeare, a chokehold by any other name is still a deadly police tactic.…

State Government

Sluggish census response may harm Cape Cod region » Cape Cod Times On Friday, it launched a bipartisan, regional social media campaign, #CountCapeCod, to encourage constituent response to the 2020 U.S. census. The campaign features testimonials from members of the de…

Holyoke Soldiers’ Home retired superintendent rallying support for expansion, renovation » The Republican Forty-eight days. It’s a short time in which to make a big impact, but Paul Barabani is a man on a mission. A mission to change the narrative about the Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke where he once serv…

“Positive Progress” Ahead of Decision on More Openings » State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker suggested Monday that he will announce by the end of this week when the second half of the current reopening phase will begin, and a prominent member of his party suggested over the…

Transportation

Pandemic Leads to a Bicycle Boom, and Shortage, Around World » NECN Fitness junkies locked out of gyms, commuters fearful of public transit, and families going stir crazy inside their homes during the coronavirus pandemic have created a boom in bicycle sales unseen in…

Coronavirus derails MBTA finances, report says deficit to hit $400 million by FY22 » Boston Herald The coronavirus has sent the MBTA’s already precarious financial footing “off the rails,” according to a new report that projects the virus will push the T’s deficit over $400 million by the n…

Taxpayers Foundation: T facing existential crisis » Commonwealth Magazine BATTERED BY A CORONAVIRUS pandemic that has slashed fare revenue and soured Beacon Hill on providing additional funding for new initiatives, the MBTA is facing a financial crisis worse than the one it…

Opinion: Let’s move on to flattening commute into Boston » Commonwealth Magazine THE COMMONWEALTH of Massachusetts and the city of Boston have come together in impressive fashion to address the COVID-19 crisis and flatten the curve.…

As the economy recovers, that same old problem is resurfacing — Boston traffic » Boston Globe Perhaps there is no greater sign that things are slowly but surely returning to some semblance of normal than the traffic backups on the Southeast Expressway.…

Report: MBTA Careening Toward Another Fiscal Crisis » State House News Service The MBTA faces "existential" long-term budget challenges as the pandemic's impact on revenue exacerbates existing trends, a fiscal watchdog group warned in a new report.…

Utilities

Effort to keep state’s largest power plant open fuels concern about climate, public health » Boston Globe The towering smokestacks of the state’s largest power plant have loomed for decades over the Boston area, spewing pollutants that produce smog, warm the planet, and exacerbate asthma and other respi…

Opinion: New transmission infrastructure needed for offshore wind » Commonwealth Magazine EARLIER THIS MONTH, Attorney General Maura Healey posed a fundamental question to the Department of Public Utilities. Now that Massachusetts has proclaimed a goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050,…

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 6/15

9:00am Joint Committee on Public Service, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

2:00pm Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, Public Hearing

Tuesday - 6/16

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

11:30am On the Road with the Community Colleges: Driving the Economic Recovery, Via Zoom - registration required

1:00pm The Boston Globe - Bold Types Live: The Future of Downtown Boston, Zoom Webinar

5:00pm CommonWealth: The Pandemic and the Police: A Convergence of Crises for Communities of Color, Streamed live on CommonWealth’s Facebook page and YouTube page

6:00pm WBUR Town Hall: Health Before Profits: Businesses Step Up During COVID-19, Virtual Event

Wednesday - 6/17

No Hearings Scheduled

Thursday - 6/18

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

3:30pm Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities, Public Hearing

Friday - 6/19

8:00am Returning to the Workplace: Effective Employer Strategies, an MHTC Roundtable, Via Zoom - registration required

9:00am Joint Committee on Education, Public Hearing

11:00am Senator Lesser's Thrive After 55 Senior Fair on Mass Appeal, Mass Appeal

12:00pm Irish Community Conversation On Black Lives Matter, Zoom Meeting

2:00pm The Boston Globe - How To Build An Anti-Racist Movement, Zoom Webinar

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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