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Must-Reads

Wolf: Contract Claims Unlikely to Prevail in Eviction Case » State House News Service .A federal court judge said Monday that three landlords who have sued the state over its moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic are unlikely to prevail on their claim that the law uncons…

RI: If Biden wins, what’s next for Governor Raimondo? » Boston Globe Treasury secretary: This would likely be the hardest job to turn down, as no woman has ever held the job and it closely aligns with Raimondo’s skill set.…

Video: Stephen Lynch tears into Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over the recent USPS changes » Boston.com "I’m tempted to ask, after 240 years of patriotic service of delivering the mail, how can one person screw this up in just a few weeks?"…

In caustic Senate race’s final days: news of death threats against Kennedy, complaints of whining » Boston Globe (A) top Markey aide slammed Kennedy’s team for “choosing to end this campaign with crocodile tears‘‘ instead of substantive policy debates.…

Both parties featured this House battleground at their conventions » Roll Call That both parties chose to spotlight the race for Pennsylvania’s 17th District in the Pittsburgh suburbs highlights the importance both Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden have put on the Keyston…

N.Y. attorney general asks judge to order Eric Trump’s testimony » Boston Globe The New York State attorney general’s office has stepped up its inquiry into whether President Trump and the Trump Organization committed fraud by overstating assets to get bank loans, asking a judg…

Why Trump’s Approval Ratings on the Economy Remain Durable » New York Times Despite the recession, polling data and interviews with voters and political analysts suggest that a confluence of factors are raising the president’s standing on the economy issue.…

The Grand Old Meltdown » Politico “Look, I’m the one guy who’s going to give you a straight answer. I don’t give a shit-I had a stroke in January, so there’s nothing anyone can do to me to make my life suck,” he said. “I…

Nancy Pelosi says Joe Kennedy endorsement is ‘consistent’ with her practice of supporting House Democrats » Boston.com The endorsement also puts Pelosi at odds with New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, the Democratic minority leader in the Senate, who has fundraised for Markey’s re-election campaign, as well as the Democrat…

‘Everything is on the table’ as MBTA eyes looming budget crunch » Boston Globe With a huge budget deficit looming next summer, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said Monday it will not rule out service cuts, fare hikes, or layoffs as it scrambles to save or raise $4…

Rollins withdraws motion for higher bail in case involving Bail Fund » Commonwealth Magazine The motion, which CommonWealth reported about on Sunday, sparked sharp criticism from the head of the state office overseeing legal representation for poor defendants and from the director of the Mass…

Mass General Brigham sees pandemic's 'silver lining' in telehealth » Boston Business Journal In February, telehealth represented 0.2% of all outpatient visits across Mass General Brigham. By April, virtual visits across video, telephone and more accounted for 62% of outpatient visits. In five…

FL: School reopening lawsuit: Judge rules in favor of Florida teachers » Tampa Bay Times The Florida Department of Education quickly appealed the ruling, which called the state's actions unconstitutional.…

Joint Venture Nabs $403 Mil South Coast Rail Contract » State House News Service Work to bring commuter rail service to New Bedford and other communities well south of Boston cleared another major hurdle Monday when the MBTA agreed on a nearly $404 million contract rounding out th…

Baker-linked PAC backs 13 Dems, 4 Republicans in primary battles » Commonwealth Magazine A SUPER PAC with ties to Republican Gov. Charlie Baker is pouring nearly $94,000 into 17 state primary races involving 13 Democrats and four Republicans.…

“In my heart, I’m tempted to ask, after 240 years of patriotic service delivering the mail: How can one person screw this up in just a few weeks?” Lynch said during the hearing. “I understand you bring private sector expertise. I guess we couldn’t find a government worker who could screw it up this fast.”

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Questioning Postmaster General Louis DeJoy during an oversight hearing after DeJoy has been slashing costs across the agency leading to delays.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

George W. Bush Endorses Susan Collins » New Boston Post “She’s honest. She’s forthright. She brings dignity into a world that has gotten really ugly. The political world is uglier than I can ever remember it,” he told The Associated Press on Friday…

How Trump's hard line against immigration could hurt him in Florida » Politico Lawmakers in both parties are urging the president to protect Venezuelans from deportation, but so far he's sided with immigration hawks.…

Republicans officially nominate Trump for second term » Boston Globe President Trump was formally renominated for a second term on Monday and immediately accused Democrats of leveraging the coronavirus crisis “to steal the election,” using the first day of the Repu…

Republican convention speakers issue dark warnings on country’s future, distort Trump’s record » Boston Globe A rising generation of Republican stars offered an optimistic view of President Donald Trump's leadership, but were undermined on the opening night of the GOP's scaled-back convention by speakers issu…

Three big picture takeaways from the first night of the Republican National Convention » Boston Globe Following the Democratic National Convention last week, Republicans took America for a hard right turn during the opening night of their gathering on Monday. With speeches largely taped in an empty Wa…

Fact Check: Trump, GOP make false assertions on health care, vote fraud » Boston Globe President Donald Trump made a dizzying array of misleading claims about voting fraud and health care Monday as fellow Republicans opened their convention with speeches distorting the agenda of his Dem…

RNC sends Trump-Pence ticket off and running » Boston Herald President Trump was renominated at the Republican National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Monday where Massachusetts delegate Jim Lyons said a surprise appearance by both Trump and Vice President Mike…

Boston Irish publisher: "My Vote's for Senator Ed Markey" » Boston Irish Last week, when I early voted in the upcoming Democratic primary election, I cast my vote to re-elect Ed Markey as our United States Senator.…

4 Takeaways From The 1st Night Of The Republican National Convention » WBUR The first night of the Republican National Convention was a little scattershot. It seemed to be partially about counter-programming the Democratic National Convention last week, partially intended to …

Business

Tech startups pivot to solve new problems in the pandemic » Boston Globe For many of us, the colliding crises of 2020 feel like daily chaos that must be trudged through. Entrepreneurs are different: Many of them see opportunity in the chaos. And among the 130 companies par…

IRobot launches new software platform aimed at making its robots smarter » Boston Globe IRobot’s product launches normally focus on shiny new machines designed to scuttle around your rug or floor, cleaning up debris. But this latest launch is different: It focuses on the brains behind …

Black family that may have been racially profiled by Boston hotel receives apology » Boston Globe On Aug. 15, Marilyn Mathieu, her partner, and their two young boys checked out of their hotel in Boston and headed to Cambridge, where they walked around the Harvard campus.…

Raytheon dropped from Dow Jones index after just four months » Boston Business Journal Raytheon Technologies Corp. was one of three companies jettisoned from the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Monday.…

Fed Relief $$$ to Fund Buy Local Ad Campaign » State House News Service In the run-up to the annual sales tax holiday weekend, Gov. Charlie Baker announced a $2 million ad campaign on Tuesday that will run through the end of the year, encouraging residents to shop, dine o…

My Local MA campaign to safely support small and local businesses » News 22 WWLP.com Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito announced the launch of an effort to encourage residents of the Commonwealth to support their local economies by shopping at local Massachusetts bu…

Paul Ryan teams with Boston's Solamere Capital on blank-check firm » Boston Business Journal A blank-check acquisition company that counts former U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan among its partners filed to go public on Monday, with a Boston-based private equity firm serving a key role.…

Crimes

Man Accused Of Sex Trafficking At Encore Casino, Natick Hotel » Brookline Patch A Worcester man has been held without bail on charges of human trafficking and kidnapping, Attorney General Maura Healey's office said. Ronald Hall, 46, is accused of trafficking a victim for sex at E…

Education

A tiny college with lots of land plots a tough strategy for survival » Boston Business Journal Unity College is something akin to a canary in a coal mine when it comes to higher education in America.…

After School Programs Want To Host Students During Remote Learning Days, But They Can't » WBUR Some after-school programs want to open their doors to students during remote learning days, but claim the state needs to give them permission and more funding.…

Springfield sticking with plan for teachers to work remotely, despite state recommendation to instruct from classroom » The Republican The city’s superintendent of schools said Monday that Springfield will stick with plans for teachers to stay out of their classrooms this fall despite a state recommendation for educators to provide…

Cape Ann schools get money for improving access to technology » Gloucester Times School districts on Cape Ann will be using grants from the state to strengthen teaching during the novel coronavirus pandemic.…

The Urgent Need to Rethink How We Fund Our Schools » Governing Federal help is needed now to reopen schools safely and address educational gaps. But for the long term, K-12 education needs to become more financially efficient and prioritize equity.…

The New Look of Boston’s Higher Education Institutions » Boston Magazine In a time of major upheaval, what does the future hold for higher learning in Boston? Five hometown college and university leaders peer into their crystal ball—and what they see might surprise you.…

Environment

State botanist rediscovers endangered orchid not seen in nearly two decades » Boston Globe During a recent expedition deep into the thickets and brambles of an undisclosed area in Bristol County, Bob Wernerehl saw something that left him breathless.…

Federal

Senate panel: Trump colluded with Russia in 2016 election » Boston Herald “Dear President Putin,” wrote Donald Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Dec. 19, 2007, congratulating the former KGB officer on being named Time Magazine’s Man of the Year. “You defi…

Health Care

Moderna negotiating Covid vaccine sale in Europe » Boston Business Journal The Cambridge-based biotech disclosed Monday that it is in negotiations with the European Commission, which works on behalf of the 27 countries in the European Union. The deal currently on the table i…

Some experts fear FDA’s plasma decision will hinder research; UMass doctor touts benefits » Boston Globe The FDA’s decision this week to allow convalescent plasma as a treatment for COVID-19 will make it harder to conduct rigorous studies of its effectiveness, because patients will demand the therapy r…

Covid-19 vaccine trial at Brigham and Women's criticized for lack of diversity » Boston Business Journal Black community leaders are urging Brigham and Women’s Hospital to include more Black patients in the ongoing trial for a Covid-19 vaccine from local biotech Moderna Inc.…

UMass Memorial was expecting its worst year yet. Now it could break even. » Boston Business Journal In May, UMass Memorial Health Care was anticipating the worst financial year in its history as canceled elective procedures gutted revenue and the health system suffered millions before the worst of c…

Mass General Brigham's top financial exec to retire » Boston Business Journal Peter Markell, the chief financial officer for Mass General Brigham, plans to retire after 21 years with the state’s largest health system and largest private employer.…

Housing

Boston to consider looser zoning for affordable housing » Boston Globe Two city councilors are calling for a hearing to streamline the arcane zoning code for some kinds of affordable housing developments.…

Massachusetts eviction moratorium in federal judge’s hands, to be decided Wednesday » Boston Herald The state’s moratorium on evictions hangs in the balance of a federal judge who heard arguments Monday that would temporarily lift the ban amid the pandemic as landlords struggle to make ends meet, …

Challenge To Mass. Eviction Halt Will Play Out In 2 Courts » Law 360 Massachusetts landlords seeking to end a moratorium on most evictions during the pandemic can keep making their case in both federal and state courts, as a federal judge on Monday rejected a forum-sho…

CT: Lamont extends eviction moratorium for tenants behind on rent » CT Mirror Gov. Ned Lamont said Thursday he will use his emergency powers to extend until October the ban on evictions, a step that will require him to either declare a new public health emergency or seek legisl…

Human Services

State Announces Revised Minimum Requirements For Child Care » Cape Cod Online The Department of Early Education and Care has announced revised Minimum Requirements for Health and Safety outlining expectations for child care providers.…

Judiciary

Federal Judge: Contract Claims Unlikely To Prevail In Mass. Eviction Case » WBUR A federal court judge said Monday that three landlords who have sued the state over its moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic are unlikely to prevail on their claim that the law unconst…

Labor

Massachusetts unemployment checks to get $300 boost from feds amid coronavirus crisis » Boston Herald Massachusetts unemployment checks will soon get $300 fatter thanks to a federal grant amid the coronavirus crisis, according to the state’s Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development on Mon…

Extra Unemployment Benefits Coming To Mass. » WBUR Massachusetts residents who are unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be able to receive up to an additional $900 in aid thanks to a federal grant award, state officials announced Monday.…

Local Government

Ex-City Hall health chief Felix G. Arroyo sues Marty Walsh » Boston Globe Former City Hall health and human services chief Felix G. Arroyo is suing Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, saying he was wrongfully fired three years ago in the wake of sexual harassment accusations that…

Six residents seek appointment to Amherst Planning Board » Gazette Net Six residents, including an incumbent seeking another three-year term, are being interviewed this week by the Community Resources Committee to fill vacancies on the Planning Board.…

Revisions to Lunenburg’s charter approved by state legislature » Sentinel & Enterprise A bill that would make several revisions to the town’s charter is now on the governor’s desk after receiving final approval from the state legislature on Aug. 20.…

Lawrence officials crack down on bars, owner says her establishment wrongfully targeted » WHDH The city of Lawrence is cracking down on coronavirus restrictions by shutting down businesses that officials claim are just bars masquerading as restaurants.…

Lawrence cracks down on 'bars masquerading as restaurants' » The Eagle Tribune Saying it is following guidance from the state, the city’s Licensing Board has begun shutting down bars “masquerading as restaurants” as Gov. Charlie Baker put it during a recent press conferenc…

Newburyport City Council committee recommends 'hybrid' meeting policy » Newburyport News The City Council's Ad-Hoc Committee on Remote Participation voted to recommend the full council adopt a policy allowing it to host hybrid meetings attended in person by some councilors and remotely by…

Politics

Rivals hit Jake Auchincloss over marijuana skepticism » Boston Globe In the latest progressive broadside aimed at Jake Auchincloss, other candidates in the crowded Fourth Congressional District Democratic primary are criticizing the Newton city councilor and former Mar…

Voter guide: The 2020 Massachusetts primaries » Boston Globe This election season, the voters of Massachusetts will serve as a hiring committee and name job candidates for nine different posts in the House of Representatives and one in the Senate. With that in …

State Senator Becca Rausch Endorses Jesse Mermell for Congress » Brookline Patch In the latest sign that Democrats are coalescing around Jesse Mermell's campaign for Congress as Election Day nears, State Senator Becca Rausch endorsed Mermell today. The Needham Democrat represents …

Massachusetts Republican Senate candidate Kevin O’Connor discusses candidacy with the Sun » Lowell Sun As the Massachusetts senate primary election fast approaches, many across the state have directed their focus toward the tight race between incumbent Sen. Ed Markey and his Democratic challenger Rep. …

Experts: It's going to be a close race in fight for Joe Kennedy's Congress seat » The Metro West Daily News With eight Democratic hopefuls battling to succeed Rep. Joe Kennedy in Congress, less than 20% of the vote could be enough to win.…

Boston Doctor Aims To Unseat Longtime Democrat Who Voted Against Obamacare » HUFFPOST Robbie Goldstein, a congressional candidate in Massachusetts’ 8th Congressional District, feels like he’s doing this elaborate tap dance routine and no one is paying attention.…

5th District candidates aim to get economy back on track » Cape Cod Times Thomas Keyes and Steven Xiarhos want the 5th Barnstable District state representative seat to remain in Republican control, but only one can be the party’s nominee.…

Newcomer Canavan-Wagner challenges Parisella for state rep » The Salem News In the best of times, the odds of a political newcomer upending an established incumbent can be difficult. Throw in a pandemic and a lockdown, and things really get tricky.…

Opinion: Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse is committed to policing reforms » Boston Globe He is a committed ally in the fight for racial justice and has shown his commitment throughout his time in office.…

Light turnout for early voting in Bristol County cities so far » WPRI.com Voters in Bristol County seem a lot more interested in mailing back their primary ballots rather than casting them in person so far.…

LETTER: Which party do they represent? » Newburyport News In the Aug. 20 front-page article, Robert Roy of Salisbury talks about his “ongoing series of Republican signs,” the most recent of which is the Confederate flag with a message that reads, “Thou…

Opinion: Joe Kennedy, facing death threats, gets beefed up security on campaign trail » Boston Herald U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III, locked in an increasingly ugly race against U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, is now getting beefed up security protection on the campaign trail because of threats directed tow…

Three Democrats Are Vying For Holyoke State Representative Seat » NEPM Three Democrats are on the primary ballot in the 5th Hampden District of the Massachusetts House, which covers all of Holyoke. The incumbent, Aaron Vega, is not seeking reelection.…

TO THE LEFT, TO THE LEFT (A MASS PRIMARY PRIMER) » Dig Boston In Allston-Brighton and around the region, progressives mount unprecedented challenges against longtime incumbents…

Public Health

Holyoke Community College offering drive-thru COVID-19 testing » MassLive For the next three weeks, Holyoke Community College will offer free COVID-19 tests to the public as part of the state’s Stop the Spread initiative.…

Massachusetts coronavirus 1.1% positive test rate stays at record low » Boston Herald Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported 27 new coronavirus deaths and 571 new cases as the average positive test rate remained at the state’s record low level of 1.1% over the weekend.…

Lynn emerges as a new center of COVID-19 in Massachusetts » Boston Globe As COVID-19 ravaged Massachusetts in the spring and summer, a blue-collar city north of Boston emerged as the state’s worst outbreak.…

Mass. reports 571 new coronavirus cases, 27 new deaths as state releases weekend cases following systems upgrade » Boston Globe Massachusetts had 27 new deaths due to COVID-19 and 571 new cases of the virus, the state reported Monday, as officials resumed the flow of the state’s coronavirus dashboard Monday following an upgr…

After a day of no new COVID data, Massachusetts reports 27 new coronavirus deaths, 571 cases as infection rate dips to 1.1% » The Republican Due to a planned upgrade of the state’s electronic laboratory reporting system, Massachusetts did not report any new coronavirus cases and deaths on Sunday. With the upgrade complete, the state rele…

Biogen conference likely led to 20,000 COVID-19 cases in Boston area, researchers say » Boston Globe A new study shows the Biogen conference held at Boston’s Marriott Long Wharf hotel in February played a far greater role in spreading the coronavirus than previously thought.…

Public Safety

Worcester Board of Health meets with city’s police department to address racism, police bias » The Republican Worcester’s Board of Health met with the Worcester Police Department leadership over Zoom on Monday to discuss a dozen recommendations put forward by health officials pertaining to racism, police bi…

Sex Offender Registries Often Fail Those They Are Designed To Protect » WBUR Inside the sprawling two-story tan and coral stucco building on New York Avenue in Northeast Washington, D.C., is a men's homeless shelter that once served as a halfway house run by the government.…

THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WHOSE PUBLIC INFO OFFICER DOESN’T DO FOIA REQUESTS » Dig Boston Agawam is hardly alone in its delinquency, but it’s a case worth noting, since such actions are clear violations of the records law, which mandates that requests should be responded to within 10 bus…

State Government

Galvin: Mail-In Extension Would Upset General Election Calendar » WBUR Plaintiffs raised voting rights issues Monday in calling for a 10-day extension of the period allotted for counting mail-in ballots, but the state's top elections official argued the relief sought to …

Massachusetts veterans group, feds push back against extending mail-in ballot deadline » Boston Herald The Disabled American Veterans Department of Massachusetts is pushing back against an effort to extend the deadline for counting mail-in ballots in the state’s Sept. 1 primaries, saying any delay co…

Candidates want mail-in ballot deadline extended » WCVB More voters will be mailing in their ballots this election season amid the coronavirus pandemic.…

Fewer Seniors Are Working at Polling Places Amid the Pandemic. Young People Are Stepping in » NBC Boston For years, Eileen Velez has looked forward to working the polls in Boston's Hyde Park. But the 65-year-old said she’ll be sitting out the November elections this year because her 69-year-old husband…

Taxation

For Boston’s revenues amid the pandemic, it could be worse, according to researchers » Boston Globe When it comes to revenue projections for major American cities fighting the COVID-19 pandemic this fiscal year, you could do a lot worse than Boston, according to a new paper from a trio of researcher…

Transportation

South Coast Rail Now Full Speed Ahead » WBSM The MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board today approved the second major contract for South Coast Rail, a $400 million contract that provides for the construction of New Bedford stations as well a…

Fare Hikes, Layoffs on Table to Address MBTA Woes » State House News Service Fare hikes, layoffs and other budget-balancing strategies are all in play at the MBTA starting next fiscal year as the agency embarks on an effort to close an impending budget gap of at least $308 mil…

T notes: Pollack to pick preferred ‘throat’ approach in Oct. » Commonwealth Magazine Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack indicated on Monday that in October she intends to pick a “preferred alternative” for the I-90 Allston project, including how to reconstruct the transpor…

T preps for $308m deficit in fiscal 2022 » Commonwealth Magazine Poftak: ‘This is a transit problem, not an MBTA problem’…

'Everything Is On The Table' As MBTA Tries To Close At Least $308 Million Budget Gap » WBUR The MBTA is looking at ways to save money and bring in revenue in an effort to close an expected budget gap of at least $308 million due to the coronavirus pandemic.…

Nine key takeaways from the Globe’s ‘Blind Spot’ investigation » Boston Globe For nearly a year, Globe reporters scoured crash data and records and found that menacing drivers across the country are escaping scrutiny — and remaining on the road — due to bureaucratic neglect…

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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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