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DeLeo Opens Up on Issues, House Agenda » State House News Service DeLeo said he was "not so sure" that the ROE bill would be part of the agenda for Thursday's potential formal session, but reiterated he wants that debate to happen by session's end. "I want to get it…

Massachusetts votes ‘yes’ on Question 1 ballot measure, ‘no’ on 2 as campaign concedes » Boston Herald Massachusetts voters agree they have a “Right-to-Repair” — overwhelmingly voting to approve ballot Question 1, but rejected an appeal for ranked-choice voting in Tuesday’s election.…

Hospitals prepare for potential post-election tumult » Boston Business Journal Much about the election may remain uncertain in the coming days or weeks, as votes are tallied across the country. But hospitals are preparing for a potential increase in volume, whether from violence…

RI: Mattiello trailing Fenton-Fung with more votes still to be counted » Providence Journal Unless early-in person votes and mail ballots save him, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello is headed for defeat. Republican Barbara Ann Fenton-Fung, the wife of term-limited Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, w…

OPINION: 2020 Will Not Be Decisive » New York Times The pandemic campaign was a test of whether our system can produce governing majorities. It looks like it can’t.…

Gov. Baker nominates Judge Dalila Argaez Wendlandt to SJC. She would be the first Latina on the high court » Boston Globe Wendlandt’s selection comes less than a week after Baker nominated associate justice Kimberly S. Budd as the court’s chief justice. Budd, if confirmed, would be the first Black woman to serve as i…

Kip Diggs unseats William Crocker in 2nd Barnstable District race » Cape Cod Times Diggs, a construction inspector for the town of Barnstable, is also a former world welterweight boxing champion.…

NY: Ocasio-Cortez Wins 2nd Term in Costly Loss for Republicans » New York Times Her challenger had collected $10 million, but Ms. Ocasio-Cortez still coasted to an easy win, creating speculation about her future political ambitions.…

NY: Ritchie Torres makes history as first openly gay Black man elected to Congress » Daily News The 32-year-old City Council member defeated Republican Patrick Delices to become the next representative from the 15th Congressional District, which covers the South Bronx.…

Trump has attacked democracy’s institutions, but never so blatantly as he did overnight » Washington Post His attempt to falsely claim victory and to subvert the election itself by calling for a halt to vote-counting represents the gravest of threats to the stability of the country.…

FL: ‘This is Trump country’: Florida is a swing state no more » Politico Democrats, already on defense in Florida, were overrun Tuesday. Two congressional incumbents fell to Republican challengers, and the party’s hope of cutting into GOP dominance in the state Legislatu…

Democrats keep the House, but unclear if they will gain seats » Politico After taking the House in 2018, Democrats had expected to carve much further into the suburbs once controlled by Republicans.…

Dems Build Senate Advantage to 37 of 40 Seats » State House News Service Massachusetts Democrats appear to have been unable to capitalize on having a deeply unpopular Republican president at the top of the ticket this fall and will not likely emerge from Election Day with …

Cronin declares victory; Sen. Tran not conceding » Commonwealth Magazine DEMOCRAT JOHN CRONIN was clinging to a tiny lead over Republican Sen. Dean Tran of Fitchburg early Wednesday morning, but Cronin said the trendlines were enough for him to declare victory.…

A generational journey: Meghan Kilcoyne becomes 1st woman elected to Massachusetts’ 12th Worcester District » The Republican Massachusetts had just ratified the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, the year Mary Kilcoyne was born. By August 1920, a year later, 35 other states had ratified the amendment and…

Steven Xiarhos edges James Dever in 5th Barnstable District race » Wicked Local Plymouth Former Yarmouth police Deputy Chief Steven Xiarhos will be the 5th Barnstable District’s next state representative, beating James Dever in Tuesday’s election by 1,167 votes.…

House To Release State Budget Proposal Thursday » State House News Service Four months after the budget year began, House leaders will release a full spending plan for fiscal 2021 on Thursday, and plan to open debate on the budget next week, kicking off a process that has be…

"The political polling profession is done," Republican pollster Frank Luntz said just after 11 p.m. "It is devastating for my industry."

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It was a terrible night for polling. They were wrong, almost all of them, almost everywhere.

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Beltway Politics

Opinion: Democrats’ disdain for Trump supporters broadens national divide » Boston Herald Hillary Clinton called them deplorables. Joe Biden calls them chumps. This is what Democratic Party leaders called Trump supporters, which make up half of all voting Americans — deplorables and chum…

Opinion: Trump finally unifies the nation » Boston Globe Years of presidential lies, chaos, and cruelty imbued this election with an urgency uncommon among voters.…

Opinion: The long, hopeful wait » Boston Globe Good things come to those who wait, the old saying goes. Let’s hope that will be the case for Democrats in this election.…

What we know, what we don’t know, and what to watch next in the election returns. In simple bullet points » Boston Globe Significant developments in the Election Day returns came in overnight. There is a lot of noise, speculation, and analysis out there, so let’s just cut to the chase in the cleanest format possible.…

Opinion: All Trump had to do was act presidential » Boston Globe Even with the White House on the line, Trump couldn’t bring himself to curb his obnoxious and juvenile antics.…

This Election Is About Character of the Country: Patrick » Bloomberg Politics Deval Patrick, former governor of Massachusetts and co-chair of American Bridge 21st Century, discusses the presidential election, the role race plays in the vote and the Democrats’ strategy for edu…

Paths to victory narrow for Trump and Biden in tight race for president » Boston Globe The voting was over. The counting was not. But even with a mountain of ballots left to tally in crucial states, President Trump falsely and prematurely claimed victory over Democrat Joe Biden early We…

GOP, Democrats in fierce battle for control of the Senate » Boston Globe The gush of money from angry Democratic voters, the deaths of more than 230,000 Americans from COVID-19, and the economic fallout that has left millions without jobs — none of it was enough to deliv…

Another night on the razor’s edge » Boston Globe It was another night on the razor’s edge, another night with an unsettling, confusing, and, familiar feel.…

A landslide for democracy » Boston Globe Given every reason to turn away — a pandemic, cries of fraud, attempts to suppress — we the people turned out. No matter the winner, it was a reminder of who owns democracy.…

Trump, Biden locked in struggle for final battleground states » Boston Herald The too-close-to-call 2020 presidential election continued into a new day as both President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden projected victory with key battleground states still hanging in the b…

‘The squad’ members returning to the House: AOC, Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar declared winners » Boston Herald Members of “the squad” are returning to the House of Representatives after winning re-election Tuesday night, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley and Ilhan Omar.…

Howie Carr: Where’s that blue wave? » Boston Herald So much for the big blue wave. It may not be totally over, but it could be that Trump is getting Four More Years. What happened to Texas being “in play?” Ditto, Georgia.…

Trump held a victory celebration at the White House without a victory as 2020 race dangles » Boston Globe It was a victory celebration without a victory. Empty wine glasses littered a table in the East Room of the White House. Pizza boxes and cans of White Claw hard seltzer abounded elsewhere in the compl…

Business

With Harbor Garage tower under city review, Chiofaro has some persuading to do » Boston Globe For more than a decade, Don Chiofaro has been trying to persuade people to let him build a skyline-altering skyscraper on the edge of Boston Harbor. He still has some persuading to do.…

Wayfair beats Wall Street forecast, shows growth in Europe » Boston Globe Wayfair’s stock rose 7 percent on Tuesday to $274.11 a share, after the Boston-based online seller of home goods reported profits and revenue for the third quarter that exceeded Wall Street’s expe…

Chicopee restaurant owner, customer say Gov. Baker's new orders are hurting everyone » Western Mass News Restaurants and bars that serve food are bracing for the impact of Gov. Charlie Baker's new order that will force them to close for in-person dining every night at 9:30 starting Friday.…

Right to repair ballot question passes, but implementation a concern » Commonwealth Magazine MASSACHUSETTS VOTERS on Tuesday voted to expand the state’s Right to Repair law and require car manufacturers to provide more information to independent repair shops.…

Cannabis

Mass. surpasses $1B in marijuana sales » Worcester Business Journal Cannabis retailers in Massachusetts have now cumulatively passed $1 billion in gross sales, the state’s Cannabis Control Commission announced on Tuesday.…

Civil Rights

Surprise challenger for NAACP president reflects new activism » Berkshire Eagle The election for president of the Berkshire branch of the NAACP has grown prickly after its long-standing president drew an unexpected challenger.…

Education

High school will shift to hybrid education » Martha's Vineyard Times The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will shift to a hybrid model on Nov. 30, depending on case counts and evaluation of community spread by health officials.…

Environment

Under pressure, pipeline firms pay $800,000 for Sandisfield road and environmental damages » the Berkshire edge Following the damage to the vernal pool, DEP issued a unilateral administrative order to Tennessee Gas, requiring it to take "immediate corrective actions to stabilize and restore this important ecolo…

Gaming

Encore Casino Analyzing Changes Under New State Regulations » Everett Independent The impact to the workforce at the Encore Boston Harbor casino is still being analyzed after the major rollback of hours by Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday due to escalating case numbers statewide – a …

Encore to close hotel amid new restrictions on operating hours » Boston Globe Encore Boston Harbor plans to close its hotel amid new restrictions on the casino’s operating hours, which were instituted as part of new limitations announced by the state Monday in response to gro…

Health Care

UMass Memorial again restricting visitors, not allowing any for most COVID patients » Worcester Business Journal UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester is tightening visitor restrictions again as coronavirus cases rise in the city and across Central Massachusetts.…

Biogen gains $20B in value on new hope for Alzheimer's drug » Boston Business Journal The long saga of Biogen Inc.’s Alzheimer’s disease drug took another turn Wednesday, after newly released documents from an advisory committee to the Food and Drug Association were interpreted by …

Ahead of crucial meeting, Biogen’s Alzheimer’s drug wins praise from the FDA » Boston Globe If the drug were approved, it would be the first new medicine for the disease in nearly two decades.…

Housing

State's Emergency Rent Program Is Understaffed And Overwhelmed, Housing Advocates Say » WBUR It’s a weekday afternoon at the Archdale Village public housing development in Roslindale, and Margareth Joseph is still recovering from another nearly sleepless night.…

Legislative

Rausch appears on way to second term in state Senate » The Sun Chronicle Becca Rausch appeared to be on her way to a second term in the state Senate Tuesday night, turning back a challenge from a veteran Franklin town councilor.…

State Sen. Susan Moran elected to full term in Plymouth & Barnstable District » Cape Cod Times Incumbent state Sen. Susan Moran, D-Falmouth, won a full term Tuesday to the Plymouth & Barnstable District seat she first claimed just six months ago.…

Local Government

Lee voters adopt preservation act, despite tax bite » Berkshire Eagle Businesses and homeowners will pay a little more on their property tax bills to preserve the town’s way of life.…

Politics

Opinion: Four years of division enough, time for election winners and losers to get over it » Boston Herald While the presidential election is still too close to call, there have to be winners and losers in every election — like ridiculous ranked choice voting, which was endorsed by Dems like Sen. Elizabe…

Auchincloss Wins 4th Congressional District Race » WBUR Jake Auchincloss has won the House seat soon to be vacated by Congressman Joe Kennedy III.…

Biden wave in Mass. doesn’t translate in House » Commonwealth Magazine THE BLUE WAVE in Massachusetts for Joe Biden and the state’s congressional delegation didn’t translate into a sweep of local House races for Democrats.…

Mainers turn out in strong numbers for sharply contested Senate race with national implications » Boston Globe After more than a year of campaigning, a record $160 million raised, and unheard-of negativity for a Maine political race, Republican Senator Susan Collins built a healthy lead over Democratic challen…

MA election 2020: Sen. Ed Markey captures another term » Worcester Telegram Democrat Joe Biden won Massachusetts and Democratic U.S. Sen. Edward Markey was reelected for another six-year term as voting concluded Tuesday.…

Blue wave rolls across state » Commonwealth Magazine WITH AMERICANS CASTING ballots in an election unlike any other, Massachusetts residents voted in record numbers, with Democrats hoping that a blue wave washing over Bay State contests extends to the p…

Charlie Baker ‘blanked’ ballot, didn’t vote for Biden or Trump » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker, frequent critic of President Trump, finally revealed on Tuesday who he voted for president: No one.…

Contested Second Essex Race Between Incumbent Rep. Mirra and Challenger Eckert Garners Attention » WHAV While most of the attention during today’s balloting is on the battle for the White House between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, political observers are paying close att…

High turnout, high anxiety, high hopes » Gazette Net As Jonathan Chavez walked out of his polling place at Joseph Metcalf Elementary School on Tuesday, he was nervous. Chavez wasn't nervous about in-person voting during a pandemic; that was “quick” …

Right to Repair given the go, but Ranked Choice sees defeat from Massachusetts voters » BU News Massachusetts voters said no to ballot question two, resisting a statewide transition to ranked choice voting. The ballot measure, which lost by 55% of the vote, will maintain the state’s existing v…

Markey Reelected, Dems Hold Congressional Seats » State House News Service Newton City Councilor Jake Auchincloss declared victory Tuesday night in his bid to become Massachusetts' newest member of Congress, as U.S. Sen. Ed Markey defeated his Republican challenger and still…

Mass. Voters Embrace Auto Repair Question, Reject Voting Reform » State House News Service Voters of Massachusetts said no Tuesday night to a reform that would have dramatically altered the way voters choose their elected leaders, rejecting a ballot question backed by a who's who of current…

State Rep. Donald Berthiaume, R-Spencer, in line for another term in House » Worcester Telegram Incumbent state Rep. Donald R. Berthiaume Jr., R-Spencer, is holding off a challenge from Democrat Samuel Biagetti of North Brookfield.…

ELECTION RESULTS: Orlando Ramos wins Massachusetts House – 9th Hampden District » News 22 WWLP.com Orlando Ramos has won the 9th Hampden District House seat with 80 percent of the votes. Incumbent 9th Hampden District Representative Jose Tosado decided not to run for re-election this year.…

Despite $10m campaign, ranked-choice voting defeated » Commonwealth Magazine MASSACHUSETTS VOTERS on Tuesday decided not to adopt a ranked-choice voting system, a massive defeat for a nearly $10 million campaign that drew little organized opposition.…

Massachusetts votes ‘yes’ on Question 1 ballot measure, ‘no’ on 2 as campaign concedes » Boston Herald Massachusetts voters agree they have a “Right-to-Repair” — overwhelmingly voting to approve ballot Question 1, but rejected an appeal for ranked-choice voting in Tuesday’s election.…

Ed Markey cruises to victory as Democrats, Republicans wrest for control of Senate » Boston Herald U.S. Sen. Edward Markey and a handful of other Senate candidates cruised to victory early on election night as Democrats and Republicans wrestled for control of the chamber well into the night.…

Jake Auchincloss declares victory in 4th Congressional District over Julie Hall » Boston Herald Democrat Jake Auchincloss declared victory over Republican Julie Hall in the open 4th Congressional District race on Tuesday, though Hall did not immediately concede.…

Editorial: Amid divisions, a no-visit Thanksgiving is a good idea » Boston Herald Thanksgiving is the latest tradition to take a hit from the coronavirus pandemic. As the number of cases climb in many states, health experts advise Americans to stay home this year, and keep the gath…

Mass. voters hit the polls in droves Tuesday amid pandemic and political maelstrom » Boston Globe Voters across the state poured into polling places Tuesday, enthusiastically casting ballots in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic and a bitterly contested election. They wore masks, they brought …

Voters embrace auto-repair question, reject ranked-choice voting » Boston Business Journal Voters of Massachusetts said no Tuesday night to a reform that would have dramatically altered the way voters choose their elected leaders, rejecting a ballot question backed by a who's who of current…

Joe Biden wins Massachusetts; Ed Markey reelected » Boston.com Democrat Joe Biden won Massachusetts, Democratic U.S. Sen. Edward Markey was reelected for another six-year term and Democrat Jake Auchincloss was voted into the state’s open U.S. House seat as voti…

In A Historic Election, Anxiety Propels Massachusetts Voters To The Polls » WGBH Siddharth Hariharin is not registered to vote in Massachusetts — but that didn’t stop the 23-year-old from taking democracy into his own hands on election day.…

No More Fights, And No More Virus: What Mass. Voters Want From The Future U.S. President » WBUR On paper, there are some obvious differences between the town of Saugus and the Boston neighborhood of East Boston.…

Andover Democrat fends off Republican in legislative race » Boston Globe State Representative Tram Nguyen won her reelection bid Tuesday in the 18th Essex District, one of dozens of contested legislative seats across Massachusetts.…

Tight race in Massachusetts House’s 7th Hampden District has both candidates claiming lead » The Republican In a wild ride fitting 2020, the candidates for the 7th Hampden House of Representatives seat both claimed victory in Tuesday’s election by the slimmest of margins.…

We asked, you responded: Finding the postelection path to reconciliation » Berkshire Eagle Advocate for a robust civics education in public schools so that students understand our government and our obligations as citizens.…

Question 2 supporters concede defeat in effort to bring ranked choice voting to Massachusetts » Boston.com Despite support from the state’s top-ranking elected Democrats, a massive fundraising advantage, and an army of volunteers, the ballot effort to implement ranked choice voting in Massachusetts says …

Voting has gone relatively 'smoothly,' Election Protection group says » Berkshire Eagle Voting in Massachusetts has gone relatively without issue, state leaders from the nonpartisan Election Protection coalition said.…

US Rep. William Keating on track to win sixth term in 9th Congressional District » Cape Cod Times U.S. Rep. William Keating, D-Mass, appeared on his way to winning a sixth term representing the 9th Congressional District on Tuesday.…

Ed Markey, new progressive icon, wins another Senate term » Boston Globe Senator Edward J. Markey cruised to reelection Tuesday in an anticlimactic victory over his Republican challenger, attorney Kevin O’Connor, whose long-shot bid never generated the energy or voter at…

Election 2020: Massachusetts voter who wore Black Lives Matter shirt successfully casts ballot after initially being turned away from polls » The Republican After initially being turned away from the polls for wearing Black Lives Matter gear on Election Day, a Massachusetts voter was successfully able to cast their ballot Tuesday, news outlets reported.…

Mass. Voters Say 'Yes' On Question 1, Expanding Access To Car Repair Data » WBUR Massachusetts voters have passed a ballot measure that will expand access to motor vehicle repair data, shrugging off dire warnings from auto manufacturers who spent tens of millions of dollars in opp…

Holyoke’s Patrick Beaudry gets Election Day talk from Joe Biden in Scranton, Penn. » The Republican CNN viewers Tuesday morning saw former Vice President Joe Biden visiting his hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, to talk to, among others, Patrick Beaudry of Holyoke.…

Public Health

Baker hopes new executive action will curb ‘very disturbing trend’ of positive COVID-19 cases » WHDH Gov. Charlie Baker defended his new executive action aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus.…

Baker defends his new coronavirus control measures » The Middletown Press Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday defended his new measures aimed at stemming the rising number of new COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts, which include earlier closing times for restaurants and some other b…

Ayanna Pressley says Baker’s ‘half measures’ don’t do enough to address COVID-19 surge » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker made waves Monday with the announcement of a series of executive orders, including a nighttime stay-at-home advisory and an expanded face covering mandate, to address rising COVID-1…

Gov. Baker continues to stress importance of face masks » Western Mass News Gov. Charlie Baker provided an update Tuesday on the new statewide restrictions as we contend with an uptick in COVID-19 cases.…

If You’re 5 or Older You Must Wear a Mask in Public Starting Nov. 6, Says Governor » Jamaica Plain News Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced that anyone five years or older must wear a mask in public due to rising positive Coronavirus test rates.…

Mass. coronavirus cases rise by 923; 12 deaths reported » Boston Globe The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts climbed by 923 on Tuesday, bringing the state’s case total to 157,308.…

Public Safety

COVID-19 cases balloon at MCI-Norfolk » Commonwealth Magazine THE NUMBER of COVID-19 cases at MCI-Norfolk rose to 74 on Tuesday, up from 26 on Friday, as the state continued to test all staff and inmates.…

Mass. State Trooper Fired for Inappropriate Conduct: ‘Not Fit to Wear the Badge' » NBC Boston The former state trooper allegedly used racial slurs during an off-duty confrontation with a motorist on Revere Beach Boulevard last weekend, the agency said.…

Massachusetts trooper fired over racial slurs during confrontation with motorist » NBC News Massachusetts State Police fired a trooper Tuesday for what the agency described as unacceptable conduct that included the use of racial slurs.…

Prepared for unrest, police in Mass. report few disruptions on Election Night » Boston Globe Following days of preparation and uncertainty over the potential for voting disruptions and unrest on Election Day, law enforcement agencies across Massachusetts were reporting few, if any, notable in…

Front-Line Prison Staff Will Be Tested For Coronavirus, As 74 Men Test Positive At Norfolk Facility » WBUR Workers at Massachusetts prisons will now be tested for the coronavirus, under an agreement with the union that represents correction officers.…

'We do not anticipate any violent protests’: After Worcester courthouse announces early closure, city’s police chief says there’s no evidence of violence » The Republican Court officials said the Worcester courthouse will close early Wednesday after initially claiming there was intelligence suggesting violent protests were planned, putting them at odds with law enforce…

State Government

Charlie Baker’s Power Trip [OPINION] » WBSM On the day before one of the nation's most important elections in memory, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker decided to enter the fray by activating the National Guard and ordering a COVID curfew. T…

Utilities

Can gas utilities survive the energy transition? Massachusetts is going to find out. » Grist Massachusetts may be a climate leader in the U.S., with a goal to reduce economy-wide emissions in the state to net-zero by 2050, but it will face a major obstacle along the way: More than 1.3 million…

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Recipe of the Week

Ingredients

1 pound linguiça or uncured Spanish chorizo, cut across into 1/8-inch-thick slices

1 large onion, peeled and chopped

1 clove garlic, peeled and minced

2 large baking potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/4-inch cubes

1 ½ heads kale, stemmed and coarsely chopped (about 6 cups)

4 cups chicken broth, homemade or low-sodium canned

1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

2 teaspoons kosher salt

 Freshly ground pepper to taste

3 plum tomatoes, cored and cut into 1/2-inch dice

Directions

Place the sausage in a large pot over medium-low heat and cook until it begins to render its fat, about 2 minutes. Add the onion and cook for 2 minutes. Add the garlic and potatoes and cook for 2 minutes. Add the kale and cook, stirring constantly, for 2 minutes longer.

Stir in the chicken broth, vinegar and salt. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 1 hour. Season with pepper. Stir in the tomatoes and cook, uncovered, for 15 minutes. Divide among 4 bowls and serve.


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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