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Must-Reads

DeLeo: Policy Proposals Not Welcome in House Budget Process » State House News Service "Basically, we've felt that that should go through the committee process in terms of the usual debate in the House and in the Senate before it goes on to the governor," DeLeo said. "Especially during …

Ex-RNC Chair Michael Steele Says Republican Party Needs A ‘Political Enema’ » HUFFPOST “It’s particularly disappointing when I see members of my party’s leadership sycophantically kowtow to an egomaniacal henchman who has one view of the world and that’s himself ...."…

With Supreme Court to hear ACA case, 422,000 Massachusetts residents could lose coverage » Boston Globe The percentage of people without health insurance would soar and Massachusetts would lose billions in critical federal funding if the US Supreme Court rules to overturn the Affordable Care Act, a new …

Biden announces coronavirus task force made up of physicians and health experts » Boston Globe Biden’s task force will have three co-chairs: Vivek H. Murthy, surgeon general during the Obama administration; David Kessler, Food and Drug Administration commissioner under Presidents George H.W. …

Nineteen Poised to Join Mass. Legislature in 2021 » State House News Service Most of the incoming class earned their spot in the Massachusetts House or Massachusetts Senate by winning open districts, though four toppled incumbents in either the primary or general election. Som…

RI: Is Rhode Island’s Speaker of the House too powerful? » Boston Globe Now, as House Majority Leader Joseph Shekarchi appears likely to take the gavel in January from House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, who lost his reelection bid Tuesday, critics say he should consider a …

Mass. Democratic Party chairman violated party rules involving himself in Morse-Neal primary, probe finds » Boston Globe The investigation, conducted by former state senator Cheryl Jacques at the request of party leaders, delved into the complicated imbroglio that entangled Morse and Neal’s heated congressional race b…

Travel advisories cause friction between states » The Salem News Last week, Connecticut added Massachusetts to its advisory list. That means visitors from the Bay State must fill out a travel form when they arrive and present evidence of a negative COVID-19 test or…

Mass. Republican Party, which tied itself to Trump, hopes amid the reckoning » Boston Globe “I hope this is the floor. You can’t get much lower than three” state senators, Wakeman said. “To be a Republican in Massachusetts is to be among the most optimistic people in the world.”…

Joe Biden won this Massachusetts city that voted for Donald Trump in 2016; here’s why experts call it a bellwether for national politics » The Republican Do you think the city of Westfield – where President-elect Joe Biden beat Donald J. Trump by about 300 votes – is a bellwether, that elusive, perfectly calibrated microcosm that reflects the natio…

Trump’s post-presidency: Stay relevant, make money, avoid indictment » Politico He could try another run for office, launching a new political party or investing in a conservative outlet — all intended to keep him in the public eye.…

FL: ‘It’s crap’: DeSantis office ‘leaks’ state records to fuel COVID-19 death ‘conspiracy’ » The Associated Press (AP) “There has been this constant drumbeat of ‘Oh, most of the COVID deaths aren’t really COVID deaths.’ It’s been a conspiracy that’s been ongoing from a lot of right-wing media,” said Dr. …

THE 10 MOMENTS WHEN TRUMP LOST THE 2020 ELECTION » Vanity Fair A timeline of the pivotal instances when the president fumbled the ball—and Biden began to see some daylight.…

They Are Trying To Silence AOC, Because Money Never Sleeps » The Daily Poster Democratic leaders and the House Blue Dog Caucus — the corporate wing of the party — have spent the week attacking progressives, blaming them for a handful of moderate freshman lawmakers’ losses…

Walsh Downplays Speculation About Potential Role In Biden Administration » CBS Boston “I’m just looking forward to getting back to conversation with an administration that actually believes in science,” said Walsh. “Whether it’s combatting the coronavirus or that sea level ri…

EXCLUSIVE: Moulton To Support Nancy Pelosi For House Speaker » WGBH U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton, who led unsuccessful efforts to change Democratic House leadership in both 2017 and 2019 before unsuccessfully running for President, will vote for Nancy Pelosi this January to…

Women set to reach new high in Mass. Legislature » Gazette Net The election of seven new female state representatives this week is poised to boost women's representation on Beacon Hill to a new high next session.…

"Joe Biden will win the popular vote by over 4 million votes. The Democratic nominee for president has now won the popular vote in 7 out of the last 8 elections. One person, one vote. Democracy must rule. Yes. We should abolish the electoral college."

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After Biden and Clinton both won the popular vote over Trump. Is it time to do away with the electoral college?

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Beltway Politics

Biden’s plans for unity could crash into the Republican Senate » Boston Globe One of the most potent visions Joe Biden sold on the campaign trail was a return to normalcy for America. Casting a vote for him, was, essentially, a way to hit rewind and dial down the extreme partis…

Biden-Harris presidential transition plans continue, George W. Bush offers congratulations » Boston Herald President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris pressed on with their presidential transition plans, collecting the congratulations of former President George W. Bush while President …

Old playbook may help Biden attack economic challenges » Boston Globe When Barack Obama took office in January 2009, with Biden as his vice president, the country was mired in the Great Recession. Unemployment was soaring. Hundreds of thousands of Americans were losing …

Parties gird for ferocious Georgia runoffs » Boston Globe Within minutes of Joe Biden becoming president-elect Saturday, top Democrats and Republicans raced to the front lines of 2020′s last battlefront: a pair of January Senate runoffs in Georgia where th…

Editorial: A legacy of lies for Trump » Boston Globe The biggest threat to our democracy doesn’t come from abroad. It comes from the commander in chief, whose falsehoods Americans should ignore.…

Trump’s defeat leaves America feeling lighter » Boston Globe Lighter. That was the word more than one of my acquaintances used for how they felt this weekend, as the end of the Trump era began to sink in.…

Kamala Harris books surge in popularity after election » Boston Globe Books by and about Kamala Harris proved to be a popular purchase following the election. The vice president-elect was the subject or author of four books on Amazon’s top 10 Sunday.…

Referendum on Trump shatters turnout records » Boston Globe With votes still being counted, turnout in the 2020 presidential election has hit a 50-year high, exceeding the record set by the 2008 presidential election of Barack Obama — an extraordinary engage…

Dave Chappelle, Kamala Harris, and finding the joy in this moment » Boston Globe Chlöe Edwards is smiling an inside out kind of smile that makes her brown face glow. She’s only 10 years old. Her ambition is to become an interior designer, but to her, seeing Kamala Harris electe…

Biden and Trump both did well with Latino voters. This is how that happened » Boston Globe Donald Trump descended the golden escalators of Trump Tower in New York City and launched his bid for the White House in 2015 with a nativist, “America First” approach to immigration, trade, and t…

Opinion: Calling Trump supporters ‘white supremacists’ not a winning message for progressives » Boston Herald There are more than 1.1 million people in Massachusetts who voted to re-elect Donald Trump, nearly a third of the population of America’s most progressive state backing the president.…

Trump, Republicans tee up presidential election legal fight » Boston Herald President Trump and his surrogates on Sunday — a day after Democrats and anti-Trumpers across the nation celebrated President-elect Joe Biden’s win — said the election remains contested as legal…

Editorial: Pollsters in the hot seat as results belie predictions » Boston Herald With Joe Biden appearing to have just barely eked out a tight win in key swing states, historic Republican gains in the House of Representatives, and a high likelihood that Republicans will ultimately…

Can Joe and Mitch get it done? » Boston Globe In late July 2011, with an economy-shaking Treasury default only a few days away and Congress flailing, Senator Mitch McConnell received a Saturday phone call from Joe Biden, then the vice president.…

Biden could roll back Trump agenda with blitz of executive actions » Boston Globe President-elect Joe Biden is poised to unleash a series of executive actions on his first day in the Oval Office, prompting what is likely to be a yearslong effort to unwind President Donald Trump’s…

Mass. May Become Recruiting Field for Team Biden » State House News Service When President-elect Joe Biden's transition team announced his COVID-19 advisory board on Monday, House Speaker Robert DeLeo quickly did the math, pointing out on Twitter that more than half of the me…

Business

Waiting for 'better days,' Tripadvisor bets on subscription model » Boston Business Journal As international travel faces an uncertain near-term future with Covid cases on the rise, Needham-based Tripadvisor Inc. is launching a new subscription-based product seeking to help travelers get bet…

Restaurant owners brace for new hour limits » Newburyport News Susie and Kevin Kenney just celebrated their second anniversary as co-owners of Salisbury Sports Pub but are wondering if they will have a third, thanks to Gov. Charlie Baker.…

Worcester’s becoming ‘a hotbed’ for movies, data shows state tax credits provide big reward for city as well as Hollywood » The Republican At the end of October, Mayor Joseph Petty visited Polar Park to witness crews lay the first pieces of sod at the new ballpark. As he moved toward a microphone to address the media gathered at the stad…

Tax deal revisited as Unum misses jobs benchmark » Worcester Telegram With Unum's reduction in the number of employees working in its downtown office building, the city is revisiting the company's tax relief deal.…

Boston's execs share how 2020 has changed them as leaders » Boston Business Journal A feeling of heartbreak. A call for collaboration. A sense of urgency. According to some of Boston's top leaders, 2020 caused reflection and rethinking amid a year driven by a pandemic, calls for raci…

Cannabis

Equity Advocates Tired of Waiting on Marijuana Delivery Framework » State House News Service Hopeful marijuana delivery entrepreneurs and supporters, including a couple of state representatives, huddled virtually to get on the same page and encourage advocacy ahead of a public hearing later t…

Civil Rights

Tears Of Joy And Mourning As Boston’s Black Activists Look To The Future » WGBH Before she raised her microphone to speak, activist Monica Cannon-Grant began to cry tears of joy as a Beyoncé song bounced off the sound chamber of buildings in Boston City Hall Plaza on Sunday afte…

Education

Southampton revises plans for in-person schooling » Gazette Net The William E. Norris School Committee has voted to alter its plans for the return of students to in-person schooling following input from parents and educators.…

Mass. school districts' plans vary widely on key practices for pandemic-era education, review finds » Boston Globe Only half of Massachusetts’ 40 largest districts spell out to the public how much teacher-led instruction time they expect students to receive during the pandemic. A third of the districts haven’t…

BU Surpasses BC in COVID-19 Positives » BC Heights Boston University surpassed Boston College in total reported cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday. BU had reported 35 more total cases than BC as of Saturday and has now reported a total of 296 positive COV…

Boston Public Schools receives $6.2 million grant from EPA for water fountains » Boston Herald Boston Public Schools will soon be installing 1,400 new water fountains and bottle-filling stations thanks to a $6.2 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency, the district announced on F…

When teens host parties, some school districts return to remote learning. But does the science support that? » Boston Globe As coronavirus cases surge across Massachusetts, some school districts have proactively returned to remote learning after teenagers in their community hosted large gatherings, rather than waiting for …

State Education Leaders Increase Pressure To Resume In-Person Learning » WBUR The Baker administration is increasing pressure on public schools to resume in-person learning. In a Friday event to announce a new formula for calculating local COVID-19 risk, Massachusetts education…

Lamenting education formula, Western Mass. lawmakers seek equitable funding » Berkshire Eagle In a year during which local budgets are expected to be stretched thin, the push to ensure equity in the state’s education funding has gained renewed urgency.…

College endowment disclosures highlight growing disparities between wealthiest schools and the rest of higher ed » Boston Business Journal Colleges and universities are digging into their endowments to offset the financial losses brought on by enrollment challenges as well as the broader effects of Covid-19, exacerbating the growing chas…

Environment

Patrick to speak at clean energy event » Berkshire Eagle Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick will be the keynote speaker when the New England Clean Energy Council holds its Clean Energy Back to Work Challenge Awards celebration virtually Thursday.…

Federal

Census takers say they were told to enter false information » AP News Two census takers told The Associated Press that their supervisors pressured them to enter false information into a computer system about homes they had not visited so they could close cases during th…

Health Care

Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine is looking 90% effective » Boston Herald Pfizer says an early peek at its vaccine data suggests the shots may be 90% effective at preventing COVID-19, indicating the company is on track later this month to file an emergency use application w…

Pfizer says early data signals COVID-19 vaccine is 90 percent effective » Boston Globe https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/11/09/business/pfizer-says-early-data-signals-covid-19-vaccine-is-effective/?s_campaign=breakingnews:newsletter…

The Affordable Care Act faces another Supreme Court test » Boston Globe Eight years ago, the Affordable Care Act barely survived its first encounter with the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, a significantly more conservative court will hear arguments in a case brought by Republ…

Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech is strongly effective, early data from large trial indicate » STAT News Pfizer and partner BioNTech said Monday that their vaccine against Covid-19 was strongly effective, exceeding expectations with results that are likely to be met with cautious excitement — and relie…

Nursing home COVID-19 deaths grow to 66% of total in state » Worcester Telegram Eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic, testing and caring for patients in nursing homes is still sorely lacking, according to the city's top health official, Dr. Michael P. Hirsch.…

Moderna stock is getting a boost from Pfizer’s vaccine readout. Here's why. » Boston Business Journal Moderna Inc.’s top competitor for developing the first Covid-19 vaccine presented late-stage data that surpassed expectations, but the news is not all bad for Moderna.…

Housing

Lawrence residents eligible for $1.6M in COVID-19 housing relief » The Eagle Tribune A new rental assistance program is available for residents in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with locals able to share in more than $1.6 million available through a variety of methods, according to …

Human Services

Craig’s Doors secures more room for homeless » Gazette Net Rooms at a downtown hotel are being used to keep homeless individuals safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and offer them a more stable living space.…

Local Government

After Spicer’s Texts, Can The City Council & Framingham Mayor Still Work Together for the People? » Framingham Source In the same weekend that citizens heard that civility could be returning to Washington DC and national politics, the opposite was occurring in local politics in the City of Framingham.…

Two open meeting law complaints filed against the Billerica selectmen » Lowell Sun Two Open Meeting Law complaints have been filed against the Board of Selectmen, accusing them of illegally voting to disband the town’s Economic Development Department last month without giving resi…

Quincy councilors to propose creation of Department of Social Justice and Equity » Patriot Ledger City councilors are expected to present a plan Monday to create a new city department focused on inclusion and diversity.…

Natick: Town Meeting puts the brakes on possible affordable-housing project for military veterans » The Metro West Daily News A proposal to build the first affordable-housing development for military veterans in MetroWest is going back to town boards and commissions for further review.…

Methuen councilors, mayor fight over release of COVID data » The Eagle Tribune City Councilor Nicholas DiZoglio, saying he is being wrongly accused of revealing confidential medical information about a city employee, wants a public apology from the mayor and the chairman of the …

Politics

The Column: “Diversity and inclusion” message falls on deaf ears in Tyngsboro » Lowell Sun TYNGSBORO PLANNING Board Chair Kimberly O’Brien said she was seeking “peace of mind” by bringing a non-binding resolution supporting diversity and inclusion in town before her board this week.…

Split decision: Voters give nod to right-to-repair; reject ranked-choice voting » Gazette Net As residents across the state watched the tallies come in for the hotly contested presidential race on Election Day, two other issues also garnered significant attention Tuesday - whether voters would…

Opinion: For now, just one answer on ranked-choice voting: No » Boston Globe Your grieving post-mortem on ranked-choice voting (“A voting setback: Massachusetts rejects ranked choice,” Editorial, Nov. 4) ignored the fact that COVID-19 didn’t impact only the efforts of it…

Letter: Disappointed in governor's 'vote' » The Salem News I am disappointed by Gov. Charlie Baker’s decision to “blank” his presidential vote. His willingness to break from today’s Republican norms has been important in his often good leadership of t…

Jennifer Lawrence celebrates Biden’s win by running through the streets of Boston » Boston Globe Where were you when you heard that Joe Biden had been declared the winner of the presidential election on Saturday? Well, we know where Jennifer Lawrence was.…

Harrington seeks recount in state representative race against Oliveira » The Republican James “Chip” Harrington is seeking a recount in the 7th Hampden District state representative race after a narrow loss to Jake Oliveira.…

Walsh congratulates Biden and Harris, says it’s time to get to work » Boston Globe Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh congratulated President-elect Joe Biden Sunday morning and urged unity as he listed the herculean tasks facing the city, and the rest of the country.…

What members of Congress (and others) are saying about the Biden-Harris win » Berkshire Eagle Berkshire County’s representatives in Congress, joined by other Democrats, provided the following public comments on the election of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States and U.S. Sen…

Supporting player or power broker? » Commonwealth Magazine AN EXPLOSIVE REPORT into how the Massachusetts Democratic Party leadership handled sexual misconduct allegations involving former congressional candidate Alex Morse and his relationship with college s…

Franklin native helps Biden to White House » The Sun Chronicle The country's new president has an Attleboro area native to thank for helping get him to the White House.…

Mass. Democrats React To Biden-Harris Win » WBUR Massachusetts Democrats are celebrating President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris for their victory over President Donald Trump.…

Baker says Trump’s conspiracy claims not supported by facts » Commonwealth Magazine GOV. CHARLIE BAKER criticized President Trump on Friday for suggesting there is some kind of national conspiracy going on related to the counting of votes across the country.…

Keller @ Large: Election ‘Very Good’ News For Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker » CBS Boston There were many winners and losers on Election Day. But one politician who had a successful election wasn’t even on the ballot.…

Provincetown Is Biden’s Top Massachusetts Town This Year… So Far » New Boston Post The town at the tip of Cape Cod known as a popular destination for homosexuals went overwhelmingly for Biden as well, as did many other parts of the state. However, in Provincetown, Biden received 91.…

Boston Takes To The Streets As Biden Is Declared Winner Of The Presidential Election » WGBH The streets of Boston erupted in demonstrations Saturday after former Vice President Joe Biden was declared winner of the 2020 presidential election after days of counting mail-in ballots in states ar…

State, local GOP members will live with Tuesday’s results » Worcester Telegram Depsite Democrat Joseph R. Biden's defeat of Republican president Donald J. Trump in Tuesday's presidential election, an expected blue wave failed to materialize, to the relief of state and local GOP …

Public Health

Northampton to suspend sports in face of viral spread » Gazette Net The city will suspend numerous sports and recreational activities within its borders this week in response to the surging COVID-19 pandemic.…

People sick with COVID-19 face better odds of survival » Boston Globe As new COVID-19 cases continue to set daily records nationally, the illness appears to have become less deadly than it was in the spring, according to data and anecdotes in Massachusetts and across th…

Biden announces coronavirus task force members » Boston Herald President-elect Joe Biden has announced the members of his coronavirus task force, which will put together a blueprint for fighting the pandemic.…

President-elect Biden announces coronavirus task force made up of physicians and health experts » Boston Globe President-elect Joe Biden on Monday announced the members of his coronavirus task force, a group made up entirely of doctors and health experts, signaling his intent to seek a science-based approach t…

Guest column: An open letter to Governor Baker on his pandemic response » The Sun Chronicle For many reasons, most of us don’t like uncertainty — it’s an underlying cause for worry and stress, and we try to reduce it or eliminate it as much as we can. I think people like to feel like t…

Mass. Reports 1,809 New COVID-19 Cases, 20 More Deaths » NECN Health officials reported 1,809 new confirmed coronavirus cases Sunday and an additional 20 deaths in Massachusetts, as the number of coronavirus cases around the globe topped 50 million, according to…

Biden names members of coronavirus group, seeks to advance transition » Boston Globe President-elect Joe Biden prepared Sunday to start building his administration, even as Republican leaders and scores of party lawmakers refrained from acknowledging his victory out of apparent defere…

A COVID-19 Update on the SouthCoast » WBSM COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Southeastern Massachusetts, raising more questions about how long the pandemic will be with us.…

Public Safety

More COVID-19 Cases In Massachusetts Correctional Facilities » WBUR Like the rest of Massachusetts, there are increased cases of the coronavirus in state correctional facilities, including 140 prisoners who have now tested positive at the Massachusetts Correctional In…

State Finance

Reps File 777 Amendments to $46 Billion State Budget » State House News Service House lawmakers, including 16 members who are not returning to Beacon Hill in 2021, filed 777 amendments to a $46 billion state budget proposal up for debate, beginning on Tuesday.…

Senate to Launch Budget Debate Nov. 17 » State House News Service In a sign that the branches appear to be working together to quickly wrap up the fiscal 2021 budget, the Senate's top budget writer said Monday his committee plans to release a Senate version of the b…

State Government

Vote by mail could be here to stay in Massachusetts » Boston Herald The massive expansion of vote-by-mail in Massachusetts this year as elections officials sought to facilitate the election amid the deadly coronavirus pandemic could be here to stay, according to the s…

Transportation

Advocates warn service cuts could send T into ‘death spiral’ » Boston Herald A set of service cuts expected to be announced Monday to help float the cash-strapped MBTA through the coronavirus pandemic could send the flailing transit system into a “death spiral,” advocates …

Advocates sound alarm over fines that could strap MBTA riders with $300 bill » Boston Herald Advocates are sounding the alarm over “profiling” risks of a new mask mandate, that could saddle T riders who violate it with $300 fines.…

T Plans to Eliminate 25 Bus Routes, Ferry Service » State House News Service All weekend commuter rail service, 25 bus routes, ferry service, any rapid transit after midnight, and far more would be eliminated next year under a package of service cuts that MBTA officials will p…

Cash-strapped MBTA details planned service cuts, would take effect next year » Boston Globe The commuter rail would stop running at 9 p.m., ferry service would go on indefinite hiatus, a smattering of bus routes would be eliminated, and subway trains would run less frequently under a new MBT…

MBTA proposes cuts to peak-time trains, commuter rail » Boston Business Journal The MBTA on Monday proposed major service cuts to help address a projected $579 million budget gap, including running fewer peak-time rapid-transit and commuter-rail trains, closing a handful of commu…

Utilities

State approves Mayflower Wind contracts » Cape Cod Times The Baker administration last week approved the contracts for offshore win power generation from the Mayflower Wind project, an offshore wind farm that is expected to provide the state and its electri…

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 11/9

9:30am Executive Office of Health & Human Services Public Hearing, Via Webex

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

2:00pm Department of Public Health Hearing, Via conference call

6:00pm Department of Environmental Protection Public Hearing, Via Zoom

Tuesday - 11/10

10:00am House Session, Formal Session

7:00pm Group Insurance Commission Public Hearing, Via Zoom

Wednesday - 11/11

Birthdays: Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito

No Hearings Scheduled

Thursday - 11/12

Birthdays: Rep. Steven Howitt

10:00am Department of Environmental Protection Public Hearing, Via Zoom

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

Friday - 11/13

Birthdays: Rep. Carmine Gentile, Governor Charlie Baker

8:00am AIM Executive Forum with Governor Charlie Baker, Via videoconference

8:35am Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius on GBH's Morning Edition, 89.7 FM or wgbhnews.org

1:00pm League of Women Voters of Mass. 100th Virtual Birthday Gala, Via videoconference

1:00pm "Ask the DA" with Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins on WGBH's Boston Public Radio, 89.7 FM or wgbhnews.org

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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