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For Boston police officers accused of crimes, legal troubles tend to just melt away » Boston Globe Boston police officers accused of crimes over the last decade have encountered a kinder, gentler justice system than the one civilians must navigate — a system where justice takes a back seat to pro…

Boston coronavirus metrics continue climb as experts say restaurants likely first restriction target » Boston Herald Officials have resisted laying out new benchmarks at which restrictions would kick in, but with these new measurements this week came new “thresholds for concern,” as Health Chief Marty Martinez c…

Suffolk DA slams judge for demanding defendant appear in court despite pandemic » Boston Globe On Friday, Rollins’s office filed an emergency petition with a single justice of the Supreme Judicial Court asking for the voiding of an arrest warrant that Judge Mark Summerville issued because a d…

Editorial: The future of public transportation is on the line in Massachusetts » Boston Globe Proposed budget cuts could unravel public transit at a time when it needs to grow.…

RI: One in four Rhode Islanders can't meet basic food needs, food bank's annual report says » Providence Journal The pandemic that has taken almost 1,300 Rhode Island lives has also plunged people into food insecurity at a rate not seen since the Great Depression.…

Chris Christie calls the conduct of Trump’s legal team a ‘national embarrassment’ » Washington Post Chris Christie, a Trump confidant who helped prepare the president for the debates, called the conduct of Trump’s legal team a “national embarrassment.” Sen. Patrick J. Toomey (R-Pa.) said Trump…

New state regs could raise per-company cap on marijuana licenses » Boston Business Journal In a hearing on Thursday, the Cannabis Control Commission voted to decouple the caps on the number of delivery and retail licenses, allowing one group to possess three recreational dispensary licenses…

Can Trump actually stage a coup and stay in office for a second term? » The Guardian That certification timeline is important because federal law says that as long as election results are finalized by 8 December this year, the result is “conclusive”. That provides a safeguard agai…

NY: Ranked-choice voting adopted in New York City, along with other ballot measures » Politico A ballot question proposing the shift for New York primaries and special elections was approved Tuesday by a margin of nearly 3-1.…

NJ: Anti-Murphy March Features Confederate Battle Flag » insidernj.com Organized by a group calling itself “We the People,” the rally and march of about 100 were in opposition to any additional lockdowns. The governor so far has avoided ordering mass lockdowns, but t…

Trump campaign appeals dismissed Pennsylvania lawsuit compared to ‘Frankenstein’s monster’ » Boston Herald The federal judge wrote a blistering opinion against the Trump side…

Andrew Lelling says he ‘wouldn’t rule out’ running for office » Boston Herald During his time as a prosecutor in Massachusetts, Lelling served as senior litigation counsel and as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Economic Crimes Unit and on the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcem…

Trump not only one trying to overturn election results in court: Auto makers sue to block new Massachusetts law on access to vehicle data » UniversalHub But the alliance adds the new law is unconstitutional, because it violates the Supremacy Clause that gives federal law and regulations primacy over any state laws, in this case, "regarding a host of c…

Maloney vows to overhaul a campaign machine 'stuck in the past' » The Hill “When I look at the amount of money that the major committees on both sides and independent groups deployed this cycle, I think there must be a big room in Washington somewhere where they bring big …

“One might expect that when seeking such a startling outcome, a plaintiff would come formidably armed with compelling legal arguments and factual proof of rampant corruption … . That has not happened. Instead, this Court has been presented with strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations, unpled in the operative complaint and unsupported by evidence. This claim, like Frankenstein’s Monster, has been haphazardly stitched together.”

U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann

A federal judge in Pennsylvania has dismissed the lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign seeking to discard seven million legally cast ballots.

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Beltway Politics

Opinion: Sorry, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, you’re not going anywhere » Boston Herald Keep dreaming, Massachusetts Democrats and progressives. Elizabeth Warren isn’t going anywhere. Bernie Sanders is stuck in Vermont.…

Trump’s post-presidency will be cluttered with potentially serious legal battles » Boston Globe President Trump’s ongoing court battles are unlikely to pose significant legal jeopardy for him before he leaves office, but the swirl of criminal investigations and civil complaints stemming from h…

How Trump hopes to use party machinery to retain control of the GOP » Boston Globe Ronna McDaniel, Trump’s hand-picked chairwoman, has secured the president’s support for her reelection to another term in January, when the party is expected to gather for its winter meeting.…

Trump didn’t ask for election interference, Michigan lawmaker says » Boston Globe President Donald Trump did not ask Michigan Republican lawmakers to “break the law” or “interfere” with the election during a meeting at the White House, a legislative leader said Sunday, a da…

Biden to announce first Cabinet picks Tuesday, incoming chief of staff says » Boston Globe President-elect Joe Biden’s first Cabinet picks are coming Tuesday and planning is underway for a pandemic-modified inauguration in January as his team moves forward despite road blocks from the Tru…

In Wisconsin recount, Trump challenges pile up, slow tally » Boston Globe Wisconsin recount observer Ardis Cerny stretched her neck as far as she could toward a Plexiglas divider separating her from two vote counters, eagle-eyeing them as they scrutinized ballot papers one …

Trump campaign legal team distances itself from Powell » Boston Globe The Trump campaign's legal team moved to distance itself Sunday from the firebrand conservative attorney after a tumultuous several days in which Powell made multiple incorrect statements about the vo…

How Democrats came up short in bid to expand House majority » Boston Globe For more than a decade, voters in the college town of Iowa City powered Democratic candidates to Congress. But that changed this month when conservatives who dominate the more rural parts of the distr…

Trump aims to box in Biden abroad, but it may not work » Boston Globe On its way out the door, the Trump administration is enacting new rules, regulations and orders that it hopes will box in President-elect Joe Biden’s administration on numerous foreign policy matter…

Biden forges ahead with building Cabinet, with first announcements expected Tuesday » Boston Globe President-elect Joe Biden is expected to nominate Antony Blinken as secretary of state, according to multiple people familiar with the Biden team’s planning.…

Moulton to serve on Defense Bill Conference Committee » Gloucester Times Congressman Seth Moulton has been selected for the Defense Bill Conference Committee. As a conferee, Moulton will help to negotiate final passage of the fiscal 2021 National Defense Authorization Act.…

More Republicans tiptoe toward acknowledging Biden’s victory » Boston Globe As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to name his first slate of Cabinet appointees, more Republicans are starting to push for the transition to officially begin and calling on their conservative coll…

Opinion: Like people, our democracy can only take so much » Boston Globe Joan Vennochi got it right in her column “There’s no bottom for how low Republicans will let Trump go” (Opinion, Nov. 19). Republicans who are supporting Donald Trump’s selfish and misguided r…

Trump campaign appeals dismissed Pennsylvania lawsuit compared to ‘Frankenstein’s monster’ » Boston Herald President Trump’s campaign Sunday appealed a scathing Pennsylvania court decision throwing out his attempt to stop certification of the state’s election results and promised to bring the case all …

Opinion: Mainstream media continue to trash Trump recovery » Boston Herald Let’s be honest: The Democrats and the media want the economy to crash before Joe Biden enters the White House in January. They have been rooting against the economy for four years now.…

John Kerry to join Biden administration as National Security Council official dedicated to climate change » Boston Globe Former Massachusetts senator and secretary of state John Kerry will join the Biden administration as a National Security Council official focused on climate change, the Biden transition team said Mond…

What if Trump won’t leave the White House? A hostage negotiator, an animal-control officer, and a toddler whisperer have advice » Boston Globe There’s only one way this presidency ends, as any reality TV junkie surely knows. With Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani holed up inside the White House on Inauguration Day, the president rage-tweeting…

Business

‘It’s just depressing’: As the pandemic worsens, oystermen struggle to remain afloat » Boston Globe After raking up the last of the overgrown oysters and heaving them onto his small barge, Bruce Silverbrand puttered a mile or so to a shallow bend in Buttermilk Bay, where his daughter dumped the shel…

Can a Biden presidency help bring tourists back to the US? The travel community is feeling buoyed by the prospect » Boston Globe After months of feeling mostly dread, with shreds of anxiety and a pinch of panic, Jan Jones, the University of New Haven’s coordinator for hospitality and tourism management, finally felt something…

IQHQ's chief executive is 'not done growing' in Greater Boston's lab market » Boston Business Journal California-based IQHQ Inc. just celebrated its first birthday on Nov. 1, and in the year since the life-science real estate development company launched, it's raised a combined $2.47 billion in equity…

Dining out: Central Mass. restaurants welcoming diners on Thanksgiving Day » Worcester Telegram State-imposed limits on indoor gatherings could provide a spark for local restaurants on Thanksgiving.…

Business Monday: Sen. Hinds announces new relief funding as Berkshire businesses adopt customized COVID responses » the Berkshire edge Restaurant and food-related business owners seem to be taking the reins themselves and limiting hours, switching to all curbside or, in some cases, closing completely.…

Auto manufacturers sue to block state’s new right-to-repair law, after voters approved it » Boston Globe After failing to stop a referendum on the November ballot, a trade group for auto manufacturers sued Massachusetts on Friday in federal court to block a new state law that expands access to the diagno…

John Fish, other CEOs call on GSA head to begin Biden transition now » Boston Business Journal Suffolk CEO John Fish and a handful of other leaders of Boston-based companies signed a letter Monday calling on the U.S. General Services Administration to declare Joe Biden the winner of the preside…

Fast-growing minority firms are the ‘hidden gems’ of BBJ's Fast 50 » Boston Business Journal They’re out there. They just need to be found, identified and, occasionally, given a little help.…

Burlington tech firm replaces CEO with 'voice clone' on its latest earnings call » Boston Business Journal Four times a year, chief executives, top financial officers and analysts of publicly-traded companies virtually gather for the ritual earnings call. The customary practice is to start the call with pr…

Education

‘I want to cry because they are affected so much’: Pandemic widens divide over standardized tests » Boston Globe Thousands of students nationwide are traveling hundreds of miles and leaning on their in-the-know private tutors and guidance counselors to get them a seat for entrance exams that many colleges have s…

Rep. Ayanna Pressley: ‘Canceling student debt will ensure an equitable economic recovery’ » MSNBC MSNBC’s “American Voices” host Alicia Menendez speaks with Rep. Ayanna Pressley, who says a Biden administration executive order to cancel student loan debt will give millions of Americans the r…

After Controversy, Boston School Committee's New Chairwoman Promotes Healing » WBUR The Boston School Committee will navigate a fraught school year under new leadership.…

Attleboro area schools heartened, hopeful about rapid coronavirus test program » The Sun Chronicle Area schools will be on the leading edge of a new rapid-testing program for the coronavirus, and officials hope it will help keep students and faculty healthy.…

'It's raining': Local unions say 'rainy day fund' could stop furloughs, layoffs at UMass » The Herald News Employees, members and leaders of local unions from the UMass Dartmouth campus held a mobile rally Thursday afternoon, calling on state lawmakers to increase funding for public higher education across…

Gaming

Patriots join the call for legal sports betting in Mass. » Boston Globe The New England Patriots have thrown their support behind an effort to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts, according to a letter from gambling and athletics industry interests pushing Beacon Hil…

Mass. Lottery to Launch App-Based Prize Claims » State House News Service Beginning sometime next spring, Massachusetts Lottery players will be able to claim large prizes from their phones and have their winnings deposited directly into a bank account through an app that Lo…

Health Care

South Shore Health names former Brigham and Women's physician as CEO » Boston Business Journal South Shore Health has named Dr. Allen Smith as its new president and CEO, concluding a year-long search after the resignation of its former CEO.…

Human Services

Quincy community answers call for ‘Thanksgiving miracle’ for families amid unprecedented need » Boston Herald When plans to deliver hundreds of gift cards to families in need of holiday meals ran afoul this weekend, the leader of a Quincy charity turned to prayer — and Facebook — for a “Thanksgiving mir…

Massachusetts DCF repeatedly discriminated against parents with disabilities, federal officials find » Boston Globe The Massachusetts Department of Children and Families repeatedly discriminated against parents with disabilities, and must reshape its policies so to not rely on “unsupported stereotypes” when dec…

Opinion: Social workers can’t provide person-centered care in state’s dehumanizing prison setting » Boston Globe Re “Mass. prisoners not getting proper mental health care, US finds” (Page A1, Nov. 18): Social workers working in and alongside the carceral system witness the constitutional violations described…

Judiciary

Resumption of Massachusetts jury trials delayed again, until January » Universal Hub The Massachusetts court system announced today it's postponing the resumption of jury trials until at least the week of Jan. 11 due to "the expectation of rising infections during the holiday period."…

Wilbraham native Danielle Williams poised to become first Black, female district court judge in Western Mass. » The Republican Danielle Williams had no immediate aspirations to don a black robe and sit on the bench when she graduated from law school in 2002.…

As Charlie Baker cements legacy with historic SJC appointments, focus turns to lower courts » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker has guaranteed a legacy likely to last decades with a string of historic nominations to the state’s highest court, but members of the legal community say there’s still a need to…

Labor

Marriott Copley will pay a price if it denies full severance to laid-off workers » Boston Globe Marriott International chief executive Arne Sorenson’s voice cracked with emotion in a video message in March as he warned employees to brace for the toughest times the hotel industry had faced.…

Mass. jobless rate drops again, but remains higher than national rate » Boston Business Journal The state’s unemployment rate fell again last month to 7.4%, moving more within the historic bounds of a recession instead of the record-breaking numbers seen earlier in the pandemic.…

Women are leaving the workforce in droves » Boston Globe Four times more women than men dropped out of the workforce in September, according to economic data released Friday, affirming fears that women’s careers are collapsing under the pressures of carin…

Attleboro mayor, union chief clash over COVID coverage for firefighter » The Sun Chronicle The president of the city firefighters union is accusing Mayor Paul Heroux of denying injured-on-duty benefits to a firefighter hospitalized with COVID-19, but Heroux vehemently disputed the claim.…

Local Government

Easthampton committee to examine city laws with eye to racial bias » Gazette Net The City Council has voted to form an Ordinance Review Committee that will take a comprehensive look at the city’s laws with a eye toward eliminating any systemic racial bias.…

North Common makeover draws favorable reviews » Gazette Net A development plan that could turn most of the parking lot in front of Town Hall into a landscaped plaza and green space is receiving favorable reviews from several members of the Town Council, though…

$522K vanished from a Franklin town account. Councilors promise answers » The Metro West Daily News More than a month after a "spear phishing" attack swiped $522,000 from a town account, questions about what happened and what was done about it will be examined at the next Town Council meeting, accor…

Former mayor Duehay passes; compromiser served 36 years in Cambridge political roles » Cambridge Day Former mayor Francis H. (“Frank”) Duehay, 87, died Friday of complications from leukemia, city councillor Marc McGovern said Saturday. Duehay had been elected to 14 terms on the City Council, star…

Boston to review Main Streets programs with an eye on equity » Boston Globe The City of Boston will listen to community residents and try to address disparities among the city’s neighborhoods as officials reimagine Main Streets programs supporting neighborhood small busines…

Wellfleet, Nantucket Receive State Funding for Infrastructure Projects » Cape Cod Online Wellfleet and Nantucket have received funding in the most recent MassWorks Infrastructure Grant Program distribution round.…

Politics

Opinion: Under its current leadership, MassGOP has lost more than elections » Boston Globe It no longer engages in reasonable policy-making, nor seeks to engage civilly across the aisle, running further into rabbit holes of more radical policies aligned with Trump’s voter base.…

For Democrats in Massachusetts, voting breakdown shows gap among party members » Berkshire Eagle In the aftermath of the Massachusetts state Democratic Committee’s election for its leader, a breakdown of how members voted suggests that assessments of the party differ across demographics.…

Andrew Lelling says he ‘wouldn’t rule out’ running for office » Boston Herald President Trump appointee U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling, who has never held an elected position, said on Sunday he “wouldn’t rule out” running for office in the future.…

Lyons Defends Party’s Strategy in November Elections » State House News Service As she stood outside the polls on election day in North Attleboro with the candidate she endorsed to take her seat in the Legislature, Republican Rep. Elizabeth Poirier watched a "constant stream of p…

Public Health

Massachusetts tops 200,000 COVID cases since pandemic began; reports 2,721 new cases, 24 more deaths on Sunday » The Republican Massachusetts has topped 200,000 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, with public health officials on Sunday announcing 2,721 newly confirmed positive tests and another 24 COVID-linked deaths as t…

Mass. Ending Quarantine-Free Travel From 2 Nearby States; 2 States Remain Low-Risk » NBC Boston Travelers who don't meet one of the exceptions will have to quarantine for two weeks or show they tested negative for COVID-19 within three days of arriving in Massachusetts…

The dysfunctional geography of ancient borders in a modern pandemic » Commonwealth Magazine LOOKING AT AN aerial photograph or walking down a side street, you’d be hard-pressed to find the border between Waltham’s South Side neighborhood and West Newton. The residential areas on both sid…

As coronavirus cases surge nationwide, health experts sound the alarm in Mass. » Boston Globe Public health officials Sunday renewed calls for people to keep their guard up against the coronavirus during the holiday season, as dozens of local municipal leaders were briefed on worrisome project…

As COVID Cases Spike, New State Metric Means 80 Communities Can Loosen Restrictions » WGBH The latest weekly COVID report from the state shows 62 cities and towns in the high-risk "red zone." A month ago, there were nearly twice as many on the map. But that doesn’t mean things are better …

Coronavirus ‘testing deserts’ are plaguing parts of Massachusetts » Boston Herald Julian Cyr got a rapid test for COVID-19 when he showed up for work at the State House this week. But after spending a couple of days inside the building where some have reported infections, the state…

Massachusetts to require visitors from New Hampshire and Maine to quarantine or have a negative COVID-19 test » Boston.com Massachusetts residents planning to visit family in New Hampshire and Maine this Thanksgiving will be required to quarantine for two weeks or have proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon their return, …

How to travel safely for the holidays amid the coronavirus pandemic » Boston Herald Traveling for the upcoming holidays will take much more planning due to the pandemic, and while the CDC is recommending people not take trips, those who have to for emergencies or family matters can m…

Massachusetts officials say Worcester’s COVID positive test rate is 2%, but city says it’s 15%; Here’s why » The Republican Data released Thursday by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported Worcester’s positive test rate was 2.36%. Worcester Medical Director Dr. Michael Hirsh said, while the number is accu…

Hundreds Wait in Line for COVID Testing in Salem Ahead of Thanksgiving Holiday » NBC Boston The demand for COVID-19 testing has been up significantly ahead of Thanksgiving, even though people have been urged not to travel or gather together to celebrate.…

Testing Seen as Critical Bridge to Vaccine » State House News Service Promising vaccine trial results have offered a glimmer of hope that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic could be approaching, but testing capacity is still "far short" of what's required to avoid "furthe…

COVID-19 Precaution Campaign Built on “Things We Love” » State House News Service Giving hugs, going out dancing, sitting in the stands at Fenway Park, traveling and seeing concerts are among the missed experiences highlighted in a new state public awareness campaign that makes the…

Health Commissioner Issues Eleventh Hour Thanksgiving Appeal » State House News Service It's not too late to rethink your Thanksgiving plans. That's one message public health commissioner Dr. Monica Bharel wants to get out ahead of the Thursday holiday, as Massachusetts continues to conf…

Public Safety

‘It’s one team and one fight’: Springfield police rejoin federal anti-gang task force » The Republican The Police Department will once be working alongside federal agents in an anti-gang task force, a move seen as a thawing of relations left frosty by four years of federal investigations into police mi…

Pioneer Valley Project organizes protest for police reform outside the Springfield mayor and police commissioner’s homes » The Republican Outside the residences of Springfield Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood, a usually quiet Saturday was punctured by the sound of car horns protesting the lack of reforms r…

Rollins investigates sexual assault allegations against former Suffolk prosecutor » Boston Globe Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins has launched an independent investigation of a former prosecutor and high-profile advocate for criminal justice reform accused of sexually assaulting a New Yo…

State Finance

Senators vote on state budget amendments » Lowell Sun Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on roll calls from the week of Nov. 16-20.…

State Government

AG Maura Healey says Trump ‘trying to steal the election,’ calls on GOP officials to condemn his behavior » Boston Globe Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said Friday that President Trump is “essentially trying to steal the election for himself” and called on more Republican leaders to join GOP officials l…

Voting advocates call for reforms, permanent voting by mail » Berkshire Eagle Added options for voting by mail, which the Massachusetts Legislature adopted this year because of coronavirus pandemic-related safety concerns, have strong support to be made permanent. Advocates and…

Transportation

Beacon Hill now agrees on higher fees for Uber and Lyft ... sort of » Boston Globe The most powerful people on Beacon Hill now all agree that the state should raise fees on Uber and Lyft trips from the current 20-cents-a-ride, with the money funding transit and other transportation …

Massport staff reductions could affect Worcester Regional Airport » Worcester Telegram Massport, which operates Logan International Airport and Worcester Regional Airport, is expected to reduce its payroll amid the lowest travel volume in decades.…

Former UBS official named to MBTA board » Boston Business Journal The board overseeing operations at the MBTA is back up to full strength as it prepares for a crucial vote next month on whether to help close a massive budget gap with a package of unpopular service c…

Covid testing site opens at Logan Airport » Boston Business Journal Coronavirus testing is now available at Logan International Airport, but it’s not cheap. XpresCheck Covid-19 testing facility opened in the airport on Monday with the ability to provide more than 40…

Utilities

Biden’s administration should charge up the offshore wind industry » Boston Globe Few industries stand to benefit more from the Biden administration’s arrival than clean energy, and the nascent offshore wind sector in New England could get a long-awaited boost as a result.…

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 11/23

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

Tuesday - 11/24

12:00pm Commission on Ocean Acidification, Virtual Meeting

12:00pm Congressman Stephen Lynch on 89.7 Boston Public Radio, 89.7 FM or wgbhnews.org

7:00pm Congresswoman Katherine Clark on Greater Boston with Jim Braude, WGBH 2

Wednesday - 11/25

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

Thursday - 11/26

No Hearings Scheduled

Friday - 11/27

5:00pm Close of Comment Period for Department of Early Education & Care Proposed Regulatory Changes, Submit via email to denise.karlin@mass.gov

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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