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Mariano Starts 2021 With Openings in Top House Jobs » State House News Service Committee assignments are always a source of interest and intrigue, but each session typically only includes one or two big changes. That's likely to be the case again this year in the Senate, but the…

Bill Belichick says he won’t accept Presidential Medal of Freedom from Trump » Washington Post "(T)he tragic events of last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award. Above all, I am an American citizen with great reverence for our nation’s values, freedo…

Representative Jayapal tests positive for COVID-19 following Capitol lockdown, blasts GOP colleagues who refused to wear masks » Boston Globe Pramila directly addressed the several GOP lawmakers she had shared a room with during the lockdown, writing that they had not “only cruelly refused to wear a mask but recklessly mocked colleagues a…

Atrius Health, state's largest independent physician group, is in acquisition talks » Boston Business Journal The nation’s largest employer of primary-care physicians is in talks to acquire the largest independent doctor group in Massachusetts, a decision that would further cement the national group’s pre…

Zoning measure would require municipalities to allow higher-density housing near MBTA stations » Boston Globe Tucked into the 101-page economic development bill passed by the Legislature at the end of its session in the wee hours of Jan. 6 was a measure that would require municipalities served by the T to all…

Gross would face hurdles, opportunity in mayoral run » Commonwealth Magazine “I think Gross should read the room,” said Monica Cannon-Grant, a longtime activist in Boston’s black community and the founder of the nonprofit service organization Violence in Boston. “The c…

Trump’s presidency is ending, but his increasingly violent base will remain » Boston Globe “They don’t need him. I don’t know that they ever did, really,” said Christian Exoo, an antifascist researcher who investigates and infiltrates far right groups in the Northeast. “What they …

The Case Against $2,000 Checks Is Garbage » The Daily Poster New data about $2,000 survival checks destroy the arguments being made by Senate Republicans, Joe Manchin and billionaire-owned media.…

‘They Got a Officer!’: How a Mob Dragged and Beat Police at the Capitol » New York Times Videos show pro-Trump rioters pulling three officers down a set of stairs during a violent attempt to breach the building.…

RI: Cicilline inundated with threatening messages for seeking Trump's impeachment » Providence Journal As Congressman Cicilline introduced article of impeachment with backing of 213 others, his office was dealing with voicemails full of threats.…

NJ: Steinhardt, in stunning announcement, drops out of New Jersey gubernatorial race » Politico Ciattarelli, who has praised the president since launching his campaign a year ago, has nevertheless spent little time talking about him. But at the same time, he refused to fault Trump by name for We…

NY: New York will launch a new Public Health Corps to help accelerate delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine » Politico Pro Arguing that vaccinations represent the “most pressing” issue facing New York, the governor said the state is preparing to handle an expected increase in doses under the incoming Biden administrat…

FL: GOP looks to win back Senate in 2022, as new NRSC chairman defends vote to reject Pa. results » Washington Post Scott was one of eight GOP senators, and 139 House members, to support at least one objection to counting Biden’s certified votes. Many people blame lawmakers in this group for reinforcing the false…

MELANIA TRUMP: HAS NO ONE STOPPED TO THINK HOW THE CAPITOL HILL ATTACK AFFECTED ME? » Vanity Fair But if you thought what she was disappointed and disheartened about was the insurrection caused by her husband that led to literal bloodshed, you thought wrong! What she’s actually teed off about is…

San Diego Zoo gorillas test positive for coronavirus » Politico Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed Monday that two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo had tested positive for the virus and another had exhibited symptoms — a striking sign of the pandemic's reach as cases soar …

"Generally speaking, I thought the time to accept the wage increase was improper given we have so many people unemployed and we dipped into the rainy day fund. Money is tight and we should be conscious of that,"

Rep. Chris Hendricks

As of Monday, only Rep. Chris Hendricks of New Bedford and Sen. Anne. Gobi of Spencer wrote to Treasurer Deborah Goldberg's office asking that the 6.46% raise not be reflected in their paychecks

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Beltway Politics

Before Capitol riot, Republican lawmakers fanned the flames » Boston Globe Standing before a crowd of thousands of MAGA-clad protesters on the National Mall on Wednesday, Rep. Mo Brooks roared out a message that he said members of Congress who dared to accept President-elect…

Casino magnate, GOP power broker Sheldon Adelson dies at 87 » Boston Globe Sheldon Adelson, a cabdriver’s son who built the world’s largest empire of casinos and resort hotels in Las Vegas, Macao, Singapore and other gambling meccas and used his vast wealth to promote ri…

Opinion: The coaching call of Bill Belichick’s life » Boston Globe There are always choices in life: to be remembered as a great football coach with six Super Bowl wins — or to be remembered as a great football coach who accepted the Medal of Freedom from a preside…

Opinion: Speech has consequences » Boston Globe In the aftermath of the pro-Trump attack on the Capitol, elected officials, governmental and law enforcement leaders, and indeed, much of America is still digesting and processing the events that unfo…

Beyond impeachment, a push for ethics laws that do not depend on shame » Boston Globe As House Democrats move toward punishing President Trump with a history-making second impeachment, they are also pressing ahead with a parallel effort to try to ensure that Trump’s four-year record …

Trump’s Homeland Security chief Chad Wolf resigns » Boston Globe President Donald Trump’s acting head of the Department of Homeland Security resigned Monday, leaving the post earlier than planned and as the nation faces a heightened threat from domestic terrorism…

Trump impeachment: House plans to vote Wednesday, a week after pro-Trump mob stormed Capitol » Boston Herald A week after a pro-Trump violent mob stormed into the Capitol — resulting in several deaths, including a Capitol police officer — the House of Representatives is planning to hold a vote to impeach…

As Democrats pursue impeachment, many Republicans are shrugging off Trump’s mob » Boston Globe House lawmakers, still shocked and angry after a mob of President Trump’s supporters stormed the Capitol last week, are poised to impeach him for a second time in a little over a year on Wednesday.…

Sen. Ed Markey: 'There Has To Be Accountability' After Capitol Riots » WGBH Senator Ed Markey told Boston Public Radio on Monday he supports new impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump for his responsibility in inciting people to storm the Capitol Building.…

No money for GOP lawmakers who tried to undermine election, say GE, Blue Cross, State Street » Boston Globe More companies have decided to withhold political donations to Republican lawmakers who objected to the Electoral College results, while others are pausing contributions to both parties to consider ho…

Bill Belichick, a patriot first, said no to President Trump » Boston Globe Bill Belichick doesn’t take advice from the sports pages. Who knows if he takes advice from anyone. But throughout the day Monday, the Patriots head coach was bombarded with unsolicited advice anywa…

Opinion: What drives the pro-Trump mob » Boston Globe However unprecedented the storming of the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob was on Jan. 6, the participants are but a crest of a wave of far-right extremists who have been rising worldwide over a large part …

Business

Another plan to add lab space, this time near Andrew Square » Boston Globe A vast lot just north of Andrew Square Station on the Red Line could soon become a mixed-use development anchored by a 15-story lab-and-office building, under plans filed Monday.…

Gyms seeing new memberships amid updated pandemic restrictions » Western Mass News A new year means new fitness habits. That's what many say to themselves every time January comes around, leading gyms to see a big spike in new memberships.…

Taking the vital signs of Bay State journalism » Wicked Local The Legislature's stack of eclectic bills deal with public-policy issues that run the gamut from home-rule petitions and climate change to craft-beer distribution and economic development.…

'This Is Nuts!' Mass. AG's Approach To Repair Suit Irks Judge » Law 360 A federal judge on Monday derided as "nuts" the Massachusetts attorney general's stance on efforts to shield proprietary information as part of an auto industry suit challenging a recent amendment to …

Former Everbridge CEO launches new PE fund » Boston Business Journal A new private equity fund, managed by the former CEO of Everbridge Inc. and focusing on New England tech companies, is set to launch this week.…

Civil Rights

Judge tosses remainder of Peabody man's mask lawsuit » The Salem News A judge has rejected a Peabody HVAC contractor's claims that Gov. Charlie Baker's orders limiting capacity inside buildings and requiring face masks were infringing on people's rights.…

Education

New timeline outlines Boston students’ tentative returns to the classroom » Boston.com For Boston families hoping to see their children return to school in person this year, the district now has a plan for bringing all kids back, starting with the highest-needs and youngest students, wi…

Boston Public Schools release plan to reopen all buildings for in-person learning amid coronavirus pandemic » Boston Herald As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to climb in the city, Boston Public Schools on Monday announced a new timeline to reopen all school buildings for in-person learning.…

Boston schools plan to bring more students back in person in coming months » Boston Globe Boston public school officials on Monday announced a highly anticipated plan to resume in-person classes for any students who would like to attend, starting in February with the first of four phases t…

Amherst-Pelham committees consider flipping school start times » Gazette Net Classes for students at Amherst Regional middle and high schools could start later in the morning if and when in-person education resumes in the fall.…

All-women colleges double down on mission as number, enrollment dwindle » Boston Business Journal Sandra Doran was emboldened by the power of an education as a middle schooler by watching her mother complete her college coursework for Nazareth College — previously an all-women’s school — whi…

Former Biz School Dean Picked to Lead UMass-Dartmouth » State House News Service A nine-year dean of the University of Massachusetts Amherst's business school who now holds the flagship campus' top development role will take over next week as the interim chancellor of UMass Dartmo…

Environment

Climate change is causing tremendous harm now and likely will continue (Letters) » The Republican A popular saying about life’s problems tells us that “when you find yourself in a hole, first stop digging”. In the context of the climate crisis, that might be phrased “When you recognize tha…

Climate Coalition Wants More Transparency On Beacon Hill Voting » WBUR The Massachusetts Youth Climate Coalition plans to hold a series of Zoom meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday, during which more than 140 students between the ages of 12 and 25 will ask lawmakers to supp…

Woburn Delegation, Statehouse Passes Climate Change Legislation » Brookline Patch Last week, Senator Cindy F. Friedman (D-Arlington), Representative Richard M. Haggerty (D-Woburn), and Representative Michelle Ciccolo (D-Lexington), along with Senator Mike Barrett (D-Lexington) and …

Town delegation plays part in making climate-change bill law » Your Arlington The Arlington legislative delegation joined its colleagues in passing legislation that overhauls the state’s climate laws, aims to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, hopes to create clean-energy jobs …

Details, Timing Could Lead to Climate Bill Veto » State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker is seriously considering a veto of climate legislation that would commit Massachusetts to going carbon neutral by 2050, according to multiple sources, raising deep fears within the …

Gaming

Lawmakers vow to press for sports betting » The Salem News Lawmakers have fumbled the ball with legalized sports betting as other states have cashed in, but Massachusetts could still get a piece of the action.…

Health Care

Nurses’ union: Relaxing of ICU protocols could result in loss of life » Boston.com As hospitals continue to weather the second surge of coronavirus, some healthcare workers are worried that loosening ICU care measures in overburdened hospitals could result in loss of life.…

Baker signs health care legislation to cover COVID testing » Wicked Local Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito joined Marylou Sudders, State Secretary of Health and Human Services, on Friday in a ceremonial signing of SB2984, An Act Promoting a Resilient Health Care…

Coronavirus vaccine: Hospitals throwing out extra doses is a ‘sin’ » Boston Herald Hospitals are tossing out precious coronavirus vaccine doses at the end of the day instead of giving the extra shots to community members, a “maddening” issue that has happened several times at Bo…

Housing

'We'll go to The Berkshires': New Yorkers share stories of relocating amid pandemic » Berkshire Eagle Over the past 10 months, The Berkshires has shifted from a weekend cultural hub to a full-time abode for many urbanites; pinned as the ultimate socially-distanced haven amid the novel coronavirus pand…

AG Healey Focusing on Tenant Rights As Pandemic Continues » Cape Cod Online As the coronavirus pandemic continues and many eviction cases across the state and country are filed, Attorney General Maura Healey has issued reminders to tenants about their rights.…

Judiciary

FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide If Trump Is Removed » CBS Boston The FBI has alerted authorities across the country that groups are calling for the “storming” of courthouses in all 50 states if President Donald Trump is removed from office before Inauguration D…

Labor

Yes, Anyone Can Be Fired For Taking Part In A Violent Mob » WGBH Mass Memorial Health Care employee Therese Duke lost her job this week after a viral video appeared to show her assaulting a police officer during last Wednesday’s riot at the U.S. Capitol.…

MA AG produces new video targeting labor trafficking » Fox 25 News Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s office has long targeted the issue of Human Trafficking and the sex trade.…

Legislative

Two Lawmakers Opt Against Accepting Pay Raise » State House News Service Four of the six statewide elected officials on Beacon Hill have rejected bumps in their salary this year, despite being entitled to increases worth as much as $9,000, but only two lawmakers - both Dem…

Baker signs initial batch of mostly local bills » News 22 WWLP.com In addition to a bill affecting certified public accounting (S 2941), Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday signed a batch of local bills that were part of a larger deluge of legislation sent him as the two-ye…

Roxbury’s Tyler To Lead Black and Latino Caucus » State House News Service As the new legislative session gets underway, the Black and Latino Legislative Caucus plans to install a new chairperson as Rep. Carlos Gonzalez transitions out of the leadership position.…

New Bedford’s Hendricks Right to Reject Pay Hike [OPINION] » WBSM Not many members of the Massachusetts Legislature will refuse to accept a recent pay raise. Only two members, Democrat Representatives Chris Hendricks of New Bedford and Anne Gobi of Spencer, have ind…

Local Government

Looking back on a legacy » The Eagle Tribune After seven years in office, Mayor Daniel Rivera is preparing to say goodbye to City Hall. Friday marks Rivera’s final day as the mayor of Lawrence before he moves on to a new role at the state leve…

What will Walsh say during annual State of the City address? » Boston Globe The rhetoric is often soaring, the pledges copious, and the hailing of accomplishments extensive. Controversies and shortcomings of Boston and City Hall are either ignored, glossed over, or framed as …

Sudbury: 'Select Board' name change is now official » The Metro West Daily News During a Special Town Meeting last January, voters overwhelmingly backed a move to drop gender-specific language and change the name of the town's top elected board. The move, which is part of a growi…

Politics

Turnout numbers highlight wealth, racial disparities » Commonwealth Magazine IN THE WEALTHY towns of Dover, Sudbury, and Carlisle, more than 90 percent of registered voters cast ballots in the November election. In the poorer cities of Springfield, Lawrence, and New Bedford, 5…

Holyoke City Councilor Rebecca Lisi enters mayoral race, calls for ‘building bridges’ » The Republican City Councilor Rebecca Lisi launched her mayoral campaign Monday outside the Holyoke Public Library in a speech that focused on unity and building bridges.…

In the shadow of the frontline: USPS worker Yesenia Santiago survived COVID then lost her home in a fire but in spite of everything shows up each day » The Republican Yesenia Santiago, a United States Postal Service city carrier assistant has endured more than most after not only contracting COVID-19 but also losing her home in December. Regardless, she comes into …

Baker stuffs war chest with eye to 2022 » The Salem News Gov. Charlie Baker is fattening his campaign coffers as speculation grows the popular Republican may seek an unprecedented third term.…

Public Health

Worcester launches COVID vaccination hub for first responders at senior center with 288 doses expected on first day » The Republican Dr. Michael Hirsh had difficulty sleeping Sunday night. Worcester’s medical director and UMass Memorial Health Care’s director of trauma services and surgeon-in-chief of the Children’s Medical C…

Massachusetts reports 4,239 new COVID cases, 54 deaths on Monday » The Republican Massachusetts health officials reported 4,239 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, updating the total estimated active cases in the state to 92,405.…

Scientists Hope To Find New Coronavirus Variant In Mass. Before It Spreads Too Far » WBUR The new SARS-CoV-2 variant, known as B.1.1.7, is probably already in Massachusetts, says Dr. Eric Rosenberg, an infectious disease doctor and director of the clinical microbiology lab at Massachusetts…

Report: Massachusetts ranks 16 in vaccines given » News 22 WWLP.com Massachusetts has administered more total COVID-19 vaccine doses than any other New England state, but trails the region on the number of doses given per 100,000 residents, according to data collected…

Mass. reports 4,239 new confirmed coronavirus cases, 54 new deaths » Boston Globe The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts rose by 4,239 Monday, bringing the state’s total to 417,568. The death toll from confirmed cases increased by 54 to 12,929, the Department …

New law calls for opioid recovery trust fund » News 22 WWLP.com A state trust fund will be created to receive monies recovered from legal claims arising from the manufacture, marketing and distribution of opioids, under a bill Gov. Charlie Baker signed on Monday.…

Day-care workers feel forgotten in state’s testing program » Boston Globe Early childhood education providers are furious after the state announced a new coronavirus testing program last week for public schools without including day-care centers and after-school programs, w…

State's average positive test rate back up » Milford Daily News Following a weekend that saw public health officials confirm more than 12,000 new cases of the respiratory illness, the Department of Public Health announced another 4,239 new cases of COVID-19 and 54…

When will people be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine, and how will they know? » Boston Globe The slow rollout of coronavirus vaccines has raised a host of questions about how state residents will know when it’s their turn to be immunized. With limited vaccines available and fewer shots bein…

Baker: Mass. Vaccination Plan Aims To Preserve Health Care System » CBS Boston Gov. Charlie Baker said the state would look at the CDC's advice to allow vaccinations for everyone 65 and older.…

Gameplan: Mass Vaccination Site at Gillette Stadium » State House News Service Gillette Stadium has been home to a near-undefeated football season, two outdoor hockey games, a Major League Soccer final, dozens of concerts, and next week, it will host another landmark event: the …

Our View: Test site possible because of teamwork » The Sun Chronicle We commend the local officials who have banded together in an effort to establish a coronavirus test site in Attleboro.…

Rosengren Sees Tailwinds Beyond Slow Vaccine Rollout » State House News Service While the development and approval of two effective COVID-19 vaccines offer great promise that the public health crisis inflicted by COVID-19 will soon fade, the sputtering rollout of the vaccines is …

Public Safety

Embattled Methuen police Chief Solomon announces retirement » The Eagle Tribune Police Chief Joseph Solomon is retiring, he said in a letter to Mayor Neil Perry on Friday. "I am writing to inform you of my intent to retire from the Methuen Police Department as I turn 60 this mont…

FBI warns of plans for nationwide armed protests next week » Boston Globe The FBI is warning of plans for armed protests at all 50 state capitals and in Washington in the days leading up to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, stoking fears of more bloodshed after la…

Despite worries nationally, authorities say no specific threats to capitol in Boston » Boston Globe Federal officials in Boston said Monday they have no evidence that armed demonstrators intend to target the Massachusetts State House or other nearby state capitols in the coming days, even as the FBI…

Prisoner’s lawyer details attempted suicide » Commonwealth Magazine AN ATTORNEY representing a prisoner at a maximum security institution in Shirley says her client informed a corrections officer on January 2 that he was contemplating suicide and was told, “Go ahead…

Methuen Police Chief Solomon, subject of scathing report over salary and contracts, stepping down » Boston Globe Methuen Police Chief Joseph Solomon, one of the nation’s highest paid law enforcement officials, announced his retirement Monday, capping years of controversy that have roiled the city of 50,000.…

Law enforcement: We’ll be ready for Joe Biden’s inauguration » Boston Globe The inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden will be held on the same risers in the same spot at the US Capitol where a violent, pro-Trump mob descended last week. But the two events aren’t even co…

Massachusetts law enforcement ‘concerned’ about reports of armed protests planned at state capitals » Boston Herald Local law enforcement officials are “concerned” over the potential for violent outbreaks in the fallout over last week’s siege on the U.S. Capitol even as there is “no specific threat” in Bo…

Opinion: After Capitol riot, defunding police should be off table » Boston Herald If there were any doubts as to the dangers facing law enforcement, the video of a Capitol Police officer being crushed in a doorway as a frenzied mob continued to press forward despite his screams las…

Methuen councilors brace for potentially large retirement payout for embattled chief » Boston Herald Methuen city councilors fear they’ll be forced to pay embattled police Chief Joseph Solomon “hundreds of thousands of dollars” following his retirement Friday — just weeks after he and a capta…

Union reacts to probe call in Swampscott » The Salem News Members of the town's police union have posted an open letter saying that they are upset by suggestions they were unfair in their handling of the arrest of a Black Lives Matter activist protesting nea…

Middlesex Sheriff Completes Term As MA Sheriffs' Assoc. President » Brookline Patch Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian officially completed his tenure as President of the Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association after leading the organization for the past three years.…

Beverly police drafting new 'use of force' policy » The Salem News A new policy governing use of force by Beverly police will ban chokeholds, instruct officers to use de-escalation tactics, and require them to intervene if another officer is using too much force.…

‘We’re punching back’: COVID-19 vaccine rollout for Mass. first responders underway » WHDH First responders lined up across the Commonwealth to get a COVID-19 vaccine Monday. Firefighters, police officers, and EMTs have the option to receive their first vaccine dose at dozens of locations a…

No Children Died In Fires In Massachusetts In 2020 » iBerkshires State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey announced that for the first time on record, no children died in fires in Massachusetts in 2020.…

State Government

Top elections official backs plan to skip special election for Boston mayor » Boston Globe Secretary of State William Galvin said Monday that he backs an effort to nix the requirement for a special city election if Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh leaves office early, pointing to the confusion …

Baker agrees to create state seal commission » News 22 WWLP.com A commission will be created to recommend a new seal and motto after Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday signed a resolve. The resolve (S 2848) emerged for votes last week as the two-year session was winding…

Mass. Getting $9 Bil Jolt From Latest Stimulus Bill » State House News Service Massachusetts has at least nine billion reasons to be happy about the latest federal COVID-19 relief and economic stimulus law.…

Transportation

How the MBTA is using the money from the recent COVID-19 relief package » Boston.com The MBTA expects to get several hundred million dollars from the federal COVID-19 relief package passed by Congress last month. However, officials still plan to move forward with the majority — thou…

Cash infusion not stopping most MBTA service cuts » Boston Herald The MBTA will receive at least $250 million in federal funding under the latest COVID-19 stimulus package, but agency officials plan to move forward with most of their planned service cuts and direct …

Cash Infusion Not Stopping Most MBTA Service Cuts » State House News Service The MBTA will receive at least $250 million in federal funding under the latest COVID-19 stimulus package, but agency officials plan to move forward with most of their planned service cuts and direct …

Edit averts fight over Allston project » Commonwealth Magazine THE MASSACHUSETTS Department of Transportation board avoided a potentially divisive fight on Monday between several of the state’s top transportation officials by watering down a resolution on how t…

Utilities

Check Your Mail: The City Is Pulling a Switcheroo on Your Electricity Provider » Boston Magazine Imagine if the City of Boston negotiated a deal with T-Mobile on behalf of all residents and businesses. And instead of offering it as an option to everyone, the city notified you by letter that unles…

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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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