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Massachusetts lawmakers prepare to refile climate bill if Gov. Charlie Baker lets clock run out » The Republican A week into a new legislative session, Baker cannot send back amendments on a climate bill from last session; he can either sign the bill into law or run out the clock and let it die after 10 days.…

Walsh evolution in confronting racism takes center stage » Commonwealth Magazine In what is likely to be his last major speech as mayor, Walsh applauded those who demonstrated last year following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and pointed to ways Boston has sou…

‘It’s like chemical warfare’: Ayanna Pressley criticizes GOP for not wearing masks after husband contracts COVID-19 » Boston Globe The husband of US Representative Ayanna Pressley, who was with her during last week’s assault by a Trump-incited mob on the US Capitol, has tested positive for coronavirus, her office said.…

Nikki Haley starts PAC as her expected 2024 White House bid takes shape » The Post & Courier of Columbus Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador, has started a political action committee that could bolster her brand ahead of an anticipated 2024 presidential run.…

OPINION: This Putsch Was Decades in the Making » New York Times Since Ronald Reagan, the G.O.P. has been closely tied to the hard-line Christian right. Anyone shocked by the prevalence of insane conspiracy theories in 2020 should look back to “The New World Orde…

Legislature grants Boston flexibility to extract more affordable housing commitments from developers » Boston Globe “It’s really hard for the mayor of Boston to address the housing challenges in the city if every major policy has to go through the State House sausage-making factory.”…

Few Mass. House Members Have Walked Walsh’s Path » State House News Service If he is confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Walsh will be the latest in a line of at least a dozen men to serve in both the Massachusetts House and in a presidential Cabinet.…

Sheriff's Survey Shows Inmates Apprehensive About Vaccine » State House News Service Of the 406 incarcerated people who responded to the sheriff's survey, 40 percent said they would take an approved COVID-19 vaccine right now if it were offered to them free of charge and 60 percent sa…

Biden’s Path to Winning Back Blue-Collar Workers » The New Yorker In his four years as President, Trump has been the opposite. He has done nothing to raise the $7.25 federal minimum wage. His Administration adopted no regulations to protect workers from the coronavi…

Republican voters leaving party after pro-Trump mob stormed Capitol » Boston Herald From Pennsylvania to California, hundreds of Republican voters have switched their party affiliation since the Jan. 6 deadly riot, election officials report.…

GOP lawmakers dodge metal detectors added after Capitol riots, blast them as an ‘atrocity’ » Washington Post “Do these people not understand that literally everyone else has to go through metal detectors to get in here?” tweeted Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.). “Average people do not get to bring guns into the …

Morning Briefs: Michlewitz Not Running | New Watertown Biolab » State House News Service Rep. Aaron Michlewitz on Thursday took himself out of the conversation about who will be the next mayor of Boston, announcing that he would not run to succeed Mayor Marty Walsh, who is planning to lea…

"10 GOP votes for impeachment constitutes the highest number from the president’s own party ever, and 231 overall votes (so far) is the highest number in history. In other words, this is the strongest and most bipartisan repudiation of a president by the House."

NBC Senior Political Analyst Jonathan Allen

President Donald Trump has become the first president to be impeached twice, after being charged with "Incitement of Insurrection".

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Beltway Politics

Trump, impeached for second time by House after U.S. Capitol siege, calls for ‘calm tempers’ » Boston Herald President Trump “unequivocally” condemned “mob violence” and called for “calm tempers” from his supporters after the U.S. House of Representatives impeached him for inciting the violent in…

Battenfeld: Impeachment destroys Biden promises of unity and healing » Boston Herald The second impeachment of President Trump obliterates Joe Biden’s promises of healing and unity just as he’s days away from taking the keys to the Oval Office.…

Opinion: Suddenly, the party that broke the country wants unity » Boston Globe Unity. Seriously? One after the other, the president’s defenders rose to the podium in the House chamber on Wednesday, trying to head off an inevitable vote for impeachment with one of the most tran…

The House GOP was just offered a clean break from Trump. They opted to keep it murky instead » Boston Globe The second impeachment of President Trump on Wednesday wasn’t actually about Trump or history or the insurrection. Or even the fact that it was the most bipartisan impeachment vote in American histo…

These are the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump » Boston Globe Ten Republican House members — including the No. 3 House GOP leader — voted to impeach President Donald Trump over the deadly insurrection at the Capitol. The GOP votes were in sharp contrast to t…

The only way this presidency could end » Boston Globe Not since the dark days of the Civil War and its aftermath has Washington seen a day quite like Wednesday.…

Massachusetts Republicans split on impeachment as Democrats calls for ‘urgency’ in Senate trial » Boston Herald Massachusetts Republicans were split on President Trump’s second impeachment as Democrats called on the U.S. Senate to act with “urgency” in taking up his trial.…

Opinion: Call them white supremacists. Call them fascists and traitors. Don’t call them terrorists » Boston Globe The framework of terrorism has often been used to target peaceful political activity. This is about the slippery slope.…

Editorial: Trump Impeachment Is A Disaster For Democrats and the Country » New Boston Post The dishonest impeachment of President Donald Trump by the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday shows that leading Democrats in Washington have no intention of trying to bring our country togeth…

Editorial: Mitch, please » Boston Globe Don’t wait until next week. Don’t play games. Bring the Senate back now and hold a trial on the impeachment of President Trump.…

Opinion: Trump and his mob still terrorize the GOP » Boston Globe If it came down to losing an election by choosing country and principle or winning it with backing from rioters — they bet on the rioters. What a sad, bad bet.…

An Amherst professor predicted exactly how Trump would try to overturn the election. Now he fears for 2024 » Boston Globe We’re almost there. Joe Biden is set to take President Trump’s place in the Oval Office on Wednesday. Democracy, it seems, has held.…

Business

Baker admin awards $78.5 Mil in business grants » News 22 WWLP.com Another $78.5 million in grant funds is headed to small businesses struggling under the weight of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Baker administration announced Wednesday.…

Gov. Baker Just Signed a Beer Distribution Reform Bill. Here's What It Will Do » NBC Boston For craft beer brewers struggling through the hardest season in their history, the law Gov. Charlie Baker signed on Tuesday couldn’t have come too soon.…

PPP to reopen to all lenders next week » Boston Business Journal Another group of lenders will gain access to the portal Friday.…

Ehrlich, Crighton advocate local journalism to governor » Lynn Daily News Item State Rep. Lori Ehrlich (D-Marblehead) and Sen. Brendan Crighton (D-Lynn) have been expressing their concern over the demise of local journalism. Now, they’ve acted on it.…

Harvard, MIT, others advance $100m biologics manufacturing center in Watertown » Boston Globe A coalition of universities, hospitals, and major life-sciences companies in the region is announcing on Thursday that it has picked a site in the Arsenal on the Charles complex in Watertown for a new…

As Walsh heads to D.C., Boston’s real estate world fears upheaval » Boston Business Journal The race for Boston mayor is now wide open, and one candidate has called for abolishing the Boston Planning and Development Agency. That has some developers very nervous.…

Ride-hailing fees could increase » Gloucester Times Getting a ride from Uber or Lyft could cost you more this year now that the Legislature has raised fees for the ride-hailing services.…

Plan to redevelop Edison power plant site finally poised to advance » Boston Globe The BPDA on Thursday is expected to sign off on a project that includes 1.7 million square feet of office, residential, and retail space.…

Economic recovery will come sooner in some sectors than others; here's what the experts say » Boston Business Journal Boston’s Boch Center Wang Theatre hasn’t opened its doors to an audience since Italian tenor Eros Ramazzotti walked off stage on Feb. 27. In the nearly 11 months since, it has lost out on an estim…

Education

Franklin superintendent: Stop holding parties, traveling, not reporting positive tests » Milford Daily News Winter break for Franklin public school students has come to an end, but rumors have been swirling that for several weeks, their plans to party or visit others out of state hadn't, said Franklin Super…

Framingham schools are hiring people to fill several 'emergency COVID-19 response positions' » The Metro West Daily News In hopes of bringing back students for in-person learning, the school district has created two new emergency COVID-19 response positions and is searching for candidates to fill the jobs.…

Environment

Climate Coalition wants brighter light on Beacon Hill » News 22 WWLP.com Student climate advocates plan to virtually lobby state lawmakers this week in support of rules changes they say would help clear up clouds that linger over the legislative process.…

DiDomenico’s Environmental Justice Bill Included in Landmark Climate Change Legislation » Everett Independent Last week, the Massachusetts Legislature passed breakthrough climate legislation that overhauls the state’s climate laws, drives down greenhouse gas emissions, and creates clean energy jobs.…

Massachusetts legislative leaders flexing political power over Charlie Baker as threat of climate bill veto looms » Boston Herald Democratic leaders in the Legislature are teaming up to flex their political might over Republican Gov. Charlie Baker, who is under pressure to veto a climate bill that would set the state on course t…

On climate change bill, it might be ‘groundhog day’ » Commonwealth Magazine THE LEADERS of the House and Senate on Wednesday put pressure on Gov. Charlie Baker to sign a climate change bill into law by warning him that the two branches will pass the same bill again in the com…

With veto feared, Rep. Smitty Pignatelli urges Gov. Baker to sign climate bill » Berkshire Eagle With Gov. Charlie Baker reportedly considering a veto on a climate bill, a Berkshire County lawmaker who helped shape the legislation is urging the governor to sign it.…

Gaming

Dropped in recent bill, legal sports betting debate likely in 2021, lawmakers say » Berkshire Eagle A Massachusetts proposal to legalize sports betting, which was left out of a recent bill, a should see a renewed push this year, state lawmakers say.…

Health Care

Health care commission prepares to review Atrius-Optum deal » Boston Business Journal The state Health Policy Commission said it is already coordinating with the state’s Attorney General to review a planned acquisition of Atrius Health by Optum, calling the deal a “significant tran…

Legislators probe maternal health disparities » The Bay State Banner Legislation passed at the State House last week will create a commission to investigate racial disparities related to maternal health. The bill, created by Rep. Liz Miranda, Rep. Kay Khan and Sen. Reb…

Baker Signs Bill Creating Maternal Health Commission » State House News Service A new state commission, established under a law Gov. Charlie Baker signed Wednesday, will be tasked with seeking out steps to address racial inequities in maternal health.…

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signs ‘Laura’s law,’ named after woman who died looking for ER » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker plans to sign a bill that aims to improve access to emergency care, known as “Laura’s Law” on Friday, January 15, at the Massachusetts State House.…

Baker to sign bill on emergency room access » Commonwealth Magazine GOV. CHARLIE BAKER is planning a private ceremony on Friday to sign Laura’s Law, a bill requiring hospitals to make their emergency rooms more easily accessible, with signage and lighting.…

Bill Author says Baker to sign “Laura’s Law” improving ER access » News 22 WWLP.com Hospital signage and safety legislation pitched as a response to the tragic 2016 death of Laura Levis is set to become law on Friday, according to one of the bill’s lead sponsors.…

Housing

When COVID-19 hit, so did the rental scammers » Real Estate In times of trouble, it is an unfortunate reality that scammers will target the vulnerable. The COVID-19 pandemic is no exception.…

With City Board Approval, Boston Set To Implement 'Fair Housing' Zoning Amendment » WBUR As they bring ideas for major projects before the city, developers in Boston are poised to have to confront the impact of their proposals on displacement and protected classes of people before they ca…

Immigration

Immigration agency leader resigns, only weeks in office » Boston Globe The acting director of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement resigned Wednesday, only weeks after taking over the agency that detains and deports immigrants and runs international criminal investigat…

Public Defenders Offer 10-Point Immigration Policy Plan » State House News Service A coalition of public defenders from across the country is calling on the incoming Biden administration to adopt a 10-point immigration policy plan to reverse what they say are "unjust, harmful, and d…

Insurance

HPC on Lookout For Health Insurance Merger Impacts » State House News Service The state Health Policy Commission plans to monitor the recent merger of Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, keeping an eye on what the transaction means for the prices people pay for i…

Judiciary

Essex County prosecutor Buxton nominated for Superior Court » News 22 WWLP.com A career Essex County prosecutor was tapped for the Superior Court bench Wednesday by Gov. Charlie Baker, in his first judicial nomination of the new year.…

Labor

US jobless claims rose to 965,000 last week as coronavirus cases surge » Boston Globe The number of people seeking unemployment aid soared last week to 965,000, the most since late August and evidence that the resurgent virus has caused a spike in layoffs.…

Premium Pay on Chopping Block For Three More Holidays » State House News Service Employees who worked New Year's Day will be the last to get paid time-and-a-half for their efforts on the holiday if Gov. Charlie Baker signs off on a piece of the $626 million economic development bi…

Are gig workers employees? The debate in Mass. heats up » Boston Globe Millions of dollars and countless hours of debate have been spent on a question that could define the future of work in Massachusetts and around the country: Are gig workers such as ride-hail drivers …

Legislative

Legislators’ work continues despite FBI warnings » Athol Daily News The FBI has warned that armed protests are being planned at all 50 state capitols — as well as again in Washington, D.C. — between now and next week’s inaugural ceremony. A statement released by…

North Attleboro's Scanlon calls on Baker to sign pending legislation » The Sun Chronicle Freshman state Rep. Adam Scanlon wasted no time this week in making his views known on pending legislation on the governor’s desk.…

Local Government

Councilors debate special election » The Bay State Banner Barely seven days after news of Martin Walsh’s pending departure from city government went public, the race for the mayor’s seat exposed contentious fault lines in the city council, where two memb…

Southampton officials put heat on Board of Health » Gazette Net The Southampton School Committee has taken a vote of no confidence in the town's Board of Health, citing concerns with the board's contact tracing and difficulty getting in touch with members.…

Chelmsford Select Board Member Antul resigns after making crude slur » Lowell Sun Select Board member Emily Antul abruptly resigned Wednesday, just days after calling a member of the Finance Committee a crude, highly offensive derogatory slur during a heated exchange.…

‘Embarrassed’ council gives Agawam mayor a bigger raise » The Republican The people want a better-paid mayor, city councilors said Monday before voting to increase the salary to $110,000.…

Proposal to eliminate Boston special mayoral election could be bad look, some councilors say » Boston Herald Several city councilors looked askance at a proposal to get rid of the possibility of a special election for Boston mayor this year, saying it would have poor optics.…

New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell tests positive for COVID-19 » South Coast Today Mayor Jon Mitchell has announced that he does "not anticipate that my status will disrupt municipal services or compromise my ability to lead the city."…

Politics

UMass releases report on Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse’s conduct with university students » Gazette Net Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse pursued dating or sexual relationships with University of Massachusetts students using social media, but these actions while he was an adjunct professor did not violate UMass …

Letter: Why is Baker still a Republican? » Berkshire Eagle Since the Republican National Committee easily reelected Trump hack Ronna McDaniel at their recent winter meeting, what credibility does the Republican Party have?…

It brings me no joy to abandon the Republican Party (Letters) » The Republican I have been a Republican ever since my Econ 101 class in college although I have not always voted Republican. For example, I have voted for Congressman Richard Neal and his brand of more center than l…

Read the report: UMass investigation into Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse and conduct involving students » The Republican The results of a four-month investigation into allegations of inappropriate conduct by Holyoke Mayor Alex B. Morse involving college students was released Wednesday.…

Auchincloss: 'I Don't Want To Be Unified With People Who Are Waging Insurrection Against The United States Government' » WGBH Speaking on Boston Public Radio on Wednesday, Rep. Jake Auchincloss discussed the calls for unity, largely coming from Republicans as an argument against impeaching President Donald Trump for his role…

Attleboro area congressman says vote to impeach Trump was about 'moral leadership" » The Sun Chronicle Wednesday’s vote to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time came down to an issue of “moral leadership,” the area’s congressman says.…

Charlie Baker says he supports second Trump impeachment » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker said he supports a second impeachment of President Trump after Vice President Mike Pence rejected appeals for him to invoke the 25th Amendment in the wake of last Wednesday’s sieg…

And They’re off! Lisi & Sheehan First out of Holyoke’s Mayoral Gate » Western Mass Politics and Insight Two of the top contenders for the open mayoral race have formally declared their campaigns. On Monday, At-large City Councilor Rebecca Lisi announced her bid on for Mayor. She was only the second pers…

MassMutual PAC suspends donations to politicians who voted against certification of the Electoral College results » The Republican MassMutual is speaking with its dollars. The Springfield-based life insurance company announced that its Political Action Committee (PAC) has suspended contributions to any politician who voted agains…

Boston Health Chief Martinez Weighing Mayoral Run » State House News Service Boston health and human services chief Marty Martinez said Thursday that he's "absolutely considering" a mayoral bid, describing himself as "intensely focused" on the city's pandemic response and sayi…

Public Health

Vaccines Start Monday for 94,000 in Congregate Care » State House News Service Beginning Monday, roughly 94,000 people living and working in congregate care settings like group homes, shelters, residential treatment programs and correctional facilities will start to receive the …

Mass. coronavirus death toll climbs over 13,000 » Boston Globe The total number of confirmed coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts climbed over 13,000 Wednesday, as the state’s alarming surge showed little sign of letting up.…

Secretary of State Galvin, others propose ways to speed up vaccination as Baker defends state rollout » Boston Globe With data showing Massachusetts lags other states in vaccinating residents, Secretary of State William Galvin and others are proposing ways to speed up vaccine distribution — among them, giving shot…

94,000 living in Massachusetts jails, homeless shelters, group homes start getting coronavirus vaccines on Monday » Boston Herald Coronavirus vaccinations will become available to the 94,000 people who live and work in jails, homeless shelters, group homes and elderly communities on Monday as the state marches forward with its d…

Boston area coronavirus wastewater data hits record levels, a ‘scary’ sign after already high case counts » Boston Herald Data tracking the presence of the coronavirus in wastewater sampled from throughout Greater Boston has skyrocketed to record high levels in the last few days, a “scary” sign of what’s to come as…

Massachusetts coronavirus cases rise 5,278 as nursing homes wrap up first round of vaccine » Boston Herald Massachusetts health officials on Wednesday reported 86 new coronavirus deaths and 5,278 new cases, another spike while every Bay State nursing home is on track to finish the first round of administer…

Red Sox ironing out plans to host COVID-19 vaccination site as Gillette Stadium inoculations get underway » Boston Globe The Red Sox are working with the state on making Fenway Park a COVID-19 vaccination center, on the heels of Mass. naming Gillette Stadium the first mass vaccination site.…

Mass. Confirms 5,278 New COVID Cases as Death Toll Tops 13,000 » NBC Boston Massachusetts reported 5,278 new confirmed coronavirus cases Wednesday as the daily death toll topped 13,000.…

Local leaders say state leaving them in the dark about vaccination clinics and more » Boston Globe Local health directors say lax communication and a chronic disconnect with the state’s pandemic response unit fueled a chaotic run-up to this week’s vaccinations of first responders in Massachuset…

CDC: coronavirus cases among children, young adults have risen since the summer » Boston Globe Coronavirus cases among children and young adults have risen nationwide since the summertime, prompting researchers to call for strict adherence to universal mask wearing in schools to promote safe in…

Mass. Shelters, Prisons And Other Residential Programs Next Up For Vaccines, Baker Says » WGBH Individuals in group residential settings will have access to COVID-19 vaccines next week, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Wednesday.…

Mass. Dentists Want to Receive COVID Vaccine Sooner, Administer Shots » NECN The state's biggest dental insurance provider, Delta Dental of Massachusetts, sent a letter to Gov. Charlie Baker saying that needs to change. "We felt compelled to argue that dentists really should …

Massachusetts reports 5,278 new COVID cases, 86 more deaths on Wednesday with some signs of slowing » The Republican Massachusetts health officials on Wednesday announced another 5,278 cases of COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases to 90,467 statewide.…

Cape Officials Hearing Frustration Over Vaccine Rollout » State House News Service Sen. Julian Cyr knows that many Massachusetts residents are confused and frustrated trying to figure out when they will become eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines. Many of them, after all, have been…

Public Safety

Interfaith Group Organizes Effort To Commute Prisoner's Sentence » WBUR For years, supporters of William Allen have been trying to get his life sentence in prison commuted. That effort is getting renewed urgency because Allen has contracted the coronavirus.…

Former prosecutor and ‘most eligible bachelor’ Gary Zerola wanted for alleged sexual assault » Boston Herald Boston police Wednesday night were looking for a former Suffolk County district attorney and one-time “most eligible bachelor” who is facing a rape charge for at least the fifth time.…

Baker says Mass. mulling National Guard deployments to Washington, D.C. to boost security » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker said Wednesday that the state may send “a few hundred” members of the National Guard to Washington, D.C., to boost security for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration fo…

Norton Police officer dies after ‘courageous battle’ with coronavirus » Boston Herald A Norton Police Department detective sergeant has died following a “courageous battle” with coronavirus, the department announced on Wednesday. Stephen Desfosses died after being hospitalized in t…

Oak Bluffs begins search for new fire chief » Martha's Vineyard Times A year after the departure of the former fire chief, Oak Bluffs selectmen voted unanimously to begin recruiting a new top administrator for the department.…

Former Boston Police clerk arrested on federal charges of alleged overtime fraud » Boston Globe A former Boston Police Department clerk was arrested Wednesday on charges that she collected about $29,000 in fraudulent overtime payments between 2017 and 2018, federal prosecutors said.…

State Government

Bill Would Make Voting By Mail Permanent In MA » Natick Patch Following an election year when many Massachusetts residents got to vote by mail for the first time because of the coronavirus pandemic, a Natick lawmaker is trying to make voting by mail permanent.…

Our view: Bump shouldn't get a bump » Gloucester Times The new year is off to a good start for state Auditor Suzanne Bump, who stands to make $8,700 more than she did in 2020. While her work may merit a 5% increase, now is hardly the time or circumstance …

Transportation

Winchester Center station project gets green light » Daily Times Chronicle On Thursday night, the MBTA shut down the Winchester Center Commuter Rail Station due to weather-related issues. Monday night, the town received a bit of good news from the transit authority: it reins…

Utilities

Governor Baker signs bill forcing notification of sewage dumps in Merrimack River » Boston Herald Wastewater treatment plants along Massachusetts rivers will have to notify the public when they dump untreated sewage into the water during heavy rain events, thanks to a bill signed into law by Gov. …

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Massachusetts Weekly Unemployment Claimant Data 06-10-21 » MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

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$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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