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Reminder: This Never Ends Well » The Daily Poster Signals of retreat on the $2,000 checks echo Democrats’ disastrous surrender on the public option in 2009.…

3 reasons why the Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine rollout has gone so slowly » Boston.com Officials in Massachusetts are working to ramp up the state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. But so far, the state — known for being an international hub of medical expertise — has lagged remarkably …

As legislators scrambled, Baker gained an edge in what became law » Boston Globe Last summer, Democratic lawmakers and advocates celebrated when a wide-ranging police accountability bill easily cleared the Massachusetts House.…

Three NYC Pension Funds to Divest $4 Billion From Fossil Fuels » Bloomberg Politics Three of New York City’s five public employee pension funds are divesting $4 billion from securities related to fossil-fuel companies.…

Biden to reopen ACA insurance marketplaces as pandemic has cost millions of Americans their coverage » Washington Post President Biden is scheduled to take executive actions as early as Thursday to reopen federal marketplaces selling Affordable Care Act health plans and to lower recent barriers to joining Medicaid.…

NY: ‘Survivor-style’ campaigning comes to New York’s race for mayor » Politico After months of angling, dropping in, dropping out, flirting and fighting, the unwieldy field of candidates for the “second hardest job in America” has taken shape. The next five months will see w…

One coal state senator holds the key to Biden’s ambitious climate agenda. And it’s not McConnell. » Washington Post He’s a coal country native, born to a family of mining town mayors. As West Virginia governor, he sued the Environmental Protection Agency. He has scuttled efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissio…

Ricchetti Brothers Rise in D.C., One a Lobbyist, the Other in the White House » The Wall Street Journal As a White House counselor, Steve Ricchetti is a top confidant of President Biden and one of the most important new power brokers in government.…

Blue-chip clients dump Trumpworld lobbying shops » Axios Some blue-chip corporate clients have cut the cord with lobbying firms that monetized their close relationships with Donald Trump and his administration, new disclosure filings show.…

Two weeks into a test run, Mass. jury trials go on pause » Boston Globe After conducting five jury trials over the last two weeks, Massachusetts trial courts have opted to put the proceedings on hold from Tuesday until Feb. 12, court officials said.…

CA: Some Silicon Valley donors’ next political fight? Trying to oust California’s governor. » Vox Some major Silicon Valley donors are mobilizing behind a plan to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom, using their money to turn what was a quixotic attempt into a looming political threat to Newsom’…

Is The MBTA In A Death Spiral? One Transportation Advocate Thinks So » WGBH It's the first Monday since the first phase of cuts negotiated over the summer took effect at the MBTA, as COVID-19 pulled ridership to historic lows. Almost all weekend commuter rail service is now s…

Business leaders hopeful for relief, wary of taxes » The Eagle Tribune President Joe Biden has pledged to provide more support for small businesses hammered by the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and while the state's business leaders say they're optimistic…

“The bar for standing up to Trump has been set so low that there was really no difficulty clearing it.”

Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray

Former Jersey Gov. was able to emerge from the Trump era with his reputation more intact than most of the president's other supporters.

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Beltway Politics

Sen. Rob Portman’s exit leaves void in chamber and 2022 map » Roll Call Ohio Sen. Rob Portman’s announcement Monday that he would not run for reelection sent shockwaves through GOP circles, as Republicans grappled with losing a senator with his stature and history of wi…

Biden to tap nurse as acting surgeon general » Washington Post The Biden administration has selected nurse Susan Orsega to serve as the nation’s acting surgeon general, said two people with knowledge of her selection who spoke on the condition of anonymity beca…

Mitt Romney says ‘new faces’ like Charlie Baker are key for the future direction of GOP » Boston.com en. Mitt Romney said in an appearance on “Fox News Sunday” that the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is justified, adding that he expects even as Trump remains a fixture i…

Senate confirms Janet Yellen as first female treasury secretary » Boston Globe The Senate on Monday approved President Joe Biden’s nomination of Janet Yellen to be the nation’s 78th treasury secretary, making her the first woman to hold the job in the department’s 232-year…

Republicans waver on punishing Trump as impeachment trial looms » Boston Globe House Democrats delivered the impeachment case against Donald Trump to the Senate late Monday for the start of his historic trial, but Republican senators were easing off their criticism of the former…

Editorial: The US Senate needs to learn to function again » Boston Globe Even in the face of an insurrection and a deadly pandemic, the United States Senate took its sweet time to get itself organized and up running in an effective manner — and mostly because of a disagr…

Opinion: Joe Biden, Tom Brady, and the matter of age » Boston Globe At 43, Brady proved the skeptics wrong about his physical abilities by leading the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl. At 78, Biden is the the oldest president in American history. Is it fair to re-up specu…

Senate confirms Antony Blinken as 71st secretary of state » Boston Globe The Senate on Tuesday confirmed Antony Blinken as America’s top diplomat, tasked with carrying out President Joe Biden’s commitment to reverse the Trump administration’s “America First” doct…

Business

Opinion: Something stinks with timing of curfews being lifted in Massachusetts » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker declared war on Massachusetts small businesses for cynical political purposes. Baker last week reversed 10 months of punitive executive orders that destroyed the lives and livelihoo…

Berkshire Bank taps Webster exec as new CEO » Boston Business Journal The Boston-based lender has been looking for its next leader since August, when Richard Marotta abruptly resigned.…

Amazon plans to add 3,000 more jobs in major tech expansion in Seaport » Boston Globe The e-commerce giant announced on Tuesday a major expansion of its tech operations in the city, adding 3,000 jobs over the next few years in a 630,000-square-foot office to be built in the Seaport Dis…

Report: Challenging economic times remain in Amherst due to COVID’s impact » Gazette Net Even if the University of Massachusetts can function normally in the fall following the significant disruptions caused by the pandemic, Amherst's economy may not bounce back right away, according to a…

Big E president describes fairgrounds industry devastated by COVID » The Republican At a time when The Big E normally gears up for late-winter trade and consumer shows — campers, hunting and fishing, and home improvement — the biggest event coming to the Eastern States Exposition…

Walsh Gives Clearance for Boston Business Reopenings » State House News Service Beginning next month a range of businesses in Boston like gyms and movie theaters that have been closed since mid-December will be allowed to reopen as public health officials said they've observed im…

GE reports cash flow surge; stock soars » Boston Business Journal The company finished in positive territory on the metric last year thanks to a strong fourth quarter, though its aviation division is still struggling during the pandemic.…

October date set for 2021 Boston Marathon » Boston Business Journal The date comes with an asterisk — the race will take place that day if it’s allowed under the state’s four-phase economic reopening plan.…

Holyoke Mall restaurants open for take out, limited indoor dining » The Republican While the tables at the Holyoke Mall food court have been removed per Gov. Charlie Baker’s pandemic guidelines, the Café Square restaurants are still open for takeout.…

Cannabis

Massachusetts marijuana dispensary association withdraws lawsuit against state delivery rules after backlash from members » Boston.com Facing an exodus of its members, the Commonwealth Dispensary Association is withdrawing its lawsuit against recently approved recreational marijuana delivery rules in Massachusetts.…

Civil Rights

Biden offers LGBTQ protections, an ideological departure from Trump-era policy » Boston Globe President Biden’s orders expanding LGBTQ antidiscrimination protections and allowing transgender people to serve in the military mark a sharp ideological departure from his predecessor and deliver p…

Local LGBTQ+ advocates celebrate reversal of military ban » Berkshire Eagle First lifted in 2016, then reimposed in 2017, a ban impeding transgender people from serving in the U.S. military was reversed again Monday, by President Joe Biden.…

Education

Former San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz takes post at Mount Holyoke College » Gazette Net Carmen Yulín Cruz, the former mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, will join Mount Holyoke College as a fellow focused on leadership initiatives for the next year.…

As cities struggle under budget pressure brought on by the pandemic, calls are mounting for greater support from nonprofit colleges and universities » Boston Business Journal Cities and towns, facing unprecedented budget pressure due to the pandemic, are expected to increasingly turn their attention toward a huge and controversial source of wealth that has long remained of…

School Committee Asks State For Help Returning To Full In-Person » Andover Patch The Andover School Committee wrote a letter to state officials asking for help returning to full in-person learning Thursday, citing three major obstacles: space, staff and transportation.…

Fall River area school districts cool to idea of COVID pooled testing strategy » The Herald News Five Fall River area school districts say they’re not interested, at least for the time being, in a new state pooled testing program that will bundle, or pool, weekly nose swabs of students and teac…

Environment

Biden sets in motion plan to ban new oil and gas drilling on federal land » Boston Globe President Joe Biden on Wednesday will direct federal agencies to determine how expansive a ban on new oil and gas drilling on federal land should be, part of a suite of executive orders that will effe…

Stars aligned for possible climate bill action Thursday » News 22 WWLP.com The House and Senate could Thursday to resend Gov. Charlie Baker a climate change bill designed to push Massachusetts toward net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, according to one senior State House offi…

Federal

Effort to put Harriet Tubman on $20 bill restarted under Biden » Boston Globe With a change of administrations, it looks like Harriet Tubman is once again headed to the front of the $20 bill.…

Gaming

Ex-Tribal Chairman Seeks Dismissal In Casino Bribery Case » WBUR The former chairman of a Massachusetts tribe is seeking to dismiss some of the federal bribery and extortion charges he's facing over the tribe's long planned casino project.…

MGM Springfield, Encore Boston Harbor, Plainridge Park casinos returning to 24-hour operation this week » The Republican MGM Springfield plans to return to 24-hour operations on Friday, Jan. 29, following Gov. Charlie Baker’s relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions.…

Health Care

Moderna says vaccine is effective against coronavirus variants, launching customized booster study » Boston Herald Cambridge-based Moderna on Monday announced preliminary results demonstrating its coronavirus vaccine was effective against the UK and South African variants of the virus, along with a new study on a …

As new strains complicate vaccine picture, Moderna plans studies of a COVID-19 booster shot » Boston Globe Moderna said Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine generates a weaker immune response against a worrisome strain of the disease that first emerged in South Africa, prompting the company to plan a US clinic…

“A Long Time Coming:” Massachusetts’ Journey to Full Practice Authority for Nurse Practitioners » Clinical Advisor The journey to full practice authority (FPA) for nurse practitioners (NPs) in Massachusetts reached its peak on January 1, 2021, when Governor Charlie Baker signed FPA for Massachusetts NPs into law. …

Mass General Brigham moves forward with $2B in expansions, buildings » Boston Business Journal The hospital owner is moving forward with nearly $2 billion in projects, filing for state approvals for three major expansions to begin over the coming months.…

Coalition: A new Holyoke Soldiers’ Home would need many more beds » Boston Herald A new Holyoke Soldiers’ Home that is planned should have about 100 more beds than the state has proposed, a group of veterans and their families said today, urging Gov. Charlie Baker to ramp up plan…

Housing

Boston’s average rent drops 18 percent over pandemic year » Boston Herald The price to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Boston has plummeted 18% since last January, as the coronavirus pandemic has driven away student renters and many city dwellers, according recent data.…

Immigration

Hodgson Sounds Alarm Over Immigration Policies [OPINION] » WBSM An internal memo from Immigration and Customs Enforcement contains an order to release “all cases” of detainees in ICE custody. The memo, according to Breitbart, says the detainees are now to be c…

Judiciary

Springfield drug court to expand with $2 million federal grant » The Republican The Springfield District Court will expand its “drug court” services over the next five years with the help of a $2 million federal grant.…

Local Government

Northampton Finance Director Susan Wright to retire after 17 years with city » Gazette Net The mayor is not the only one who will be moving on from City Hall soon. Finance Director Susan Wright will be retiring at the end of June after 17 years of working for the city.…

Boston could soon have an acting mayor. What will that mean? » Boston Globe It is one paragraph featuring three complete sentences of just under 190 words. But the interpretation of those few phrases could determine the limits of City Council president Kim Janey’s power whe…

City Emails Offer Look Inside Pittsfield’s Unrealized Plan To Oust Unhoused From Public Parks » WAMC Emails obtained by WAMC News using the Freedom of Information Act show how the city of Pittsfield, Massachusetts developed a strategy to remove unhoused people from public parks in fall 2020 – and w…

SLIDTR Committee announces tax exemption signed by Gov. Charlie Baker » Wicked Local State Rep. James Arciero and State Sen. Edward Kennedy announced on Jan. 15 that Gov. Charlie Baker has signed House Bill 4469, an Act Authorizing the town of Westford to Establish a Means Tested Seni…

Politics

Charlie Baker faces unrest in MassGOP over Trump’s second impeachment » Boston Herald A pro-Trump faction of the Massachusetts Republican Party is calling for a censure of Gov. Charlie Baker for backing a second impeachment of the former president — a historic prosecution that took a…

Madeline Ranalli receives endorsement from Jesse Mermell » Wicked Local Former adviser to Gov. Deval Patrick and candidate for Congress in the Massachusetts 4th District Jesse Mermell has endorsed progressive leader Madeline Ranalli for the Newton City Council Ward 1 at-l…

Opinion: Companies need to reevaluate the full range of their political spending » Boston Globe Corporate funding has contributed to the degrading of our democracy. In many cases it conflicts with professed company stances, eroding public support for business.…

Rep Candidate Files Complaint Over Signatures, Ballot Access » State House News Service Another legal fight over ballot access in the age of COVID-19 is brewing, nine months after the state's highest court offered one-time relief to candidates who struggled to collect signatures due to t…

Public Health

Baker Releases New Details on Vaccination Timeline, Locations for Mass. Residents » NBC Boston As frustration with the state's vaccination efforts grows, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker detailed plans to Monday to have 103 public vaccination sites open by the end of the week with an online map…

Mass. reports 3,477 new confirmed coronavirus cases, 45 new deaths » Boston Globe The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts rose by 3,477 Monday, bringing the state’s total to 479,402.…

Eight Early Ed Sites Aim To Test 400 Per Day » State House News Service Early education providers in Massachusetts will soon be able to access COVID-19 testing at eight sites through a new state pilot program and will be able to order protective equipment at no cost, Lt. …

Baker Shakes Up Vaccine Distribution Plans » State House News Service Facing criticism for the state's vaccine rollout, Gov. Charlie Baker detailed plans Monday to move residents 65 or older higher up the priority ladder and substantially bolster the state's distributio…

Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine roll out relies on ‘honor system’ to determine eligibility » Boston Herald Massachusetts officials are leaving it up to the honor system to determine who is eligible for coronavirus vaccines in scarce supply as the state presses forward with its three-phase rollout.…

Editorial: Honor system for coronavirus vaccines cheaters’ delight » Boston Herald Honesty has always been in short supply. Now it’s going to be tested as coronavirus vaccines are slowly made available to the general public.…

Drive-through COVID test locations for child care providers, families » Boston Globe Child care providers will be eligible for free COVID-19 testing next month at eight drive-through locations through a privately funded pilot program, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito announced on Monday.…

Councilor Wu wants a COVID-19 vaccination site in every Boston zip code » Boston Globe Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu is calling for at least one COVID-19 vaccination site in each of the city’s residential zip codes, in an effort aimed at combating the stark disparities in vaccine …

Top Massachusetts official warns that COVID-19 vaccine supply may be limited through February » Boston Globe A top state public health official warned Massachusetts cities and towns Sunday night that their shipments of COVID-19 vaccine doses will be “capped going forward through February” because the fed…

Massachusetts reports 3,477 new COVID cases, 45 deaths as officials announce start of Phase 2 of vaccine effort » The Republican State health officials confirmed another 3,477 cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the active number of statewide cases to 92,035. Monday’s new caseload is based on 78,650 molecular tests, accordi…

Baker adds sites, accelerates vaccinations for residents 65 and over while hundreds of thousands of doses sit unused » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker outlined a plan on Monday to add more than 60 injection sites across the state, including three new mass vaccination locations, while moving residents age 65 and over forward in…

COVID mass vaccination site opening at Springfield’s Eastfield Mall on Jan. 29, Gov. Charlie Baker says » The Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday announced the opening of several new COVID-19 vaccination sites, including one opening at Eastfield Mall in Springfield on Jan. 29.…

Letter: Massachusetts seems woefully behind in protecting seniors » Berkshire Eagle I’ve just heard from senior-citizen friends in New York that they’ve just been vaccinated. Ditto friends and relatives in places like Hawaii, Pennsylvania and Florida.…

Eastfield Mall in Springfield to be mass COVID-19 vaccination site » Western Mass News Governor Charlie Baker announced Monday that mass COVID-19 vaccination site will open in Springfield by the end of the week. This comes as Phase 2 in the vaccine rollout will begin next Monday.…

People 75 and older can sign up for coronavirus vaccine beginning Wednesday » Boston Globe Massachusetts residents who are 75 and older can sign up Wednesday to get the coronavirus vaccine and they can start getting their shots next Monday, state officials said, directing people to a state …

Governor announces the exact date range when you can get vaccinated » Fox 25 News The state’s vaccination distribution plan has changed. Phase 2 starts February 1st, and there has been an adjustment to the priority groups.…

Here’s what Anthony Fauci said Massachusetts should expect as the vaccine rollout progresses » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday that Massachusetts will likely see “empty seats” at its public vaccination sites next month due to the federal supply of vaccine doses not meeting the state’s capa…

Public Safety

Anti-violence, youth engagement targets of grants to Lowell Police » Lowell Sun Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration announced Monday that Lowell will once again be a major recipient of anti-violence grants that have long provided a major foundation of the city’s crime prevent…

Berkshire County gets $475K in grants to fund violence prevention, victim support programs » Berkshire Eagle Berkshire County has received more than $475,000 in grant funding to address, prevent and respond to violence against women and gang violence.…

State providing $12.8M in anti-violence grant funding » News 22 WWLP.com The Baker-Polito Administration announced nearly $13 million in Violence Against Women Act, Services Training Officers Prosecutors (VAWA STOP) and Senator Charles E. Shannon Jr., Community Safety Init…

Advocates push to make Boston Fire Department more diverse » Boston Globe Advocates, lawmakers, and a local group of firefighters of color pushed several measures on Monday to help diversify the Boston Fire Department, which has come under fire in recent years for being dom…

State announces $12.9 million in funding for anti-gang, anti-domestic violence programs » The Republican State officials on Monday announced nearly $13 million in grant funding to communities and agencies across Massachusetts to prevent domestic and gang violence…

State slow to improve criminal justice data collection » Commonwealth Magazine A WELL-KNOWN management maxim warns, if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it. By that reckoning, those trying to better the state’s criminal justice system are often flying blind.…

Haverhill, Methuen, Lawrence UTEC Share Shannon Grants to Combat Gang Violence » WHAV Haverhill, Methuen and Lawrence are sharing in federal and state grants to address, prevent and respond to gang violence.…

State Finance

Lottery Sales, Profits Rising During Pandemic » State House News Service The Massachusetts Lottery saw greater sales and profit performance during the six months from July through December 2020 than it did during the same six months in pre-pandemic 2019, despite changes in…

State Government

Opinion: Charlie Baker reveals himself again as an out of touch bureaucrat » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker is once again revealing himself as an out of touch bureaucrat more at home with a color-coded chart than with real people. Baker has been slow to act throughout the pandemic and onl…

Massachusetts National Guard to return to DC during Trump impeachment trial » Boston Herald Massachusetts National Guard members will again deploy to Washington, D.C., where they will provide extra security around the U.S. Capitol during former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial ne…

Gov. Baker to deliver annual State of Commonwealth address » Boston Herald When Gov. Charlie Baker delivers his annual State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday evening, he’ll be facing a much different landscape than he did a year ago.…

Transportation

MassDOT leader Stephanie Pollack says goodbye ahead of Biden admin role » Boston Herald As MassDOT Secretary Stephanie Pollack starts her new job with the Biden administration on Wednesday, the outgoing Baker Cabinet member on Monday said goodbye to the T’s oversight board — telling …

In farewell, Pollack says she’ll consider all transportation modes in federal highway role » Boston Globe Once a fierce advocate for public transit who rose to prominence fighting to offset pollution from the Big Dig, Stephanie Pollack might seem a surprising choice to become the nation’s deputy highway…

Transportation proposals seek to tackle problem of first, last mile » Berkshire Eagle Public buses run through Berkshire County, but many people don’t even have a way to get to the bus stops. Unable to afford personal vehicles, many residents miss out on job opportunities, health car…

Harvard raises concerns on ‘no-build’ Allston option » Commonwealth Magazine A TOP OFFICIAL at Harvard University sent a letter to Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack last week raising concerns about the state’s growing interest in just patching the crumbling elevated…

SSA climbs aboard the electric buses » Martha's Vineyard Times The Steamship Authority is purchasing three electric buses from BYD USA for $2.95 million, but will offset that cost with reimbursements of $875,000 from a combination of government settlements with V…

T control board’s annual report calls for new revenues » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA’S Fiscal and Management Control Board sent a 10-page annual report to the Legislature on Monday that is fact-based and largely straightforward with its updates on major initiatives and its …

Utilities

Vineyard Wind Looks to Regain Spot in Project Pipeline » State House News Service With a new federal administration in charge that's expected to be far more receptive to renewable energy projects and specifically offshore wind, Vineyard Wind said Monday it is ready to resubmit plan…

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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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