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Democratic establishment tightens its hold on the party as far-left candidates fall short » Washington Post Democratic primary voters have been turning away this year from the anti-elite furies that continue to roil Republican politics, repeatedly choosing more moderate candidates promising steady leadershi…

Mitch McConnell Is Crushing Joe Manchin’s Bipartisan Fantasies » Vanity Fair The West Virginia Democrat insists that he can get Republican support for voting rights protections and other key priorities—even as the Senate Minority Leader makes clear that his caucus won’t be…

OPINION: We’re Mississippi’s Last Abortion Clinic, and We’re Braced for the Worst » New York Times I could see the pain on the patient’s face as soon as she walked through the door of the abortion clinic where I work. She was unbearably sick from pregnancy complications and had been in and out of…

Charting a course for renewal along the coastline » Boston Globe Driving up the Lynnway, past the shuttered flea market and the discount furniture stores and the vast lot full of decaying cars being scrapped for parts, it can be hard to see the vision of the North …

Donald Trump Is Going On Tour With Bill O’Reilly, And Late Night Hosts Have Thoughts » HUFFPOST The comedians of late night TV couldn’t help themselves after ex-President Donald Trump announced he was going on a speaking tour with disgraced former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.…

NY: A Backroom Deal To Kill Single Payer » The Daily Poster A bill to create a single-payer health care system in New York state has been co-sponsored by a majority of lawmakers in both houses of the state legislature for the first time ever — but it will li…

Massachusetts Legislature overwhelmingly advances proposed tax on top earners to 2022 ballot » Boston Globe Massachusetts lawmakers overwhelmingly voted Wednesday to advance a sweeping change to the state tax code to the 2022 ballot, kickstarting what’s expected to be a bruising political debate over whet…

FL: Election Denial and $16 Spritzers: Welcome to Florida’s Trump Coast » Bloomberg Politics Lured south by sunshine, golf, and money, the former president’s allies and hangers-on have formed an alternate universe that revolves around Mar-a-Lago.…

After Dennis White, Boston could launch its first external search for a new police commissioner in 15 years. It won’t be easy » Boston Globe Dennis White may be gone, but as scandal swirls around the Boston Police Department, the process of choosing a permanent replacement is just beginning.…

New MBTA board picks up some momentum » Commonwealth Magazine THE MOVE TO REPLACE the expiring MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board with a new oversight agency appears to be picking up steam, as a House spending plan released on Wednesday follows the governo…

‘Our Republican Party Is in Shambles': Growing Rift on Display at Mass. GOP Meeting » NBC Boston Massachusetts Republican leaders have continued to clash over Committeewoman Deborah Martell's anti-gay remarks about congressional candidate Jeffrey Sossa-Paquette.…

OPINION: So long, democracy — we hardly knew ye » Boston Globe With voting rights and the For the People Act on life support, America’s ‘grand experiment’ is quickly failing.…

RI: GOP caught up in 'Trump Victory' fund money go-round » The Associated Press (AP) The Rhode Island GOP was one of the state Republican parties caught in a money-go-round that saw hundreds of thousands of dollars come in and go out again the same day.…

From the synagogue to the Senate: The busiest Democratic senator you’ve probably never heard of » Washington Post Larry Rosen and Doug Emhoff bonded because of their powerful wives. As two of the only men in the book club for spouses when their other halves served as senators, they became good friends.…

Boston leadership tangled in series of scandals » WRAL The acting mayor just fired the new police commissioner. Two school committee members abruptly quit after exchanging a series of racially charged text messages. The Boston Police Department is embroil…

"Income and wealth inequality have now reached levels not seen since the 1920s, right before the Great Depression. And we have to face the fact that our state, Massachusetts, is one of the most unequal in the nation."

State Sen. Jason Lewis

The so-called Millionaires' Tax moved a step closer to becoming a reality Wednesday, as the Massachusetts Legislature voted 159 to 41 to put a proposed four-percent surtax on incomes over a million dollars before voters in 2022.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Criticize Manchin. But there is a line no progressive should cross or it will all blow up » Boston Globe All week, liberals have been dumping on West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat. It’s logical enough.…

Future-proofing the presidency: A sordid family affair » Boston Globe Donald Trump exploited loopholes to build a White House rife with nepotism. Lawmakers must close them.…

Battenfeld: Marty Walsh now a big target in D.C., faces hostile questions from Congress » Boston Herald Former Mayor Marty Walsh faced hostile questions for the first time from Congress on Wednesday about his appointment of Police Commissioner Dennis White and whether he knew about White’s history of …

Business

Grist for the Mill: Lost in the world » The Millbury Sutton Chronicle When the economy closes down and it stops being safe to see people because of the pandemic, your world becomes impossibly small. I’m one of the lucky ones in that I could work from home, my child is…

Area Breweries Have Steady Re-Opening After COVID » Everett Independent The once-booming brewery scene in Everett – some of the hardest hit businesses in the City – are slowly gathering their former momentum this week since Gov. Charlie Baker lifted COVID-19 restricti…

White House drops Trump orders trying to ban TikTok, WeChat » Boston Globe The White House has dropped Trump-era executive orders that attempted to ban the popular apps TikTok and WeChat and will conduct its own review aimed at identifying national security risks with softwa…

Dive bars Beacon Hill Pub, The Tam survive pandemic » Boston Herald After a year that tanked whole blocks of Boston’s restaurant scene, two of the city’s decades-old dive bars survived to serve another round: the Beacon Hill Pub and The Tam.…

At One Neighborhood Rock Club, Returning Crowds Bring Anxiety And Hope » WBUR When Massachusetts shut down in March of 2020, Jay Balerna figured his Jamaica Plain bar, the Midway Cafe, would only be closed a few weeks.…

Mass. retailer stocks, sales rebound as US reopens » Boston Globe Massachusetts clothing retailers that got hammered during the pandemic are scrambling back as consumer spending rises, pandemic restrictions ease, and states reopen at full capacity.…

Healey Calls for Increased Cyber Security Measures » Cape Cod Online Attorney General Maura Healey has called for business and government leaders to increase measures to ensure cyber security in the public and private sectors.…

Editorial: Business leaders don’t need voting prompts from AG » Boston Herald If Bay State business leaders need help deciding which political candidates they should support and/or donate to, they can recall this principle: HWMV — How Would Maura Vote. Hint: It isn’t Republ…

Gobi, Whipps announce grant for Polus Center » Athol Daily News Sen. Anne Gobi (D-Spencer) and Rep. Susannah Whipps (I-Athol) joined the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development today in announcing a grant award in the amount of $45,000 for the Polus Ce…

Mass. AG calls on Mass. businesses to defend voting rights » Boston Business Journal Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey used her annual Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce address on Wednesday to urge businesses to be more proactive in fighting the rollback of voting rights in…

Healey Urges Businesses to Join Voting Rights Fight » State House News Service Attorney General Maura Healey challenged business leaders on Wednesday to withhold money and support from politicians around the country engaged in efforts to strip certain groups of voting rights, en…

Deep beneath New York’s Grand Central, a Canton company repairs a generator » Boston Business Journal It takes about 20 minutes to get from the Grand Central Station clock tower down to where Mike Molway’s workers spent months — with the pandemic-induced interruption — on a repair job.…

Pop-Up Retail Boosting Downtowns, Aspiring Entrepreneurs » State House News Service The future of retail is pop-ups -- but it's not the seasonal Halloween stores that materialize in strip malls when the leaves start to turn brown that have the potential to liven up downtown areas, se…

Delivery fee cap, work incentives among pandemic extension amendments » News 22 WWLP.com Ahead of a Senate debate Thursday on legislation to keep in place a slew of pandemic policy measures beyond next week’s state of emergency end date, 17 senators proposed a total of 44 ways they thin…

Alex and Ani files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy » Boston Globe Alex and Ani, the Rhode Island-based jewelry company that grew into a billion-dollar business, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Delaware on Wednesday.…

SBA to make 2021 PPP loans public. Here's what you need to know. » Boston Business Journal The Small Business Administration plans to make details of Paycheck Protection Program loans from the most recent round public.…

BioMed pitches first phase of Somerville lab campus in Assembly Square » Boston Business Journal BioMed Realty Trust this week filed plans with the city of Somerville to develop a combined 391,200 square feet of life-science lab and office space at the former Xmbly site, a 9.43-acre property a st…

Civil Rights

Amid turmoil at Boston Pride, embattled president will resign as boycott brings change » Boston Globe The embattled president of Boston Pride plans to resign this summer to make way for new leadership in response to activists who have boycotted the group to protest its lack of inclusion.…

Opinion: When it comes to race, Boston is a work in progress » Boston Globe As recent events show, it goes beyond one fan allegedly throwing a water bottle at Nets star Kyrie Irving. Over time, the problem has evolved from the horror of a white man assaulting a Black man with…

Education

Report: Massachusetts Community College Attendance Boosts Employment, Earnings » WBUR Taking courses at one of Massachusetts community colleges is likely to result in a positive return on a student's time and tuition investment.…

Haverhill LEADS Fellows Among Inaugural Graduates; Vargas Calls Program Transformational » WHAV Fellows from Lowell, Lawrence and Haverhill LEADS participated in the executive leadership program in partnership with Harvard Business School faculty. State Rep. Andy X. Vargas, one of three class sp…

Matos: It’s too soon to end state takeover of Providence schools » Boston Globe In the latest episode of Rhode Island Report, the lieutenant governor talks about city schools, her 2022 campaign plans, and her transportation wish list for Secretary Pete Buttigieg.…

Environment

EPA requires Quincy to spend $100 million to reduce sewage flowing into Boston Harbor » Boston Globe Two years after the federal government sued Quincy for discharging sewage and untreated wastewater into Boston Harbor, the city on Wednesday reached an agreement with the US attorney’s office and th…

Legislator Warns Baker Over New Climate Change Building Code » Banker & Tradesman The lead Senate architect of the law made warned the Baker administration Wednesday he will be watching its implementation of a landmark carbon emissions bill closely, particularly the creation of a n…

Gaming

After Stalling Last Session, Sports Betting Debate Re-Emerges in Mass. » NBC Boston More than two years after holding a two-day hearing that revolved around whether or how to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts, the Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies wil…

Health Care

What’s next for the new Alzheimer’s drug? Lots of thorny issues ahead » Boston Globe Despite all the excitement surrounding the FDA’s approval on Monday of a controversial treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, the drug won’t be flowing into a lot of patients’ arms anytime soon.…

Cancer drug startup Valo is latest to ink billion-dollar SPAC deal » Boston Globe Valo Health, a Boston cancer drug startup, announced on Wednesday that it will merge with a special purpose acquisition company in a deal that values the combined firm at $2.8 billion.…

Health Connector Aims to Tighten Up Customer Service » State House News Service The Massachusetts Health Connector on Thursday took what its executive director described as a "significant step" toward improving its customer services, green-lighting an agreement for call center pl…

Housing

Lagging construction of new homes contributes to rising prices » Fox 25 News When it comes to the region’s overheated real estate market, much of the focus has been on the huge spike in prices. A contributing factor to those higher prices is the slow pace of new construction…

Human Services

‘They already had the air mattress’: Facing fewer options, DCF has planned for kids to sleep in the office » Boston Globe In mid-May, the supervisors at one Department of Children and Families office sent an unusual request to staff. Employees were asked to work in shifts in the office, covering nearly every hour of the …

Labor

A working mother’s manifesto: Pandemic provides a once-in-a-generation chance to course correct how we work » Boston Globe This is the time for companies to remake the workplace, to eliminate inequities that have created predominantly male management regimes.…

US unemployment claims fall to 376,000, sixth straight drop » Boston Globe The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell for the sixth straight week as the U.S. economy reopens rapidly after being held back for months by the coronavirus pandemic.…

State, Employers Prepare For First Juneteenth State Holiday » State House News Service While this won't be the first year Massachusetts has recognized Juneteenth as an important day in history for Black Americans, it will be the first year June 19 gets celebrated as an official state ho…

Gov. Baker Announces 1st Recipients of Funding Under Post-Pandemic Jobs Program » NBC Boston Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday announced the first organizations to get grant money from the state to help residents looking to get back to work following the coronavirus pandemic.…

Local Government

Springfield approves Juneteenth state holiday as paid holiday for city employees » MassLive The new Juneteenth state holiday, remembering the end of slavery, will result in a new 12th paid holiday for city employees in Springfield, as approved this week by the City Council and supported by t…

After Continued Fight, Federal Money Finally Comes to Everett » Everett Independent The federal American Rescue Plan was supposed to be a piece of very welcome good news earlier this year, but ended up being a sharp stick in the eye for Everett and Chelsea when the two hard-hit COVID…

Williamsburg selectmen debate building reopening, meetings » The Reminder During the Williamsburg Board of Selectmen’s June 3 meeting, the board discussed reopening town buildings on June 15 and returning to in-person public meetings.…

Hampden Board of Selectmen hears dog complaint, continues talks on shared health services » The Reminder A 4-year-old German Shepherd named Nietzsche was the topic of a dangerous dog hearing at the Hampden Board of Selectmen meeting on June 7.…

Guest columnists Nina Levison and Ethan Tupelo: Main Street’s redesign needs to be more progressive, forward-thinking » Gazette Net The Main Street redesign is an exciting opportunity to reshape downtown Northampton and positively influence the Valley. As our central gathering area, Main Street should be a space that prioritizes f…

With Tyngsboro election around the corner, voting hours controversy resolved » Lowell Sun Voters will have from noon to 8 p.m. to cast their ballots at their polling place in next Tuesday’s town election, the Board of Selectmen voted Monday night.…

The $238 million pandemic question facing Plymouth and Norfolk counties » Patriot Ledger Leaders in Plymouth and Norfolk counties are still trying to figure out what they will do with the $238 million allocated to them under the $1.9 trillion stimulus package that passed in March, or if t…

Janey signs off on changes to city charter » The Bay State Banner Acting Mayor Janey signed an ordinance on Monday giving Boston’s voters a chance to amend the city charter this November, granting the City Council and city residents more power in the budget proces…

Great Barrington advisory urges 'good discretion' among soaring vaccination rates » Berkshire Eagle With vaccination rates topping more than 90 percent in some age groups, the Board of Health has issued an advisory to “use good discretion” and kindness during the transition to a full reopening a…

Boston City Council gives itself ability to strip Kim Janey’s power » Boston Herald The Boston City Council is flexing its political muscle, giving itself the authority to strip Acting Mayor Kim Janey of her power — though not actually moving to do so.…

North Adams' Pandemic State of Emergency Expires June 15 » iBerkshires The city's state of emergency comes to an end next Tuesday, June 15, 459 days after it was declared at the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic on March 13, 2020.…

Municipal Coffers Beginning to Fill Up With ARPA Aid » State House News Service Amid the spat between the governor and legislative leaders over who gets to control the $5.3 billion the federal government gave the state in mid-May, nearly every city or town government across Massa…

Politics

Peabody Mayor Bettencourt Launches Re-Election Bid » Peabody Patch The mayor, seeking a sixth term, touted the city's coronavirus response, cell tower dispute resolution and ongoing quality-of-life projects.…

Fissures in MassGOP come into view as party members clash over anti-gay remarks outside committee meeting » Boston Herald A fissure in the MassGOP came into view outside a state committee meeting as supporters of an openly gay Republican congressional candidate carried signs and called for the resignation of a committeew…

Val Demings launches bid to oust Marco Rubio from Senate » Boston Globe U.S. Rep. Val Demings launched a bid for the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, raising hope among Democrats of ousting Florida’s Republican Sen. Marco Rubio from the evenly divided chamber.…

Mayoral races taking shape in Northampton, Holyoke » Gazette Net Mayoral races across the state are heating up, including in Northampton and Holyoke. Candidates in both cities have begun to file their nomination papers - the step necessary to appear on the ballot.…

Healey mum on gov run during Chamber address » Boston Herald With yet another clue into a possible run for governor, Attorney General Maura Healey asked attendees at a Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce event to steer their donations away from candidates seekin…

Checking In On The State's GOP » WBUR Last week, according to emails obtained by The Boston Globe, state GOP committeewoman Deborah Martell made homophobic remarks against fellow Republican and congressional candidate Jeffrey Sossa-Paquet…

Republican who made anti-gay remarks says she won’t be ‘bullied’ into resigning » Boston Globe A Republican state committee woman facing calls to step down from her elected position after making anti-gay remarks told a room full of her colleagues Wednesday evening that “I do not intend to be …

EDITORIAL: Infighting imperils state GOP » The Salem News The Massachusetts Republican State Committee is looking more like the snake eating its own tail than a leadership body.…

Feeney Launches Bid For Framingham District 3 Council Seat » Framingham Patch Mary Kate Feeney, vice chair of the city's Strategic Initiatives and Financial Oversight Committee(SIFOC), launched her bid for the seat on Wednesday, giving incumbent Adam Steiner his first challenge…

Shrinking Mass. Republican Party struggles for direction » Berkshire Eagle The state Republican Party on Wednesday night united behind resolutions supporting Israel and opposing universal mail-in voting in Massachusetts, but the gathering did not seem to calm the tensions th…

Public Health

Dartmouth Vaccination Site Slated to Close July 13 » WBSM The mass COVID-19 vaccination site at the former Circuit City in Dartmouth is slated to close on July 13, as the Baker-Polito Administration announced a shift in focus to Massachusetts' hardest-hit co…

Vaccination Rates Have Slowed Dramatically in Mass. » NBC Boston Fewer people are lining up to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts, with the number of fully vaccinated residents still shy of the 4.1 million Gov. Charlie Baker had sought to reach by the start …

US to buy 500 million Pfizer vaccines to share globally » Boston Globe The U.S. will buy 500 million more doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to share through the global COVAX alliance for donation to 92 lower income countries and the African Union over the next year, a…

Public Health Council Rescinds State Emergency Mask Order » WGBH The Massachusetts Public Health Council has voted to rescind the state’s emergency mask order.…

25 Investigates: Vaccination rates in low-income communities still lag behind the pack » Fox 25 News 25 Investigates told you about a major gap in vaccination rates between wealthy and low income communities in Massachusetts.. Since then, the state altered its vaccine approach. We wanted to know if i…

New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Vaccines Remain Effective Against Variants » WBUR The emergence of new and more infectious variants of the coronavirus has raised a troubling question: Will the current crop of COVID-19 vaccine prevent these variants from causing disease?…

Coronavirus caseload slips to another new low » Lowell Sun Another 116 COVID-19 cases were recorded in Massachusetts on Wednesday, as the statewide test positivity rate ticked up slightly and the total active caseload slipped to another new low.…

The Highly Contagious Delta Variant Is On The Rise In The U.S. » WBUR The Delta variant, which was first detected in India, now accounts for more than 6% of all infections in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.…

Boston health experts team with Google on tech to target 'vaccine deserts' » Boston Business Journal Boston Children’s Hospital and Adriadne Labs, in partnership with Google, aim to help governments plan future vaccine distribution with a new software tool that identifies areas of the country that …

116 confirmed cases, 5 deaths, and 30,550 vaccinations: See yesterday’s new COVID-19 data from Mass. » Boston Globe Massachusetts reported 116 new confirmed coronavirus cases Wednesday, bringing the pandemic total to 662,459. The state also reported 5 new confirmed coronavirus deaths, bringing the tragic toll to 17…

Municipal Health Proponents Seek $250 Million Investment » State House News Service Warning that the existing public health infrastructure leaves lower-income communities with insufficient resources, a group of local officials and advocates called Wednesday for the Legislature to dir…

Fake COVID Vaccine Cards Are Being Sold Online. Using One Is A Crime » WBUR A vendor on Amazon was discovered selling a pack of blank COVID-19 vaccination cards this week.…

State vaccination grants target harder-to-reach groups » Daily Times Chronicle About $3.2 million in grants and contracts have been awarded to community-based organizations to increase awareness and access to the COVID-19 vaccine in the 20 Massachusetts cities and towns hardest …

Baystate Health to close Whitney Avenue Vaccine Center in Holyoke » MassLive Baystate Health Education Center at 361 Whitney Avenue here was an early vaccination center as the state began its phased rollout in mid-December to immunize residents, beginning with health care work…

Public Safety

First Responders, Governor Baker Pay Their Respects At Wake For Worcester Police Officer Manny Familia » CBS Boston Thousands of people, including first responders and Gov. Charlie Baker, showed up to pay their final respects Wednesday afternoon at the wake for Worcester Police Officer Manny Familia.…

Boston Police officer arrested, accused of slamming person into a driveway » Boston Herald A Boston Police officer who’s on probation has been arrested after allegedly slamming a person into a driveway, the Suffolk DA’s Office said.…

Newly released report offers conflicting information about fatal 2016 shooting by Pawtucket police » Boston Globe Dominique Silva, 24, was killed by an officer responding to a call about an armed drug robbery. The plastic BB gun found near his body was actually retrieved from the street by police and placed there…

Lawmakers Still Chasing Reforms After Tragic 2014 Fire » State House News Service Reforms for cutting, welding, and hot work that stem from the death of two Boston firefighters seven years ago were again at the forefront of a legislative hearing Monday with first responders saying …

State Government

House advancing redistricting process bill opposed by Galvin » News 22 WWLP.com With deadlines closing in, the House on Wednesday advanced a controversial redistricting timeline shuffle and a mid-year spending plan that creates a permanent board of directors for the MBTA.…

Senate to debate extension of pandemic provisions beyond June » Boston Herald A bill that would extend a host of pandemic perks including to-go cocktails, voting by mail and Zooming into public meetings comes up for debate Thursday in the Senate.…

Massachusetts House to consider making mail-in voting permanent » Boston Globe The Massachusetts House could vote as early as Thursday on a provision that would permanently allow every registered voter to cast a ballot by mail in state primaries, general elections, and some muni…

Municipal officials oppose legislative redistricting proposal » Commonwealth Magazine AS THE HOUSE prepares to move forward with a major change to how redistricting is done, city and town officials are sounding the alarm that the change could have confusing unintended consequences, dis…

Taxation

Massachusetts millionaires’ tax headed to 2022 ballot » Boston Herald A controversial wealth tax is finally headed to the 2022 ballot, but politicians are predicting a “heated” campaign season before voters decide if Massachusetts millionaires should pay more in tax…

Opinion: A taxing burden — but on some of us more than others » Boston Globe When it comes to taxes, the wealthy have always managed to convince enough Americans that what’s good for them is good for the rest of us. Will it work in Massachusetts?…

State lawmakers advance income surtax to 2022 ballot » Berkshire Eagle With a vote of the House and Senate Wednesday afternoon, the Massachusetts Legislature effectively kicked off a year-and-a-half-long ballot campaign around the proposed constitutional amendment to inc…

It’s official: The millionaires tax question will go before voters in 2022 » Boston Business Journal The Massachusetts Legislature on Wednesday advanced a proposal to impose a new surtax on annual income over $1 million in order to fund transportation and schools, commonly known as the millionaires t…

Transportation

Mass. Registry Announces Appointments for In-Person Transactions Are Continuing » East Boston Times-Free Press The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) has announced that many of the new initiatives that were put in place to provide additional flexibility for its customers during the COVID-19 pandemi…

Utilities

Keystone pipeline nixed after Biden stands firm on permit » Boston Globe The sponsor of the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline pulled the plug on the contentious project Wednesday after Canadian officials failed to persuade President Biden to reverse his cancellation of its pe…

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