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10:00am Commission on Structural Racism in the Massachusetts Parole Process, Virtual Hearing

10:00am Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Public Health, Public Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure, Public Hearing

2:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

5:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

Must-Reads

‘People are scared’: Democrats lose ground on school equity plans » Politico On the national level, Democrats have insisted that the brush fires over critical race theory — which has become a political punching bag even for unrelated equity initiatives — are largely the wo…

In shift, GOP ramps up vaccine push as resistance hardens » AP News Republican politicians are under increasing pressure to speak out to persuade COVID-19 vaccine skeptics to roll up their sleeves and take the shots as a new, more contagious variant sends caseloads so…

Why Boston should pursue reparations » Commonwealth Magazine ON JUNE 9, 2021 Boston City Councilors Julia Mejia and Kenzie Bok submitted an order calling for “a hearing on reparations and their impact on the civil rights of Black Bostonians, in order to both …

Opinion: Why your vote may not count after redistricting » Boston Globe When gerrymandering nullifies the will of the people, insulated lawmakers can do whatever they please. Sometimes the consequences are life and death.…

FL: Florida Leads U.S. in Covid-19 Cases as Hospitalizations Surge » The Wall Street Journal Florida is recording more Covid-19 cases than any other U.S. state, as hospitalizations in some areas increase at the fastest rate since the start of the pandemic.…

Lucas: There’s a playbook for Diehl to beat Baker, and it was last used by a Democrat » Boston Herald It has been a long time since an incumbent governor was defeated in a primary. And it never happened to a Republican, but was only successful when Democrats were involved.…

First look: Don Jr., Ron DeSantis dominate poll of GOP frontrunners » Axios Don Jr. is the Trump child with the strongest connection to the base, and the most political promise should he ever decide to run. And the results reaffirm Ron DeSantis’ rise as an early 2024 front-…

Bill aims to address racial disparities in Mass. dental access » Boston Business Journal The data presented during the July Health Policy Commission meeting was stark — Black residents and low-income residents were using emergency rooms for dental care higher than any other group from 2…

Doctors, nurses and health groups call for mandatory coronavirus vaccinations for health workers » Washington Post Medical groups representing millions of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other health workers on Monday called for mandatory vaccinations of all U.S. health personnel against the coronavirus, framing …

Why Top Democrats Are Listening to Eric Adams Right Now » New York Times Some prominent Democrats think their party’s nominee for mayor of New York offers a template for how to address issues of public safety.…

Does the Biden Administration Really Think It Can “Out-Organize” Voter Suppression? » Vanity Fair The White House has reportedly suggested to voting rights advocates that they are focusing more on turnout than legislation to combat the GOP's voting restrictions.…

Bob Moses, 1960s civil rights leader who saw math as road to equality, dies at 86 » Washington Post Bob Moses, a towering but self-effacing leader of the civil rights movement who, after enduring beatings and jailings to register Black voters in Mississippi in the 1960s, picked up the civil rights t…

NJ: Ice cream headache: Will NJ punish Ben & Jerry's over move to boycott Israeli settlements? » North Jersey Israeli leaders are asking states including New Jersey to sanction Ben & Jerry’s and its Englewood Cliffs-based parent company after the ice cream maker announced this week that it would no longer d…

Manchin in the middle: West Virginia senator puts his stamp on infrastructure, spending bills » Boston Globe What does Joe Manchin want? The question looms over the delicate negotiations on President Biden’s massive infrastructure package, which enters a crucial phase in the Senate this week, as well as pr…

Provincetown leaders impose stricter mask rules amid COVID-19 case surge » Boston Globe Provincetown officials during an emergency meeting late Sunday afternoon approved a new indoor mask mandate and a measure clearing the way for stricter capacity limits on local businesses amid a surge…

All aboard the ‘Wu Train’ » Politico City Council member Michelle Wu is the pacesetter in the marathon campaign to become Boston’s next mayor.…

Increase in homelessness and need for rental assistance expected with end of CDC eviction moratorium » Boston Herald An unprecedented wave of homelessness is expected to begin in just a week as the CDC’s eviction moratorium is set to expire, experts say, and Boston shelters such as Women’s Lunch Place are alread…

“I was taught about the denial of the right to vote behind the Iron Curtain in Europe,” Moses later said. “I never knew that there was (the) denial of the right to vote behind a Cotton Curtain here in the United States.”

Civil rights activist Robert Parris Moses

Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who was shot at and endured beatings and jail while leading Black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s and later helped improve minority education in math, has died. He was 86.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Pelosi appoints Trump critic Kinzinger to panel scrutinizing Jan. 6 » Boston Globe House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday appointed Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois to the special committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, adding a second Republican who is a forc…

Business

Black business owners in Boston's Seaport look to grow their ranks » Boston Business Journal From his BBQ café in South Boston Maritime Park, Larry Jimerson has watched the Seaport’s high-rise hotels and multi-million-dollar companies rise around him since 2012.…

A Black entrepreneur wanted to find success in the Seaport. Instead she had to go to New York. Her business is taking off » Boston Globe Courtney Blagrove’s oat-milk ice cream is all the rage. She opened her first store over a year ago and landed a national shipping deal. Fans pay tribute with TikTok videos not only to celebrate the …

Getting on board with diversity » MassLive Years before issues of race relations and equity became daily and dominant themes in media, Ron Davis was pushing for more diversity and inclusion at the higher levels of American business.…

In Chelsea, a partnership wrapped in empanada dough » Boston Globe Rosaivette Baez opened her restaurant, Bella Isla Cafe, two months before pandemic shutdowns began. By March of 2020, she had five employees and a bank loan to repay, and federal government aid was in…

Longtime manager at Valley’s first CSA steps down, leads fundraising campaign to buy farm » Gazette Net If there’s one thing Dan Kaplan’s learned about being a farmer, it’s that you have to expect the unexpected.…

State Makes Millions More Available in Aid for Fishing Industry » Vineyard Gazette As the hard-hit Massachusetts fishing industry work to get back on its feet from the pandemic, the state Division of Marine Fisheries announced last week the release of another $23.8 million in CARES …

‘Happy hour’ should change with the times (Editorial) » MassLive A recent poll from MassInc. indicated 70% of Massachusetts residents support ending “happy hour” bans on alcoholic drinks at bars and restaurants.…

Cannabis

State reps gain industry perspective at Bar-Way Farm hemp tour » The Recorder A group of state representatives representing the Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy toured Bar-Way Farm’s hemp field on Friday afternoon for an on-the-ground perspective of the industry.…

Education

Hearing to be held on COVID, kids, and the return to schools » Fox 25 News School districts in Massachusetts know when they’ll be welcoming students back for the 2021-2022 academic year. What they suddenly don’t know is what that year will look like, thanks to the sudden…

Is Mass. Doing Enough to Protect Unvaccinated Kids in Schools? » NBC Boston During an oversight hearing Monday morning at the Museum of Science, Rep. Marjorie Decker and her colleagues on Beacon Hill will hear from doctors, school nurses, public health advisors, and pharmaceu…

Battenfeld: Charlie Baker taking stubborn gamble on school mask policy » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker stubbornly clinging to a plan to let Massachusetts school kids go maskless could backfire if coronavirus cases fueled by the new delta variant continue to skyrocket past this summer…

The national $1.7T student debt crisis is burdening Central Mass. graduates, but finding solvency is complicated » Worcester Business Journal The second Quinsigamond Community College President Luis Pedraja learned the Worcester school would be receiving $9 million in institutional aid from the federal CARES Act funding, he wanted to use a …

Environment

State grant awarded for work to forest trail in Foxboro, Wrentham » The Sun Chronicle The state has announced nearly $4 million in grant funding to support 52 trail projects across the commonwealth as part of the MassTrails Grant Program. The projects include one in the F. Gilbert Stat…

‘We’ve Been Failed Down Here’: Somerset Residents Urge State To Shutter Scrap Metal Operation » WGBH Some people who live by the beach collect sea glass or driftwood. But Nancy Thomas collects crushed car seats and rusted fenders.…

Boston could see a rash of flooding in the coming years from climate change » Boston Globe Boston could see as many as 18 high-tide flooding days in the coming year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted, while renewing its forecast that the number could grow to as m…

Officials warn of fish kill, strange odors in Charles River » AP News Boston-area officials are recommending no swimming, boating and fishing on parts of the Charles River while officials investigate abnormal odors, dead fish and a oil sheen.…

Climate advocates seek 'action' legislation to move beyond road map bill » Berkshire Eagle The Massachusetts climate plan that became law in March, climate advocates say, was a step in the right direction.…

Theoharides Attaches Urgency to Resiliency Spending » State House News Service With temperatures climbing back toward 90 degrees in parts of the state, Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides on Monday pressed the administration's case with senators to be…

Gaming

Massachusetts state representatives approve sports betting » Patriot Ledger The House has overwhelmingly approved a bill to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts, but even before the vote, the question of whether to allow wagers on college sports emerged as a major stickin…

Health Care

Biogen in a bind: The high-stakes fight over Alzheimer’s and what makes a drug worthwhile » Boston Globe The biotech giant won approval for the first new Alzheimer’s treatment since 2003 despite limited evidence it works. The controversy raises complicated questions about medical innovation.…

PerkinElmer spends $5.3B on its fourth acquisition this year » Boston Business Journal Life sciences giant PerkinElmer Inc. (NYSE: PKI) is making yet another acquisition, this time the biggest one in its history, buying San Diego, Calif.-based BioLegend for $5.25 billion in cash and sto…

Human Services

Child-care crisis deepened in Boston during pandemic, report says » Boston Globe The pandemic worsened Boston’s already acute child-care shortage, with lower-income neighborhoods hit the hardest, according to a report by the Boston Opportunity Agenda.…

‘This is not the end’: Advocates reflect on FDA’s ban on the use of electric shock devices used at Judge Rotenberg Center being overturned » MassLive Disability advocates have been fighting the use electric shock devices used at a Massachusetts school for decades. In 2020, advocates felt like they got a win when the U.S. Food and Drug Administratio…

Immigration

Stoking fears of immigrants has been part of the Republican platform for decades. But something is different this time » Boston Globe Donald Trump and the crude, hostile rallying cries against immigrants that powered his rise have vacated the White House — but his message hasn’t gone out of style.…

Judiciary

Biden nominates Rachael Rollins as US Attorney for Massachusetts » Boston Globe President Biden will nominate Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins to be US Attorney from Massachusetts on Monday.…

Biden Picks DA Rollins For Top Federal Prosecutor » State House News Service President Joe Biden on Monday nominated Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins to serve as the state's top federal prosecutor, a historic move that could reshape the U.S. Attorney's office a…

Rollins Among 8 U.S. Attorney Picks By Biden » WBUR President Joe Biden has chosen Suffolk Country District Attorney Rachael Rollins to serve as the next U.S. attorney for Massachusetts.…

Labor

Three disconnects fueling turnover in the Covid-19 era » Boston Business Journal After 14 months of considerable change and uncertainty, the employee-employer dynamic is rapidly evolving, and experts say several schisms have emerged that represent turnover threats during the Covid…

Plan to boost pension payouts for coronavirus workers could cost Massachusetts ‘billions’ » Boston Herald A plan to serve up bonuses to public employees who worked throughout the pandemic will wind up costing taxpayers billions and further strain the state’s already overburdened pension system, watchdog…

Working at an Amazon warehouse is a tough job. It’s the first of many problems facing injured workers » Boston Globe After a bed frame crashed into Dawn Fricker’s back at the Amazon warehouse in Fall River, she fought for two years to get the company to pay her medical bills while out of work with debilitating pai…

Union protesters demand Amherst paraeducators be paid a living wage » MassLive The message during a teachers union rally Saturday to the regional school board was that paraeducators deserve a “living wage” — and that is a human right.…

Legislative

Baker, Legislative Leaders Resume In-Person Monday Meetings » State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic legislative leaders resumed an old tradition on Monday afternoon: they sat down together at the State House to talk public issues and then met with the media afterwar…

Local Government

Housing, education top priorities for Boston ARPA money » Commonwealth Magazine AS AMERICAN RESCUE Plan Act funding begins to flow, Boston is expecting $558.7 million in municipal aid. The sum represents an opportunity to direct the future of the city, and city policymakers have …

Provincetown officials vote for mask mandate after coronavirus cluster surpasses 500 cases » Boston Herald Provincetown officials on Sunday voted for an indoor mask mandate after the Cape Cod town’s coronavirus cluster surpassed 500 cases with a majority of those infected fully vaccinated.…

Politics

Employers are part of get-out-the-vote solution » Commonwealth Magazine HERE’S SOME GOOD NEWS when it comes to expanding access to voting: Massachusetts has a law that requires that employers give their workers two hours of paid time off to make it easier to vote. The …

Geoff Diehl talks Trump and conservative Massachusetts politics » Boston Herald Geoff Diehl is talking about the “elephants in the room” when it comes to his candidacy for governor: Former President Donald Trump and Gov. Charlie Baker.…

Sen. Elizabeth Warren touts infrastructure investment, housing at Falmouth meet and greet » Cape Cod Times Cape Cod can remain a vibrant place to live and work by investing in infrastructure and providing more and cheaper housing to maintain the workforce that is vital to the economy, Sen. Elizabeth Warren…

A Gathering For Trump Fans In Auburn Makes Little Noise, Spawns Small Counter-Protest » WGBH The central Massachusetts town of Auburn was caught in a strange, quiet, tug of war Saturday between right-wing groups and demonstrators gathered to denounce them.…

Essaibi George Wins No. 1 Spot On Boston's Preliminary Mayoral Ballot » WGBH At-Large Councilor Annissa Essaibi George will appear at the top of Boston's preliminary ballot for mayor, making her name the first that voters will see when they make their selections on Sept. 14.…

Divided they stand: 'Refounding Fathers' event in Auburn lures Trump fans, protesters » Worcester Telegram A ‘Refounding Fathers’ event brought a crowd to Auburn Saturday: both attendees who called it a patriotic ‘networking’ event, and protesters who called the organizer, Super Happy Fun America, …

OTR: Gubernatorial candidate Geoff Diehl explains criticism of Charlie Baker, support of Donald Trump » WCVB The former state representative is the first Republican candidate to enter the 2022 governor’s race in Massachusetts.…

Quentin Palfrey, former Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, exploring a bid for Mass. attorney general » Boston Globe Quentin Palfrey, Massachusetts Democrats’ 2018 nominee for lieutenant governor and an attorney who has served in the Biden administration, is forming an exploratory committee for a 2022 attorney gen…

Public Health

Waiting to exhale: COVID-19’s resurgence has many on edge » Boston Globe This is not the worry-free summer many envisioned as recently as Memorial Day, full of long-awaited travel, joyous family reunions, and idyllic evenings in favorite restaurants.…

Provincetown leaders impose stricter mask rules amid COVID-19 case surge » Boston Globe Provincetown officials during an emergency meeting late Sunday afternoon approved a new indoor mask mandate and a measure clearing the way for stricter capacity limits on local businesses amid a surge…

Pittsfield, North Adams among plaintiffs to claim settlements from Sackler payout over opioid crisis. But, how much? » Berkshire Eagle The court document scrolls on the screen like an eternal list of sorrow. The plaintiffs include Flint, Mich., the Navajo Nation, Nantucket, the cities of Holyoke, Fall River and Northampton, Her Majes…

Boston-area coronavirus wastewater tracker shows rise as Massachusetts cases jump: ‘I’m worried’ » Boston Herald The Boston-area coronavirus wastewater tracker is again showing a rise in COVID-19 sewage samples as cases across Massachusetts spike amid the delta variant.…

As VaxMillions drawing nears, doses continue decline » Commonwealth Magazine ONE MASSACHUSETTS adult is about to become $1 million richer when the first VaxMillions winner is pulled on Monday. But despite the trove of cash and scholarships on the line, most eligible residents …

Fauci: New mask guidelines for fully vaccinated people ‘under active consideration’ as coronavirus cases surge » Boston Herald The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation that fully vaccinated Americans don’t need to wear a mask inside could be reversed as COVID-19 cases spike amid the delta variant su…

First VaxMillions drawing set for Monday » Boston Globe Almost 2 million people have signed up for the first drawing in the Massachusetts VaxMillions giveaway, created to encourage residents to get their COVID-19 vaccines, according to a spokesperson for G…

Department of Veterans Affairs requiring all its medical employees to get COVID-19 vaccine » Boston Globe The Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday became the first major federal agency to require health care workers to get COVID-19 vaccines, as the aggressive delta variant spreads and some communities…

‘Going in the wrong direction’ » Commonwealth Magazine THROUGHOUT THE COVID-19 pandemic, two big data points have stood out as indicators of where things stand: The level of infections and sickness and the trendline showing where things are heading. Infec…

Should Massachusetts mandate masks across the state again? » News 22 WWLP.com Infectious disease experts are saying that we are headed in the wrong direction in this pandemic. Hospitals in some parts of the country are again getting slammed with COVID-19 patients.…

Public Safety

The clock may be ticking on Barnstable County Sheriff's Office ICE contract » Cape Cod Times Barnstable County Sheriff James Cummings said this week he has no plans to end an arrangement that allows certain staff at his jail to serve as agents of the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcemen…

Kim Janey remains mum on releasing report on former Boston Police Union president’s child rape charges » Boston Herald The much-anticipated report on the Boston Police Department’s handling of former officer Patrick Rose’s sexual assault allegations is still nowhere to be found, more than a month after Boston Acti…

Unarmed police alternative initiatives picking up steam in Massachusetts » Boston Herald Some Massachusetts communities are moving toward creating unarmed emergency response teams, a move heralded by proponents of police reform — as long as the necessary efforts are made to keep the hea…

State Government

MassHealth employee fired after Facebook posts about Nazis and masks files lawsuit » Boston Herald A former MassHealth employee who says she was fired for her Facebook posts about mask enforcement and her comparisons to Nazi Germany has filed a lawsuit against the state agency.…

Tuesday Hearing Is First Of At Least Five More ARPA Hearings » State House News Service The House and Senate plan at least five more hearings about how to spend close to $5 billion in federal relief funds, with the bulk of the dates after Labor Day, as lawmakers continue to move more slo…

Taxation

Local, state officials talk disproportionate impact of PILOT programs on Western Mass. communities » Athol Daily News Gathered at the top of Mount Sugarloaf Friday morning, local Selectboard members, state senators, representatives and others gathered to talk with state Auditor Suzanne Bump on the impact of the state…

Transportation

I-91 bridge work to begin in Northampton » Gazette Net A four-year project to replace Interstate 91 northbound and southbound bridges over Route 5/ Mount Tom Road at Exit 23, and Hockanum Road a short distance to the north, is getting underway this summer…

Analysts Search For Patterns in Post-Pandemic Traffic » State House News Service While the overall volume of cars on Massachusetts roadways has rebounded to the pre-pandemic crush, travel patterns remain altered and the state's top highway official does not expect a new normal to …

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 7/26

10:00am Commission on Structural Racism in the Massachusetts Parole Process, Virtual Hearing

10:00am Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Public Health, Public Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure, Public Hearing

2:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

5:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

Tuesday - 7/27

10:00am Joint Committee on Judiciary, Public Hearing

10:30am Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Ways & Means, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Financial Services, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Municipalities & Regional Government, Public Hearing

12:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

1:00pm Department of Environmental Protection Public Hearing, Via Zoom

2:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

4:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

7:00pm Millis Roundtable with Congressman Jake Auchincloss, Via Zoom

Wednesday - 7/28

9:30am Joint Committee on Public Service, Public Hearing

10:00am Commission on Structural Racism in the Massachusetts Probation Service, Virtual Hearing

10:00am Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Housing, Public Hearing

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

2:00pm Joint Committee on Transportation, Public Hearing

5:00pm Fundraiser for Boston City Council Candidate and former Rep. Evandro Carvalho

Thursday - 7/29

11:00am Envisioning Equity: Federal Relief for Mass. K-12 Schools hosted by MassBudget, Via Zoom

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm Senate Session, Full Formal Session

4:00pm Racial Inequities in Maternal Health Commission, Virtual Hearing

5:00pm Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Public Hearing

Friday - 7/30

9:00am Board of Elevator Regulations Public Hearing, Division of Professional Licensure, 1000 Washington Street, 1st Floor, Boston

10:00am Executive Office of Health & Human Services Public Hearing, Via Zoom

10:00am Department of Public Health Hearing, Via conference call

10:00am Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

11:00am Special Commission on Facial Recognition, Virtual Hearing

Press Releases

Democrats' submission tactics flourishing on Beacon Hill » MassGOP

NEXT WEEK: Redistricting Committee to Hold Hearings for MA-09 Residents; Additional Language Hearings » Massachusetts Immigration and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

Cat with Chronic Skin Issues Finds Her Home » Animal Rescue League Boston

Join Fenway Health Sunday, September 26 For AIDS Walk & Run Boston, New England’s Longest Running And Largest HIV/AIDS Public Awareness And Fundraising Event » Fenway Health

Worcester Solidarity Day to Support St. Vincent Nurses Planned for Saturday, Sept. 25th as Historic Strike Surpasses 200 Days » Massachusetts Nurses Association

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Becomes First Health Plan in Market to Incorporate Equity Measures Into Its Payment Models » Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

BREAKING: Texas Abortion Ban Returns to Supreme Court   » Planned Parenthood

MA Senate Passes Legislation Addressing Unpaid School Meal Debt » Project Bread - The Walk for Hunger

Statement: Boppy Co. Recalls More Than 3 Million Newborn Loungers After Eight Babies Died » MASSPIRG

Danvers Fire Captain Receives 2021 Fire & Life Safety Educator of the Year Award » MA Department of Fire Services

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Approval of Eight Economic Development Projects Supporting Job Growth and Business Expansion Across Massachusetts » MA Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development

Supervisory Alert Letter: Representment Issue » MA Division of Banks

Baker-Polito Administration Awards Almost $3 Million in Grants to Help Farms Mitigate Impacts of Climate Change » MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Baker-Polito Administration Celebrates 30,000th Greening the Gateway Cities Program Tree Planting » MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Audit Recommends Improvements in Office of the Governor's Oversight of Boards and Commissions » Office of MA State Auditor Suzanne Bump

Massachusetts Weekly Unemployment Claimant Data for the week ending September 18, 2021 » MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

Senator Markey Applauds Biden Administration's Finalization of Major Climate Rule, Limiting Polluting Chemicals Found in Refrigerants » Office of U.S. Senator Ed Markey

StopTCITax and MassVoterID ballot committees » Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance

GBH News Names Executive Editor » GBH News


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