Last August, I rode a bicycle across the country from Belmont to Anacortes, Washington on the Pacific Coast. It was a big experience and I’ll be talking about it on Saturday, April 14 from 3-5PM at the First Church in Belmont, 404 Concord Avenue.
Senate President Therese Murray addressed the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and laid out elements of the Senate’s approach to economic growth, sounding familiar themes, but also starting a conversation about work force training.
The Senate passed a bill that generally forces greater accountability on utilities for keeping costs down. At the same time, it extends our commitment to transition to more use of renewables in electric power generation.
Even knowing about the tragedy that cost Trayvon Martin his life in Florida, and despite less well publicized shootings where such laws protected assailants, Massachusetts may try to join the trend with its own “stand your ground” legislation. According to the Wellesley Patch, State Sen. Stephen M. Brewer, D-Barre, proposed a stand your ground gun, […]
Senator Brownsberger was pleased to support the application of the Arsenal Center for the Arts for a Massachusetts Cultural Council Facilities Grant. April 3, 2012 Massachusetts Cultural Council Facilities Grant Program 10 St. James Avenue, 3rd floor Boston, MA 02116-3803 I am pleased to write in support of the application of the Arsenal Center for […]
A recent analysis released by the Massachusetts Sentencing Commission reinforces concerns about the prison population impacts of the habitual offender bill.