Please read more about what Senator Brownsberger has learned from the State Police about firearm safety courses here: http://willbrownsberger.com/state-requirements-for-certified-firearm-safety-courses/. Are these requirements sufficient? Please share your thoughts below.
TO: Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture FROM: Senator William N. Brownsberger RE: H826, An Act protecting sunlight in certain public parks DATE: May 7, 2013 I write regarding House 826, the so-called “sunshine” bill. The goal of the legislation is very important — to prevent cherished park lands from becoming shadowy and windy […]
Senator Brownsberger has been corresponding with the State Police to learn more about the requirements for certified firearms safety courses in the Commonwealth and has learned the following: As you can see in the application for certification as a basic firearms safety course instructor, to become a certified course instructor, you must be an instructor […]
To the Honorable Senator Will Brownsberger, In the fall of 2005,I drove from Rockford, Illinois to Columbus, Ohio to testify before the Senate Judiciary Hearings on SB-17, advocating measures eliminating timelines for survivors of childhood trauma. The following is, “My Story,” which was written in about forty-five minutes at the capital’s downtown Kinko’s, at 6:00 […]
Yesterday, the Senate engrossed a bill that would allocate Chapter 90 funding for transportation projects, including repairs to roads and bridges, to support the infrastructure of Massachusetts cities and towns. This $300 million appropriaton reflects a $100 million increase over last year’s $200 million appropriation. The increase would be funded by revenue raised and dedicated by a transportation […]
I have received many expressions of concern about the proposed shipment of ethanol by rail along lines that run through portions of my district. There are several possible routes under consideration. All options run through dense neighborhoods. Click here to view a study that was made of the safety issues by the Massachusetts Department of […]