The Boston Herald reports that, “An amendment that would have limited the use of non-compete agreements in employee contracts did not make the final version of the state Legislature’s economic development bill. The amendment, written by state Senator William Brownsberger (D-Belmont), would have banned the use of non-competes on hourly employees and provided legal incentives […]
Boston Magazine reports that Employers advocating for the use of non-compete agreements may have claimed a victory this legislative session. After months of public outrage, rallies at the State House, hearings before elected leaders, and a large push from the tech community here in Boston—not to mention support from the City Council—it looks as though […]
Boston Business Journal says, “It looks like noncompetition agreements in their current form aren’t going anywhere in Massachusetts. After an agreement in the House and Senate that effectively leaves noncompete agreement reform out of the state economic development bill.”
In part two of a focus series on growth in Massachusetts, WGBH explores how the need for housing can conflict with the benefits and desire to protect and preserve natural spaces. This 12-minute Greater Boston video (scroll down in the print story) focuses on the 298-unit apartment complex that would be built in Belmont on […]
All residents in the Second Suffolk and Middlesex District are invited to submit a cover letter expressing their interest in being nominated to participate in the 73rd Citizens’ Legislative Seminar (CLS) this fall on Tuesday, October 14 and Wednesday, October 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the State House.
Advocates are concerned that the entire corridor is not being rebuilt under current discussions of the reconstruction of the Allston/Brighton Mass. Pike interchange, leaving the section from Union Square to Harvard Avenue untouched and the intersection with Soldiers Field Road and the River Street Bridge on DCR property in their current dangerous condition.