Four neighborhood meetings will be held throughout the Boston area this fall, hosted in partnership with local dance organizations as part of Dance Counts, an initiative to better understand and connect the Boston-area dance community. We need YOU to show that Dance Counts!
Join MASSCreative for an Arts for All gathering in Springfield, Worcester, or Boston. Together with Arts|Learning, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Boston Public Schools, we’re working to establish arts education as integral to every school district’s curriculum. Help us shape our plan on how we can best advocate for quality arts education and youth arts programs for each student in Massachusetts.
A committee of Senators has been working to develop legislation in response to the current wave of opioid drug use. Perhaps the most innovative and possibly controversial concept in the legislation is to verbally screen middle-school and high school students for substance abuse. Your thoughts on this proposed program or any aspect of the legislation would be very welcome.
Senator Brownsberger has recently submitted the testimony in this post on S.1117, An Act relative to bicycle safety. The bill would encourage reflective clothing for bicyclists and would mandate use of bicycle helmets.
Senator Brownsberger has recently submitted the testimony in this post on H.3383, An Act relative to the digital right to repair. He supports the bill, which would require manufacturers of digital electronic products to make parts, tools, diagnostic equipment and repair information available to anyone at a fair and reasonable cost.
Senator Brownsberger has recently submitted the testimony in this post on S.1989, An Act relative to vehicle recalls. He supports the bill, which would require notification to drivers of all outstanding manufacturer recalls at the time of annual inspection.