ACLU’s Legal Intake Line

Senator Brownsberger’s office has received several calls asking how constituents can support families in the Senator’s district impacted by President Trump’s executive order relative to immigrants and refugees. For families seeking legal assistance, the ACLU of Massachusetts’s legal intake line is staffed Monday through Friday from 9-5: 617-482-3170 x100. A letter can also be faxed […]

increasing stipends for foster children

I have heard from DCF workers that stipends for foster children have not increased with inflation, and this causes financial hardship for foster parents. Given the need for foster parents, especially with the strain of the opioid crisis, has there been any discussion about increasing stipends to be more in line with the current costs […]

TONIGHT: Senator Brownsberger to Host ‘We the People Act’ Discussion

Senator Will Brownsberger will host a community discussion on the We the People Act tonight, to examine the pros and cons of proposed legislation and solicit community feedback on the issue of campaign finance reform. WHEN: Monday, January 30 from 6:00 – 7:45 PM WHERE: Honan Branch Library | 300 N. Harvard Street, Allston 02134 If you are unable to […]

Keeping Communities Safe

The events of the last few days make clear that we should expect rapid change, arbitrary harshness and continuing confusion in federal immigration policy.

That makes it essential that Massachusetts define its own clear policies as to the role of local and state criminal justice authorities in enforcing federal immigration policy. That is why I intend to sign on as a cosponsor of the “the Safe Communities Act”.

Senator Brownsberger Announces Summer 2017 Internships

Senator Will Brownsberger has announced that up to four part-time unpaid internships will be available in his State House office to students from the 2nd Suffolk and Middlesex District for the summer of 2017. Internships are open to undergraduate college students and high school students who will have completed their sophomore year. All applicants must […]