From MassDOT: To prepare for the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge Replacement Project (Scheduled for July 26 to August 14) MassDOT will be conducting a “Dry Run” of the traffic logistics on I-90 this weekend. This test will reduce the travel lanes on the Turnpike from 4 in each direction to 2 in each direction – from […]
On May 5th, 2017, a meeting of the Massport CAC Aviation Subcommittee was held at Massport. The major topic was an update from Massport and the MIT team working on the previously announced RNAV Study (http://bit.ly/2qaUrTY). John Hansman from MIT’s Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment who is leading the study team provided an update […]
Hi, Will. I don’t hear much these days about noncompete agreements in Mass. Has any progress been made in this area? I suspect not. This piece from yesterday’s NY Times explicitly calls out the difference between us and California.
Please oppose the health care Bill that just passed in the House and do whatever you can to convince others to do the same. This bill hurts the most vulnerable people–the poor, the elderly, the millions of Americans with pre-existing conditions, and women. This bill is sickeningly sexist, considering things like C-sections and SEXUAL ASSAULT […]
Last weekend, the Massachusetts Medical Society endorsed the legalization of safe injection facilities. I am the sponsor of a bill to create a framework for legal operation of these facilities. The bill speaks to a crying need, especially now that fentanyl is on the market being sold as heroin.