Following the conference committee compromise on recreational marijuana, Sen. Brownsberger was featured in a Boston Globe article that considers how criminal records involving marijuana-related offenses should be treated.
I’ve been hearing from people asking me to legalize gun silencers. It’s not something I want to do. To me, it is common sense that making guns quieter will make it easier to get away with murder. Your thoughts?
79th Citizens’ Legislative Seminar – An invitation to learn about the legislative process Senator Brownsberger is seeking nominees to participate in the 79th Citizens’ Legislative Seminar (CLS) to be held October 24 and October 25 at the State House in Boston. CLS is a semi-annual educational seminar geared towards adults of all ages interested in learning […]
We’ve finally reached agreement on a marijuana bill. I hope that most voters will feel that the language improves on what the majority approved last November while fundamentally respecting the majority’s intentions.
Second meeting — same content The next public information meeting regarding the MBTA Symphony Hall Station Project will be held August 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Symphony Plaza, 334 Mass Ave in Boston. Presentation Materials from the 7/26 Public Meeting Available Download pdf First meeting The MBTA has announced the first public meeting to discuss […]
Senator Brownsberger was recently mentioned in a Boston Globe editorial on alimony reform, which is under consideration by the Judiciary Committee the Senator chairs.