From MassDOT: Reminder: Longfellow Bridge Closures and Shuttles Replace Red Line Trains between Park Street and Kendall/MIT over a Series of Weekends Beginning September 29 Bridge Access Maintained for Bus Shuttles, Emergency Vehicles, Bicyclists and Pedestrians Project work is weather dependent Due to the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project, shuttle buses will replace Red Line trains in both […]
The Joint Committee on the Judiciary reported out to the Senate today a broad criminal justice reform package. The bill will likely hit the Senate Floor at some point in October. Please do offer comments and ask questions here — the bill will continue to evolve through the process and I welcome your input.
One of the most difficult conversations we are having in the legislature these days is about how to reduce “solitary confinement” within our prisons. We are working hard to frame legislative measures that will support and encourage the necessary changes.
Hello Senator, I was wondering if the idea that state developed software should be released under free or open source licenses is on the radar at all in the legislature. I.e. have you or your colleagues been exposed to the idea before and if you have what are your thoughts on it? I see that […]
The recent Equifax data breach has many consumers worried about possible identity theft – around three million consumers in Massachusetts may have been affected, out of 143 million nationwide. Here are some steps you can take, and some steps your state legislators are taking, to protect your information. What you can do: Go to www.equifaxsecurity2017.com […]
After school care needs improvement.