Last month the Massachusetts House and Senate voted unanimously to pass the “BRAVE Act,” a bill designed to expand access to services and benefits for veterans and their families. Although the recently enacted Criminal Justice Reform Law generally expanded diversion availability for adults and juveniles, it eliminated some diversion opportunities for veterans otherwise eligible under the VALOR Act. The BRAVE Act restores one of those opportunities, allowing veterans to be considered for veterans diversion if charged with a first offense operating under the influence (OUI).
This event brings together Belmont’s nonprofit and volunteer organizations, Town government and local officials, and new and settled residents in a fully accessible and friendly environment
The non-competition legislation that became law last week is a hard-fought compromise, banning non-competes for lower level workers, limiting them for higher level workers and providing procedural protections to assure that workers know what they are getting into when they sign them.
None of the categories in this blog pertain directly to housing. Given the skyrocketing rents, prices and valuations for homes in this district, why is this not a regular topic of discussion?
We will continue to add communications from the MBTA about the Alewife Garage situation to this post.
Nathalie Hansen, an intern in Senator Brownsberger’s office, prepared the bibliography below.
Sources on the Reliability of Renewable Energy