We are working on legislation to prohibit discrimination based on sexual-orientation or trans identity in higher education admissions.
Senator Will Brownsberger has announced that 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 2019.
A recent Boston Globe Spotlight story highlighted the court system’s use of clerk magistrates to oversee show cause hearings, closed-door proceedings in which clerk magistrates determine whether to press forward with charges against an individual, raising concerns about transparency and equity in the judicial process.
As a result of the recent increase in the age of juvenile court jurisdiction at the lower end to 12 for purposes of adjudicating juvenile delinquency, Senator Brownsberger’s office has received a number of inquiries as to how the court system, a school system, or other entities might respond to problematic behaviors by a child under the age of 12.
Nathalie Hansen, an intern in Senator Brownsberger’s office, prepared the bibliography below.
Sources on the Reliability of Renewable Energy
The legislature recognizes the need for possible changes in the guardianship system — both to make guardians more available when needed and to improve the quality of guardianship which is uneven. We have proposed a formal study of the situation.