We almost lost a talented and dedicated public servant to the wilds of Washington. Although I am personally pleased that Will’s will will continue to be done in the State House, I can also see why moving up the ladder would pay great benefits to all of us. As we speak, the GOP is relentlessly […]
At the start of 2013, we made a number changes to the website. The goals of the changes are (1) to make it easier for people to find what they are looking for; (2) to make it easier for people to give us feedback and raise issues. Let us know how we can do better!
The next couple of years in state government will be challenging and fascinating and I appreciate the opportunity to serve as your state senator.
Last August, I rode a bicycle across the country from Belmont to Anacortes, Washington on the Pacific Coast. It was a big experience and I’ll be talking about it on Saturday, April 14 from 3-5PM at the First Church in Belmont, 404 Concord Avenue.
Even knowing about the tragedy that cost Trayvon Martin his life in Florida, and despite less well publicized shootings where such laws protected assailants, Massachusetts may try to join the trend with its own “stand your ground” legislation. According to the Wellesley Patch, State Sen. Stephen M. Brewer, D-Barre, proposed a stand your ground gun, […]
Will, I’ve been meaning to write and thank you for working to tighten rules for prescription pain medication. As a social worker, I have encountered tragic situations of families ruined by prescription drug addiction. Most poignant was a juvenile court investigation for a family involved with DCF. The mother was getting monthly prescriptions for her […]