I’m a resident of Arlington and a divorced father of two children, now 10 and 13. There is a bill now before the Judiciary committee H1400, and a senate version S1569. This bill would create a rebuttable presumption of shared child custody in cases of divorce. This bill is very important to me, and to […]
Gambling, health care cost control, further pension reform – these are the major issues that the legislature is likely to address this fall after we resolve the Kennedy succession. The theme? Continued financial pressure.
This is a question from the former director of public art in Cambridge: might you support state funding for the arts through a one-percent-for-art law, by which one percent of capital funding for a particular building project goes to a site-relevant public art work?
I am writing to ask you to contact the Judiciary Committee before their hearing on July 14th to express your support for two bills that protect sexual health services and opposition to two bills which are hostile to these services.
Will, thank you for testifying for S58, the anti-human trafficking bill filed by Sen. Mark Montigny, and for cosponsoring the bill. Human trafficking, which is the crime of buying and selling human beings, typically into servitude or prostitution, occurs everywhere in the world (www.polarisproject.org). There are victims here in Massachusetts.
As a constituent, I appreciate the opportunity to comment here on the pending “ethics” legislation.