The bill would extend unemployment benefits for locked out National Grid workers for up to 26 additional weeks, or until workers are no longer locked out, whichever comes first.
When the going gets tough, you see what people are made of. I liked a lot of what I saw this year in the legislature and I got closer to my colleagues as we shared difficult choices.
It has already been a significant legislative session, but the next few weeks have the potential to make it a block buster.
As members of the Senate, we want to say to victims, staff, and all whose lives were affected: We are sorry for what you have been through. You deserved better. We must do better.
Today, the Senate Ethics Committee released its investigate report and recommendations regarding the conduct of Senator Rosenberg.
What’s the most important thing you heard (or read) anyone from Massachusetts say?