The Senate passed three bills to address contributing factors of climate change, act against global warming, and move towards clean energy.
This bill ensures that Massachusetts schools electing to provide their students with sex education use age-appropriate and medically accurate curriculum.
This bill would provide breakfast after, as oppose to before, the school day begins for qualifying schools.
Both bills now move to the House for further consideration.
The Senate voted unanimously to ban certain toxic chemical flame retardants from children’s products, including toys and nap mats, as well as in upholstered furniture, window dressings, carpeting, and bedding made or sold in the state.
We are headed into budget season in the legislature – the part of the legislative cycle that is hardest to manage in an orderly and transparent way.