Senator Will Brownsberger will host a community discussion on the We the People Act tonight, to examine the pros and cons of proposed legislation and solicit community feedback on the issue of campaign finance reform. WHEN: Monday, January 30 from 6:00 – 7:45 PM WHERE: Honan Branch Library | 300 N. Harvard Street, Allston 02134 If you are unable to […]
Senator Brownsberger joined Jack Sullivan and Bruce Mohl on Commonwealth Magazine’s weekly podcast on politics and policy, The Codcast, to discuss legislative pay increases, which were debated by the House and Senate this week.
Senator Brownsberger appeared on WGBH’s Greater Boston with Jim Braude alongside State Representative Shaunna O’Connell on Tuesday, January 24 to discuss legislative compensation ahead of this week’s House and Senate debates.
The actual legislation that the House and Senate will consider has now been released. Here are a few observations, and a link to a much more in-depth post on this issue that I wrote earlier this week.
The uncomfortable subject of state elected-official compensation has come up. I am likely to need to vote on it sometime soon and I would welcome your thoughts.
In light of the recent implementation of VSIP, I looked back at your post on ERIP in 2015. Could you do a post on the effectiveness of ERIP in 2015, how many employees took advantage of the program per agency, and how VSIP 2016 compares? This is very important information for those who may be […]