The following are policy frameworks that have been brought to the attention of Senator Brownsberger’s office this week as possible responses to police brutality.
The Senate Working Group on the Federal Shutdown, charged with assessing the impacts of the federal shutdown and developing recommendations to mitigate the impacts on Massachusetts residents, presented its finding and recommendations to members of the Senate today during a Democratic Caucus.
As the Trump administration puts people in place, federal agencies are changing in predictable ways.
Please oppose the health care Bill that just passed in the House and do whatever you can to convince others to do the same. This bill hurts the most vulnerable people–the poor, the elderly, the millions of Americans with pre-existing conditions, and women. This bill is sickeningly sexist, considering things like C-sections and SEXUAL ASSAULT […]
Saw with dismay that the Republicans in Congress voted to allow ISPs to sell customers’ browsing and Internet history data for marketing and other purposes. Is this something that can be checked at the state level, given that we hopefully have somewhat more enlightened leadership in Mass.?
Senator Brownsberger submitted the following written testimony to the Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs. TO: Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs FROM: Senator William N. Brownsberger RE: S1750, Resolutions: Budget for All DATE: July 10, 2013 I am writing in support of S1750, the Budget For All resolution. Resolutions such as this are an […]