Bill improves access to evidence-based treatment and expands education and prevention efforts
There are more than 130,000 people in our state with Alzheimer’s disease supported by 337,000 family caregivers, and that number is growing. Alzheimer’s is a true public health crisis.
The FY19 budget targets local aid, education and the opioid epidemic while supporting communities, strengthening the workforce and protecting our most vulnerable residents.
The only thing more tragic than the killing of the Weymouth police officer and a bye stander by a high or deranged suspect with the police officer’s handgun this past weekend is the fact the these deaths could have been prevented by “smart gun technology” if the commonwealth required police departments to use this technology […]
You were quoted in a recent Globe article about not being in favor of the permanent sales tax holiday included in the grand bargain. Glad to hear you’re maintaining your long-help skepticism/opposition. You also said you wouldn’t let that prevent you from voting for the grand bargain as a whole. Fair enough. Still, if there’s […]
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is hosting two Public Meetings for the Commonwealth Ave Bridge Replacement Project, on July 17 and 18.