The Boston Globe details the economic development bill recently signed by Governor Baker, including reforms related to noncompete agreements.
On Massachusetts’ Knee-Jerk Reaction To Safe Injection Sites
Callie Crossley examines Massachusetts’ appetite for supervised injection facilities in “Under the Radar with Callie Crossley” on WGBH.
Lawmakers move to repeal Valor Act
Legislative leaders moved Wednesday to repeal the state’s controversial Valor Act and replace it with a far more narrow measure intended to close loopholes that allowed some veterans to avoid criminal charges, including assaults on women, by citing their military service.
Brownsberger helping Belmont land Community Path money from state
Senator Brownsberger is working closely with the Community Path Implementation Advisory Committee to secure funding from the state for its construction through the Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Improvement Program.
Community service, town celebrations, and a new museum director
Coverage of the 5th Annual Watertown Helps Out Day, for which Senator Brownsberger co-sponsored a cleanup of the Watertown Bike Path with State Representative Jon Hecht, via the Boston Globe
Town Meeting approves amendments to citizens’ petition for a special election to opt out, adding ‘except marijuana retailers’
Voters will now have to decide if they want to allow up to two marijuana retailers only to open in Belmont, via Wicked Local Belmont