The Cape Cod Congressman said President Trump’s executive order will feed the threat of homegrown extremists.
The Democrat said in a tweet Monday that Trump’s actions are unconstitutional and harmful to Massachusetts.
After several months of delay, a working group finally met for the first time Monday night about the “Rattlesnake Island” proposal.
Gonzalez, who announced his campaign for governor on Monday, has a similar resume to Baker.
Lawmakers and Baker agreed to a six-month delay, postponing the date by which the first retail licenses may be issued to July 2018.
During the campaign, Baker said repeatedly that Trump does not have the “temperament or the seriousness of purpose” to be president.
Massachusetts residents have already been dialing into elected officials to give feedback about the legislation that would cost $18 million.
Taxpayers would be funding these pay increases that could cost up to $18-million each year.
If approved, the bill would place many criminals between age 18 and 21 in juvenile facilities, rather than adult prisons.
A Mass. sheriff’s controversial offer of inmate labor to help with President Trump’s plan to build a wall has encountered pushback.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker is facing his first official Democratic challenger in next year’s governor’s race.
A Baker spokesman said he believes the federal government should focus on improving the existing techniques.
Baker said in a statement, “Now is not the time to expend additional funds on elected officials’ salaries.”
Legislators are voting on whether or not to increase their own pay, but should they be?
The Longmeadow Democrat says that a high-speed rail link between Springfield and Boston would bring much-needed jobs to our region.
More than 20 state lawmakers were in Chicopee on Friday morning, to hear from staff volunteers and clients of human service agencies.
Trump signed an executive order instructing federal agencies to cut federal grants for immigrant-protecting “sanctuary cities.”
With veto-proof majorities in both branches backing the bill, the pay raises are all but assured to go through.
Baker’s plan includes an assessment on certain employers without at least 80 percent of their workers covered by employer-sponsored health c…
Activists who successfully pushed lawmakers to raise the minimum wage in 2014 law are coming back to the Legislature for further increases t…