The problem in the Bay State is severe enough that Attorney General Maura Healey created the position of student loan ombudsman in her office last month.
The group demands the conviction of all four officers and calls for the prosecution of the police, reopening all past cases of police brutality in MA.
The City Councilor described her campaign positions at the first of monthly press conferences.
A bill has been introduced in the legislature to keep those who follow the Bay State's law on marijuana use from being turned over to federal authorities.
The Trump administration has proposed cutting SNAP by $192 billion over 10 years. But the paper suggests cutting benefits could harm health and raise health care costs.
The federal Department of Labor is proposing a rule that critics say would allow the sale of what some call "junk" health insurance.