Push the US govt. to sign the nuclear weapons ban treaty. No matter which party wins this week.
PANDEMIC PAYDAY: CONNECTED MA CONSULTANTS SECURE LARGE COVID ED CONTRACTS
Baker crony and former BPD commish among recipients of no-bid contracts
BETTER BOSTON ARTS: JULIA CSEKÖ
Ask artists how we would like our work funded
GUEST OPINION: VOTE GREEN
THE VOLUNTEERS: GEN Z AND MILLENNIAL VOLS PUSHING FOR LOCAL CAMPAIGNS
“I certainly don’t believe in Biden’s campaign the way I believed in [Elizabeth Warren’s]."
OUTRANKED: WHO THE HELL IS OPPOSED TO RUNOFF VOTING ANYWAY?
Despite lack of robust opposition, ranked choice advocates have ballot question battle on their hands.
EDITORIAL: FAKE LEFT AND BREAK RIGHT
[W]hen you vote for Biden—whether you “hold your nose” or not when doing it—remember what you’re going to get with the next Democratic administration: a nicer Trump administration.
FOOD JUSTICE EVENTS THIS WEEKEND
Councilor Wu says, “We need to reimagine food justice from the roots up.”
THIS YEAR, THE BAY STATE’S POLITICAL BATTLEFIELD IS THE SEPTEMBER PRIMARY
The results of the Massachusetts primary will tell us a lot about how these fights will unfold, but regardless of the outcome, it is a dynamic almost certain to intensify.
BACKGROUND, RESIDENCE AT ISSUE IN SOMERVILLE RACE FOR OPEN HOUSE SEAT
Katie Wallace is a veteran local campaign organizer who met with each of the candidates shortly after they entered the race. After making the rounds, Wallace said, “I felt confused about some of the things that Erika said that did not make sense to me. I felt that she was not being transparent.”