“It’s important to have someone as a community organizer who has been affected by incarceration.”
A documentary about the impact that a lack of effective pandemic protocol has had on the Bay State
“The remedy is not working. Jail populations are actually higher now than the second week of April."
No one serving a life without parole sentence has been granted a commutation since 1997
“This call for releases is not the advocacy community trying to capitalize on an opportunity to decarcerate … Prison health care is already overstressed and a lack of response will absolutely kill people.”
Now records we have received from Healey’s shed light on why her office may be avoiding the issue—her office is also guilty of the same kind of questionable social media management.
My point is to draw a comparison between the horse-race repetition and robotic uniformity of the kind of trash commercial bigs, from putrid right-wing radio to elitist broadsheets like the Post, reported out of New Hampshire this week, and the unique features that our squad produced.
“Right now, we just don’t know what to do with nuclear waste. It lasts 100,000 years ... It’s shockingly toxic. We’re going to have to figure out what to do with that waste for sure. I mean, 100,000 years."
I attended three carefully chosen events with three separate candidates over the course of 24 hours: Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders. All three candidates stood out for me because they have been more actively courting the disability vote, as compared to their peers in the candidate pool.
“I know his polling numbers are low. My hope is as time goes on he’s able to build some momentum and potentially be a viable candidate."