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Bill sponsors, Framingham mayor, and MA district attorney will explain the Work & Family Mobility Act at a press conference.
If the bill is passed, Massachsuetts would join 10 other jurisdictions across the country that have authorized medical aid in dying.
“Menstrual care is often one of the first things that a family will forego.”
The bill aims to reduce the fear experienced by immigrants on a regular basis.
Environmental justice and climate change advocates are pushing for its passage.
According to officials, the act is a step toward environmental protection and the preservation of public health.
[W]e’re asking all journalists, journalism educators, journalism students, media reform activists, and DigBoston readers who agree that the state journalism commission should be created to call your Mass state senator today and ask him/her to tell Sens. Eric Lesser (D - Longmeadow), Michael Rodrigues (D - Somerset), and Patrick O'Connor (D - Weymouth), who are on the conference committee, to keep the journalism commission in the final economic development bill.
[W]e’re asking all readers who are concerned about the collapse of local news media to contact your state representative and ask them to cosponsor Amendment #40 of H. 4879. The more cosponsors the amendment has, the more likely House Ways and Means will pass it. If that happens it has a good chance of making it through the full legislative process for this session. And becoming a law. Which would be a promising outcome for the future of local news in the Commonwealth.
MA Bill Aims to Stop People from Losing Their Homes During Outbreak