The bill would require the replacement of lead service lines, the largest single source of lead in drinking water, to schools and daycare centers, and installation of filters on taps and fountains.
From the guy that brings you Apparent Horizon
The rich and powerful interests that control Massachusetts politics and the state economy have their fingers in every conceivable pie. So numerous are their projects that it’s difficult for most news outlets to keep track of them, let alone cover them ...
It is through small decisions like this, town by town, that our police departments are slowly changing to look less like the people they serve, and more like occupying armies.
9/14/17 UMB rally protestors
UMass Boston prof criticizes move to balance budget by cancelling courses
The following speech was given at a Sept. 14 rally at UMass Boston in support of the release of a new report by the Coalition ...
"I think [the proposed bill] makes perfect sense... I’m confused how it’s named ‘Yawkey’ anyway, in light of what we know about him.”
A public conversation about transit infrastructure
A visual essay on public transportation infrastructure and priorities in Greater Boston
The advocates at Progressive Massachusetts have an actionable list of promising bills broken down into four categories: Infrastructure and Environment; Shared Prosperity; Racial and Social Justice; Good Government.
On exploitation and asbestos (plus solutions)
Will campus advocates spark a rebellion for proper funding or cling to failed politics as usual?