Massachusetts has new rules to restrict the use of pesticides
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It’s the second time in less than a year that progressives have been dealt a bitter defeat in a crowded primary race.
“Make no mistake; as I carry forward during my final term, I am all in."
Fragmented Massachusetts system makes for confusion and uncertainty and impedes access
The story of a former Massachusetts statie whose career was “submarined”—told here 20 years later—reflects the struggles progressive and Black cops still face in a corrupt department that eschews reform
Even as the pandemic rages in prisons, vaccines and masks are seen as “a sign of weakness”
Some who are civilly committed for addiction in Mass face abusive prison conditions. Still, some families say it’s better than the alternative
"When you talk about building new prisons, you are putting out the message that those of us that live in these communities that you are intending future generations to be in those beds”
"Since the start of the pandemic, we've made decisions based on science and data. The data right now tells us things are moving in the right direction," said Mayor Walsh.
“Several alumni of color and BLA alumni have experienced discrimination and other offenses.”