MIRA Coalition will host the virtual event
OPINION: MASS RENT CONTROL HEARING TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 11 A.M.
Legislature's Housing Committee Seeks Public Testimony
STATE WIRE: MASS HOUSE REJECTS HIGHER TAXES ON WEALTHY
"Investing in those things is going to require additional revenue."
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.”
STANDOFF AT THE GATE: HONG KONG PROTESTS SPILL INTO BOSTON, RIGHT DOWN TO THE HARASSMENT OF ACTIVISTS
The heckler returned soon after, and as the rally drew to a close, he lingered nearby, closely watching Hui and her posse of volunteers and organizers. When she began to leave the scene, he stayed on her tail, continuing his shout, “Hong Kong belongs to China!”
GEORGE CRONIN (1937—2019)
Mass has lost an incredible guy and one of the state’s great institutional memories
THE KID FROM HAVERHILL
Andy Vargas, the first Latino state rep from Haverhill, aims to be the kind of elected role model he couldn’t find as a kid
STOP THE ELECTRIC SCOOTER SCAM
ROE AHEAD: GROUPS BOOST MODEL FOR WHAT REPRODUCTIVE CARE ACCESS SHOULD LOOK LIKE
"In Massachusetts we not only have to protect that care for the people … but we also have to serve as a model for what access to care should look like for the rest of the nation.”
‘WE NEED TO PUT OUR MONEY THERE AND NOT ON PROSECUTION’
State Rep.-elect Nika Elugardo knows the dangers of illegal drug trade. "It creates violence, it perpetuates poverty, you see thousands of dollars going through in plastic baggies and meanwhile our water is getting cut off."