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10:00am Executive Office of Health & Human Services Public Hearing, Via WebEx

10:00am Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development, Public Hearing

12:00pm "Ask the Mayor" with Mayor Marty Walsh on WGBH's Boston Public Radio, 89.7 FM or wgbhnews.org

12:00pm Conversation on PPE Manufacturing with Pia Kumar, Co-Owner of Universal Plastics, hosted by Sen. Eric Lesser, Facebook/Twitter

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Must-Reads

New House panels to focus on economic recovery, childcare » Commonwealth Magazine DeLeo said he would prefer to see the Legislature pass a “one-twelfth budget” for July – an interim spending plan that continues current funding levels for a month while lawmakers hammer out a f…

Day care reopening may exclude infants » Boston Globe As they develop health and safety protocols to reopen child-care centers amid the coronavirus pandemic, state regulators are considering an extreme measure — barring infants.…

MBTA says it will try to keep crowding down but won’t strictly enforce limits » Boston Globe The MBTA said Thursday that it will try to keep its vehicles less than half full in a bid to keep crowding down, but does not plan to strictly enforce ridership limits as commuters return to work and …

THERE WILL BE NO ELECTION IF THINGS KEEP GOING THE WAY THEY’RE GOING”: AFTER PREDICTING 2016, MICHAEL MOORE FEARS TRUMP WILL MESS WITH 2020 » Vanity Fair “The Democratic establishment ditched Biden back in January, when he was losing everything so badly. What’d they do? They changed the debate rules to let [Michael] Bloomberg in. They were so despe…

OPINION: What Liberals Don’t Get About Trump Supporters and Pop Culture » Politico The president has favorably likened himself to the vile Captain Bligh of Mutiny on the Bounty. He earnestly approved a scene from “Curb Your Enthusiasm” that otherwise mocks the MAGA phenomenon as…

Dark-money group smears Valerie Plame with ‘white supremacist’ label » Washington Post Has there ever been an attack ad as negative as this one? It literally has swastikas superimposed over Plame’s eyes, with images of her alleged “white supremacists friends” marching in Charlotte…

Trump bashes Michigan AG after she calls him ‘a petulant child’ for refusing to wear mask » Washington Post “He is a ridiculous person and I am ashamed to have him be president of the United States of America,” she said. “I hope that the voters of Michigan will remember this when November comes. That …

The Presidential Race Florida Is Really Talking About » Politico In the South’s biggest battleground, it’s already 2024, and the backstabbing and money-grabbing have already begun.…

Trump lashes out at scientists whose findings contradict him » AP News He offered similar pushback Thursday to a new study from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. It found that more than 61% of COVID-19 infections and 55% of reported deaths — near…

Reporting Bill Stays in Legislature; Baker Gets UI Bill » State House News Service With two COVID-19 bills on the Legislature's plate Thursday, only one dealing with the unemployment insurance system traversed the final mile to the governor's desk before both chambers broke for Memo…

Antimalarial drug touted by President Trump is linked to increased risk of death in coronavirus patients, study says » Washington Post The study, published Friday in the medical journal the Lancet, is the largest analysis to date of the risks and benefits of treating covid-19 patients with antimalarial drugs. It is based on a retrosp…

2020's newest swing voters: Zoom moms » Axios Zoom moms could be to this year's campaigns what soccer moms were in 1996 and security moms were after 9/11.…

Tom Brady tarnishing his legacy with TB12′s misleading ‘immune supplement’ during coronavirus pandemic » The Republican Brady’s new $45 per month supplement doesn’t cure coronavirus or protect anyone from it. He doesn’t directly say it does either. But Protect, the new supplement from TB12 that Brady is promoting…

How COVID-19 Is Impacting Other State Legislatures » blog.instatrac.com While our focus is obviously on the legislative activity of the Massachusetts General Court, you might wonder what’s going on around the country. What are our colleagues in other states experiencing…

"Zoom moms could be to this year's campaigns what soccer moms were in 1996 and security moms were after 9/11."

Margaret Talev and Alexi McCammond, politics editors at Axios

Campaigns are looking to equip women on zoom to do more organizing and persuasion in their networks.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Opinion: Stacey Abrams preposterous potential VP candidate » Boston Herald Stacey Abrams has another distinction to add to her resume — she’s among the most preposterous potential vice-presidential candidates ever.…

Opinion: How Biden could be handing election to Trump » Boston Herald In national polling, former vice president Joe Biden is the clear 2020 front-runner. He’s up nearly 5 points in the RealClearPolitics polling average; he’s up in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida a…

Business

Hair cutters are back in business » Newburyport News Phones have been ringing off the hook and email boxes flooding with messages at area hair salons and barbershops since Gov. Charlie Baker announced that those personal health services will be back in …

Massachusetts gym fined $300 for opening early amid coronavirus pandemic, another gym also reopens » Boston Herald The Oxford gym owner who ignored Gov. Charlie Baker’s ban on fitness studios and opened up this week has been fined $300, while a Cape Cod gym owner has followed his lead and also reopened early ami…

Salons, barbershops grapple with reopening rules, while others in the beauty industry wait » Boston Globe Among the shaggy-headed masses, there was a collective sigh of relief when Governor Charlie Baker gave hair salons and barbershops the go-ahead to resume business on May 25 in the state’s first phas…

Murray: Buy local to help small businesses survive » Worcester Telegram One long-term after-effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic disruption could be a heightened interest in shopping locally, Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce head Timothy Murray suggested…

How the fastest-growing private companies in Mass. are dealing with the pandemic » Boston Business Journal Although current events have caused us to postpone our annual Fast 50 event until later this year, we have profiled a handful of this year’s companies in order to share their growth stories and how …

Will the 413 Look South as the Nutmeg State Begins to Stir? » Western Mass Politics and Insight In the retail flats of this Constitution State border town, life has begun to come back. Two months after he closed stores and restaurants to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, Connecticut Gov…

Take 5 with Chris Gasper: Throw a flag for delay of games in Gov. Baker's coronavirus reopening plan » WCVB Governors in other hard-hit states have publicly and definitively blessed the resumption of sports while Baker sits on the sidelines.…

Mass. reopening plan places gyms in phase 3 while big box stores pack people inside: ‘They’re not even giving us an opportunity' » The Republican In late February, the coronavirus registered on Bill Najam’s radar. Before Massachusetts confirmed its first case of COVID-19, the general manager and founder of Lynx Fitness in Boston began prepari…

Mark Blazis: State's sportsman clubs given greenlight to reopen » Worcester Telegram By Mark Blazis, Correspondent May 21, 2020 at 5:14 PM May 21, 2020 at 5:43 PM Phase 1 of the state’s reopening began Monday. Some area sportsman’s clubs received messages from Gov. Charlie Baker…

Top editor at the Boston Herald leaves job » Boston Business Journal Jules Crittenden, the Boston Herald’s managing editor and one of the daily newspaper's last longtime journalists, left his role at the company on Thursday.…

Kripalu to lay off 450, shut down until 2021 » Berkshire Eagle The Berkshire economy absorbed another shock Thursday when one of South County's largest employers announced that it will lay off 90 percent of its almost 500 employees next month.…

Cape Cod's seasonal businesses brace for muted season » Boston Business Journal Cape Cod business and civic leaders are preparing for a muted summer season that starts later than normal as the state continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.…

Boston museums may reopen soon, but will the experience be ‘diminished’? » Boston Globe In China, Korea, and Germany, they started in April. In Belgium and Austria, in May. In Italy, just this week. And in Connecticut — Connecticut! — the first of them will open Saturday, in time for…

Cannabis

Berkshire Cannabis Dispensaries Reopen For Recreational Sales Monday » WAMC As Massachusetts begins to follow Governor Charlie Baker’s reopening plan, marijuana dispensaries in Berkshire County are returning to recreational sales for the first time in two months.…

Education

Audit flags prevailing wage record-keeping on UMass Building Authority projects » Gazette Net Some workers handling public projects overseen by the University of Massachusetts Building Authority, including construction at the Isenberg School of Management on the UMass Amherst campus, may not h…

With a health check-in app, masks, and tests, MIT pilots safety measures for reopening labs » Boston Globe A small cadre of MIT’s researchers are beginning to test what could become daily practices at the university as it tries to reopen the campus to faculty and students amid the coronavirus pandemic.…

Boston high school seniors to graduate in virtual ceremony broadcast on TV » Boston Herald Graduating seniors of Boston Public Schools will be honored in a televised graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 13, Mayor Martin Walsh and Superintendent Brenda Cassellius announced Thursday.…

Maura Healey, other AGs file legal brief supporting Harvard admissions policies » Boston Globe Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and her counterparts in more than a dozen states filed a friend of the court brief Thursday supporting Harvard University’s consideration of race in admis…

Framingham State postpones commencement to 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak » The Metro West Daily News Framingham State President F. Javier Cevallos previously said the university had hoped to hold an in-person ceremony during the summer. But based on guidance from state officials, officials later deem…

Pandemic Exposes Equity, Access Gaps in Distance Learning » Governing As schools rapidly transition to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis, there's growing evidence that poor planning coupled with insufficient tech resources have diminished K-12 education for som…

Boston University Prepares To Test Students, Faculty And Staff For Coronavirus » WBUR Boston University is preparing to test students, faculty and staff for the coronavirus.…

Environment

Mask tan lines, here we come: Mass. beaches open in age of coronavirus » Boston Globe Come Memorial Day, a slate of new rules and regulations hit Massachusetts beaches, promising to dramatically change sun-worshiping at the unofficial start of the first coronavirus summer.…

Howie Carr: Bottle bill all bottled up in pandemic panic » Boston Herald Comrades, you are hereby ordered to keep piling up those empty cans and bottles in the garage or the mudroom or wherever, because the Reich is in no hurry to reopen the vast majority of redemption cen…

Federal

Kennedy calls for COVID-19 essential workers’ fund to give at least $250,000 to families of workers lost to disease » Boston Globe Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III wants to create a fund to compensate essential workers for financial losses incurred after falling ill from COVID-19, and offer death benefits to the families of w…

Rep. Richard Neal calls mail delivery ‘essential service’, calls on Congress to pass emergency funding for US Postal Service » The Republican The men and women of the U.S. Postal Service have never ceased delivering mail under trying circumstances, and for that reason U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal stopped in Springfield to deliver his support f…

Kennedy: $3 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Is Still Needed Despite Reopenings » CBS Boston Congressman Joe Kennedy spoke with WBZ-TV’s Liam Martin about his campaign for U.S. senator.…

Gaming

Report: Wynn Resorts made ‘sincere commitment’ to improve policies after sexual misconduct allegations » Boston Globe But investigators hired by the gaming commission also said there is internal frustration over the financial performance of the Encore casino.…

Massachusetts On Track To Lag Connecticut Casino Reopenings » New England Public Radio Competitor casinos in Connecticut are readying themselves for a June 1 reopening. But an early July reopening is likely the best case scenario for Massachusetts gambling centers, which have been close…

Health Care

UMass Memorial lost up to $70M in March, April » Worcester Business Journal The coronavirus pandemic has been an unprecedented challenge for UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, and not just in terms of caring for hundreds of stricken patients.…

37% of nursing homes non-compliant » Commonwealth Magazine MORE THAN A THIRD of the state’s 360 nursing homes failed to pass an initial 28-point infection control inspection, most of them because they were not in compliance with at least one of six core req…

Fear Vs. Need For Care: How Fast Will Patients Come Back? » WBUR As doctors, nurses and physician assistants open appointments for non-urgent care, the big question is: will patients come back and how fast?…

Old Idea, New Desperation: Can Plasma From Recovered Patients Help Those Now Battling COVID-19? » WBUR Lying in a COVID-19 intensive care unit bed, hooked up to a half-dozen tubes and wires, his lungs so ravaged by the virus he needed a ventilator to help him breathe, Dr. Nicolaos Athienites did the ma…

Housing

Housing Authorities Play Integral Role In Keeping People Stable, Fed During Pandemic » WBUR Right now Ashley Carrasquillo is more than mother to her 6-year-old daughter. She's a home school teacher. And she's a reassuring presence, as the single mom and daughter settle into a new apartment i…

Human Services

Keeping the connection: Day programs offer online support for children, young adults with disabilities » Gazette Net Max Callahan, a 20-year-old Pelham resident with autism, has a busier social life now than he had before the COVID-19 pandemic.…

More face hunger in Mass. as overwhelmed food pantries close » Boston Globe As the pandemic stretches into its third month, more people in Massachusetts are going hungry. Meanwhile, overwhelmed food pantries are closing and food-distribution networks are in dire need of suppo…

Labor

2.4 million more Americans file unemployment claims as pandemic’s economic toll grows » Boston Globe More than 2.4 million people applied for US unemployment benefits last week after the latest wave of layoffs from the viral outbreak that triggered widespread business shutdowns two months ago and sen…

For workers over 65, nothing says you’re old like a stay-at-home advisory » Boston Globe If you’re a worker over 65, nothing says you’re old like a state advisory exhorting you to stay home as Massachusetts begins to loosen its lockdown and reopen for business.…

Do people really get more work done at home? » Boston Globe The work-from-home lifestyle eliminates the need for a necktie, uncomfortable shoes, and a stressful commute. It nixes those meetings that you get dragged into because you happened to be looking un-bu…

Concerns About Workplace Safety? Mass. AG Touts COVID-19 Hotline For That » New England Public Radio The Massachusetts Attorney General's office has launched a hotline for employees to report unsafe working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.…

38,000 New Unemployment Claims Were Filed In Mass. Last Week » WBUR Newly released data from the U.S. Labor Department show more than 38,000 Massachusetts residents filed initial unemployment claims last week.…

Legislative

DeLeo Flags Focus Areas: Child Care, Restaurants, Liability » State House News Service With his agenda abruptly upended in March by the arrival of the coronavirus, House Speaker Robert DeLeo on Thursday outlined in a speech to business leaders steps the House would take to refocus lawma…

Podcast: Sen. Diana DiZoglio Wants More Legislative Input into Baker Business Reopening Plans » With legislation moving forward in the state Senate to help businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, state Sen. Diana DiZoglio says she and other legislators felt cut out of Gov. Charlie Baker’…

DeLeo plans to prioritize transportation, budget, small business » Boston Globe House Speaker Robert DeLeo spelled out a to-do list for the Legislature as the state rebounds from COVID-19 that included more transportation revenue, shoring up the state’s shaky finances, and boos…

Local Government

New Swampscott emergency order stricter than state guidelines » Lynn Daily News Item The Select Board and Board of Health have passed a new emergency order for Swampscott residents.…

Coronavirus in Boston: Marty Walsh says pandemic could last ‘8 months’ as he rolls out restaurant, small business aid » Boston Herald Boston is paving the way for restaurants to use more outdoor seating as eateries look to welcome back customers amid a pandemic Mayor Martin Walsh said could linger for several months more.…

Mayor cites ‘dire revenue picture’ in new budget » Gazette Net Mayor David Narkewicz has unveiled a $117 million budget for fiscal 2021, a spending plan that calls for cutting 20 full- and part-time positions as the city grapples with the financial strain brought…

Barnstable County suspends AmeriCorps program » Cape Cod Times The AmeriCorps Cape Cod program is another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic, at least until fall. But whether coronavirus infection among members influenced the decision is unclear.…

Mitchell announces stricter reopening guidelines than state in two areas » South Coast Today At a press conference Wednesday Mayor Jon Mitchell announced that the city would follow Gov. Charlie Baker’s guidelines for the first phase of reopening, with some variations when it comes to indust…

Billerica selectmen discuss reopening » Lowell Sun With an eye on the light at the end of the tunnel, the Board of Selectmen discussed ways to help local businesses reopen after the COVID-19 lockdown.…

'Open up My Town': West Boylston police chief tells Worcester DPH in an email » Worcester Telegram A doctor who serves on the town's Board of Health is requesting selectmen take action after Police Chief Dennis Minnich Sr. sent an email that appears to threaten health officials looking to enforce G…

Area libraries outline gradual reopening amid pandemic » Worcester Telegram Put out of circulation since March, library officials in the region are finalizing plans to reopen amid Gov. Charlie Baker’s phased plan for nonessential organizations and companies to resume busine…

Somerville announces local phase one reopening schedule » Wicked Local Somerville After Gov. Charlie Baker shared his phased reopening plan on May 18, Somerville announced it would follow a more cautious phased plan. On May 21, officials shared that plan.…

‘A recession that may take years to recover from’: Due to coronavirus crisis, Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz introduces budget cuts and layoffs » The Republican The city of Northampton was expected to get an influx of revenue earlier this year after residents, by a substantial margin, passed a $2.5 million property tax overhaul on March 3. Just a week later, …

A park, a playground, and a steeple among Dot projects to get CPA help » Dorchester Reporter A new park next to Talbot Avenue station, a playground adjacent to the Henderson School, and extensive repairs to the steeple at Codman Square’s Second Church lead the latest round of Community Pres…

Politics

GOP Adviser Not Happy That Unusually High Falmouth Turnout Helped Put Cape Democrat Over the Top in State Senate Election » New Boston Post State Senator-elect Susan Moran (D-Falmouth) lost four of the six towns in the Plymouth & Barnstable District special election this week, but she took the town with the biggest turnout by a wide margi…

Elizabeth Warren releases 2019 tax return, other financial disclosures » Boston Globe Senator Elizabeth Warren and her husband, Bruce Mann, made about $745,000 last year as she was running for president, according to financial documents she released on Thursday afternoon.…

Western Massachusetts House seat to be vacant soon » News 22 WWLP.com Parts of western Massachusetts will soon lack representation in the House, and it seems as though no effort is being made right now to fill the vacancy.…

Election 2020: Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts endorse Rep. Joe Kennedy III in bid for Sen. Ed Markey’s seat » The Republican The Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts on Thursday endorsed U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III in his bid for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Ed Markey.…

Public Health

Reopening Massachusetts too quickly from coronavirus will cost lives: Ayanna Pressley » Boston Herald U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley is doubling down on her criticism of Gov. Charlie Baker’s reopening plan, stressing that moving too quickly will cost lives and scare customers from returning to hard-hit s…

America is driving blind on coronavirus testing » Boston Globe Trump has boasted that the United States has conducted more tests than any other country. While true, it’s also irrelevant.…

Opinion: All the (other) ways Trump imperils our health » Boston Globe The administration’s indifference to public health and safety pre-dates the coronavirus, and the peril to American lives will continue — unless an electoral cure can be found.…

As Mass. slowly starts to reopen, Mayor Walsh urges vigilance, says pandemic battle could last a year » Boston Globe Memorial Day weekend has long been something to look forward to: a weekend away, or an afternoon by the grill. But in the early days of the state’s slow reemergence from a monthslong lockdown, Bosto…

Lawrence, a COVID-19 hot spot, ramps up testing of residents » Boston Globe The city of Lawrence has become a coronavirus hot spot, with the fourth-highest per capita rate of infection in Massachusetts. But for the past few months, the main hospital for the city of 80,000 has…

Massachusetts does not currently meet health guidelines in coronavirus testing: Johns Hopkins data » Boston Herald On the road to reopening, monitoring data such as the percentage of positive coronavirus tests will be crucial in guiding decisions for officials, and Massachusetts currently doesn’t meet health gui…

Baker blames supply chain for testing gap » Commonwealth Magazine MASSACHUSETTS IS NOT testing as many people for COVID-19 as it could because of limitations on gathering specimens and delivering them to testing labs, according to Gov. Charlie Baker.…

Lack of coordination in reopenings could lead to more coronavirus spread, spillover between states » Boston Globe Shaggy, quarantine-weary residents in New Hampshire were free to visit a hair salon nearly two weeks ago. In Massachusetts, that long-awaited luxury will be allowed next week. But in New York, some re…

Almost 7% Of Brookline Residents Tested Had Virus Antibodies » WBUR The town of Brookline says its test of randomly selected residents and first responders shows nearly 7% of people tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, indicating that they had the virus.…

Mass. Beaches Will Open On Memorial Day. Here's What To Know » WBUR If you plan to head to the beach this Memorial Day, don’t forget to pack your sunscreen, towel and face mask.…

Baker Says 'Supply Chain' Issues Biggest Challenge To Increased Testing Capacity » WGBH Massachusetts currently has capacity to process 30,000 tests a day for COVID-19, but its daily testing numbers fall short of that. On May 20, the state reported processing only around 13,000 tests.…

Public Safety

Big drop in child abuse reports is cause for concern » Commonwealth Magazine REPORTS OF CHILD ABUSE or neglect in Massachusetts have dropped by more than half in recent months – and that has child protection advocates worried.…

State Finance

Timeline for Massachusetts budget proposals hinges on outcome of coronavirus aid package, House Speaker Robert DeLeo says » The Republican Legislators aren’t sure what the proposal will look like without a clear answer on whether Congress will approve $1 trillion in aid to states and municipalities, House Speaker Robert DeLeo told busi…

State Government

Feds pushed states including Massachusetts to open churches: Charlie Baker » Boston Herald Federal justice officials have been pressing states including Massachusetts to reopen houses of worship as the country battles the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday.…

Massachusetts officials warn against Memorial Day weekend beach trips, gatherings » Boston Herald State and local officials are urging Massachusetts residents to play it safe over the holiday weekend as the coronavirus rages on, pleading for people to stay off seashores and eschew large gatherings…

I-Team: Gov. Baker recounts admin’s response to Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Covid-19 outbreak » News 22 WWLP.com Governor Charlie Baker is recounting his administration’s response in the hours and days after news broke that Covid-19 had taken hold at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home.…

Baker: No regional restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic » WHDH Gov. Charlie Baker said there is no plan to issue regional restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic as the governor of New York recently has.…

Charlie Baker cites ‘pressure’ from Trump administration in church reopening decision » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker says there’s undoubtedly “differing points of view” within the religious community about whether places of worship in Massachusetts should have been included in Phase 1 of the…

Baker questions urgency on mail-in voting » South Coast Today Gov. Charlie Baker does not share the same sense of urgency as the state's top elections officials and a range of advocacy groups about when officials must make a decision on how to conduct mail-in vo…

Transportation

T lays out passive COVID-19 strategy » Commonwealth Magazine Issues crowding standards, not capacity limits…

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The Week In Review

New laws enacted this week:

SB2307 - An Act authorizing the City Council of the city of Somerville to appoint a clerk of committees and assistant clerks of committees

HB4205 - An Act authorizing David Mottor to purchase creditable service from the Easthampton Contributory Retirement Board

Most read bills of the week:

SB2618 - An Act providing additional support to those affected by the novel coronavirus through the unemployment insurance system

SB2708 - An Act addressing COVID-19 data collection and disparities in treatment

HB4708 - An Act financing the general governmental infrastructure of the Commonwealth

SB2655 - An Act concerning business interruption insurance

HB4672 - An Act addressing COVID-19 data collection and disparities in treatment

HB4739 - An Act creating a presumption of relatedness for essential workers suffering from COVID-19

HB4718 - An Act providing for a rent increase freeze in response to COVID-19

HB4634 - An Act providing emergency access to equity and justice for all in response to COVID-19

HB4677 - An Act to facilitate the delay of the income tax filing deadline

HB4737 - An Act ensuring safe and participatory 2020 state elections in response to COVID-19

House Actions This Week: 65

Senate Actions This Week: 80


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