The Massachusetts Joint Committee on Health Care Financing is planning a virtual public hearing to receive testimony on “An Act Establishing Medicare for All in Massachusetts”, Senate Bill.766 and House Bill.1267.
SPRINGFIELD—At the start of last week, the mass vaccination site here was a mess. Confusion and a breakdown in communications led to a dangerous situation. Elderly vaccine-seekers were waiting in the cold outside the husk of the former Macy’s. As complaints about the vaccine rollout
by Adam Bass Correspondent-Intern The Massachusetts Senate voted to override Governor Charlie Baker’s Veto of the Roe Act on Tuesday. The bill will expand abortion access and further codify the right to abortion access in state law. The Senate, voting 32-8 and easily crossing the
by Adam Bass Correspondent-Intern Much to the frustration of Democratic Lawmakers and pro-choice organizations, Governor Charlie Baker, rejected a proposal in the commonwealth’s budget bill last Friday that would have allowed the expansion of abortion access in Massachusetts. The proposed amendment was Baker’s second punch
SPRINGFIELD—It may have been the largest New England city without a Women’s March in 2017, but this year Springfield hosted the Pioneer Valley chapter of the nationwide, intersectional women-led movement. After three years in Northampton, last Saturday the local Women’s March held its first event,
A recent string of polls suggest the high, if not the party, may be over for Elizabeth Warren. After an early Fall where she seemingly eclipsed former Vice-President Joe Biden, the senior senator from Massachusetts has seen her star fade. South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete
BOSTON—With Republicans in Washington poised to repeal the Affordable Care Act, legislation that has delivered healthcare to millions of Americans, Democrats nationwide Sunday held rallies to push back. The GOP has cued up language to strike the most important parts of the law shortly after