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Thank you for visiting my State House office website where you can learn more about what is happening in the 8th Suffolk District and the State House. You can also find out what I am working on to improve Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and the West End in Boston and Cambridgeport and the MIT area in Cambridge.

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MASSDOT Reminder: Longfellow Bridge Closures and Shuttles Replace Red Line Trains between Park Street and Kendall/MIT over a Series of Weekends Beginning September 29

Reminder: Longfellow Bridge Closures and Shuttles Replace Red Line Trains between Park Street and Kendall/MIT over a Series of Weekends Beginning September 29 Bridge Access Maintained for Bus Shuttles, Emergency Vehicles, Bicyclists and Pedestrians Project work is weather dependent Due to the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project, shuttle buses will replace Red Line trains in both …

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Understanding Baker’s Health Care Package

At the end of June, Governor Charlie Baker introduced a health care package that boasted Medicaid (MassHealth) reform and cost savings in an especially tight budget year. At a glance, the proposal seemed like a standard Republican response to the current financial state of the Commonwealth, but after a closer look, juxtaposed with Baker’s generally …

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Mayor Walsh Hosts Coffee Hour on Commonwealth Avenue Mall

July 28, 2017 By The Boston Sun Staff By Beth Treffeisen Mayor Martin Walsh greeted residents of the Back Bay during a sunny morning on Thursday, July 20. There residents enjoyed coffee and breakfast treats provided by Dunkin’ Donuts and fresh fruit from Whole Foods Market. In addition, participants received a flowering plant grown in the …

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