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Jodi Reed


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Past articles by Jodi:

Senate passes sports betting bill

The State Senate discussed a bill Thursday that could bring sports betting to Massachusetts. → Read More

CCC demonstrate goggles that simulate drunk and high driving

Driving schools across Massachusetts use goggles to simulate drunk driving. Now, a new tool developed by the CCC would simulate drunk and high driving. → Read More

House lawmakers begin discussion of $49B budget proposal

House lawmakers met Monday to debate their $49 billion budget proposal. The big topic of debate for House members was a temporary suspension of the state’s gas tax. → Read More

Earth Day activists rally in Boston to celebrate

– Friday is Earth Day, and hundreds of people took to the streets in Boston to celebrate. → Read More

State lawmakers pass bill setting climate goals

BOSTON (WWLP) – State lawmakers have passed a bill that sets some pretty ambitious climate goals for the Commonwealth. Friday was Earth Day, so to protect the planet that we all live on, the legislature has passed a bill that will move Massachusetts closer to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The bill titled, the ‘Drive […] → Read More

Tax breaks debate continues on Beacon Hill

To give tax breaks or not to give tax breaks, that is the million, or rather $700 million question that everyone at the State House wants an answer to. → Read More

Gov. Baker hears from sexual and domestic assault victims

Governor Baker was in Salem Wednesday to meet with survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. → Read More

State farmers say millionaire’s tax would indirectly impact them

Massachusetts farmers are calling on residents across the state to vote against a proposed ballot question this November. → Read More

State flag and seal of Massachusetts up for debate

There’s a commission on Beacon Hill that wants to change the state flag and seal to better represent the state of Massachusetts and honor it’s native heritage. → Read More

Governor Baker pushes massive tax relief plan

Governor Baker is continuing to push for the passage of a massive tax relief plan. → Read More

Boston Marathon on Patriots’ Day brings normalcy back to Massachusetts

Monday was the 126th running of the Boston Marathon and the first since the start of the pandemic to be back to its traditional Patriots’ Day spot on the calendar. → Read More

Group gathers for Lobby Day for MA Nuclear Weapons Commission bill

A group of concerned residents are teaming up with lawmakers to see what role Massachusetts plays in the development of nuclear weapons. → Read More

Gov. Baker pushing $7 million in tax relief, none will make House budget

Governor Baker has been pushing for more than 700 million dollars in tax relief, but it looks like none of his proposals will actually make it into the House’s budget. → Read More

Boston remains vigilant while hosting marathon

In the wake of Tuesday’s shooting inside a New York City subway, both the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and the State Police are happy to report that there are no threats of violence in Massachusetts at this time. → Read More

Governor Baker signs bill to protect K-9 responders

On Tuesday, Governor Baker signed Nero’s law, a bill that provides some much needed protection for our four legged first responders. → Read More

Governor Baker discusses health care reform bill to committee

Governor Baker filed a bill to improve the quality of care that residents across the Commonwealth receive. His proposal puts an end to surprise billing, a practice that’s costing residents thousands of dollars each year. On top of that, the bill increases funding for behavioral health services and invests millions of dollars in mental health facilities across the state. → Read More

Senate staffers continue push to unionize

Senate staffers are continuing their push to unionize, despite very little response from state leaders. → Read More

State lawmakers still hedging on suspending state’s gas tax

The Massachusetts legislature is feeling the pressure once again to temporarily suspend the state’s gas tax. → Read More

Massachusetts $525M opioid settlement for prevention, treatment

Money from a massive settlement with opioid manufacturers and distributors will soon hit municipal accounts. → Read More

Legislature considering Cannabis Cafes in Massachusetts

Cannabis Cafe’s could be coming to the state with a vote that will be taking place this week to move the proposal closer to the finish line. → Read More