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Monday, March 12, 2018

POLITICO Massachusetts Playbook: WARREN and the 2020 cycle – The first BALLOT QUESTION ads of 2018 – MOULTON’s Pennsylvania swing


POLITICO Massachusetts Playbook: WARREN and the 2020 cycle – The first BALLOT QUESTION ads of 2018 – MOULTON’s Pennsylvania swing


MASSACHUSETTS: NO! NO! NO! 

- "State GOP candidates call for guns in schools," by Stephanie Murray State House News Service: "In the wake of the Parkland shooting, Massachusetts lawmakers are considering tightening gun laws and urging other states to adopt strict laws already on the books here. At a Republican Town Committee meeting in Wilbraham on Thursday, three GOP hopefuls struck a different tone."



DAY  LATE CHARLIE RUNNING FOR RE-ELECTION WAKES UP! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN CHARLIE?

- "In Baker's New $610M Economic Dev. Bill, Tax Credit And A Call For Permanent Sales Tax Holiday," by Michael P. Norton, State House News Service: "To foster growth around the state, the bill adds to the state's debt load with a $300 million capital allocation to the MassWorks infrastructure program, $100 million for a new regional program in which the state and communities would partner on 'high-impact projects,' and $50 million apiece for saltwater dredging and to build maritime economies. Baker has steered cleared of pushing broad-based tax cuts to propel the economy, but in his new bill he calls for a new apprenticeship tax credit designed to spur companies to train and hire employees in health care, manufacturing and information technology - fields the administration says are hungry for qualified workers."


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