STATE CAPITOL BRIEFS – MONDAY, DEC. 12, 2016

STATE CAPITOL BRIEFS – MONDAY, DEC. 12, 2016 STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BAKER MEETS WITH NETANYAHU Kendall Square’s growth as a tech industry hub featured prominently in talks Monday between Gov. Charlie Baker and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who spent time studying in Cambridge as a college student. Baker met with Netanyahu as part of his week-long trade mi…

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ROSENBERG TICKS OFF FOCUS AREAS FOR LEGISLATING IN 2017

Senate President Stanley Rosenberg hinted at 2017 agenda items Tuesday, highlighting climate change, housing, education funding, and economic issues for low- and middle-income families while not dismissing the possibility of raising taxes to help pay for those initiatives. “We still have some huge needs around housing and homelessness, we haven’t done a multi-year commitment to education fu…

Senate President Stanley Rosenberg hinted at 2017 agenda items Tuesday, highlighting climate change, housing, education funding, and economic issues for low- ...

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PERSONNEL FILE – TUESDAY, DEC. 13, 2016

PERSONNEL FILE – TUESDAY, DEC. 13, 2016 STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE Boston Teachers Union President RICHARD STUTMAN is retiring, he announced Tuesday morning. “Except for four years in college, I have been in the BPS in one capacity or another since 1955 when I entered kindergarten at the Lyndon School with Miss Clifford and left homeroom 135 at BLS with Dr. Desmond. I’ll be retiring in Ju…

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