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Visiting schools -- greater adult presence and a focus on inclusion is creating a kinder school environment.
It's time to open up the books of the MBTA pension system.
The legislature is starting to address the increased flooding risk for our low-lying neighborhoods created due to climate change.
As we subside back into our day-to-day personal and political concerns, let’s aspire to remember the grace and unity that shone through last week.
The Senate transportation plan maintains the basic House framework but does puts more funds in place to support improved maintenance for roads and transit.
My hope is that we will add more revenue to the plan before us in the legislature. The Big Dig put transportation funding in a deep hole. We need to go further now to clear the project backlog.
The Governor's 21st Century Transportation Plan, which I support, appears to be fiscally responsible. The question is how it stacks up against other priorities.
Hearings will begin soon on the Governor's transportation plan and it's worth understanding how the vetting process will work.
It is time now to extend the statute of limitations, so that recovering adult victims have more time to bring civil lawsuits against their abusers.
Between sea level rise and greater storm intensity, we can expect higher storm surges in coming decades. We need to start a planning process now to protect our valuable infrastructure and real estate.
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The Plan Before Us
Sen. Will Brownsberger
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