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The Massachusetts State House of Representatives and Senate passed a supplemental budget, allowing the Commonwealth to contribute to its “Rainy Day Fund” and invest in infrastructure projects, while providing emergency funding for victims of the Merrimack Valley gas fires, as...
Here is a copy of my latest State House Report with updates on news of interest both locally and regionally. You can view the newsletter in PDF by clicking below.
House Reflects on 190th Session Accomplishments
Focus on Supporting Communities, Fighting the Opioid Epidemic, Reducing Gun Violence, and Helping Vulnerable Residents
House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo joined with Rep. Cutler and his colleagues in the Legislature to mark the end...
Pleased to join my colleagues in the Legislature in giving final approval to an Environmental Bond Bill today focused on improving climate change resiliency and adaptation; enhancing environmental and natural resource protection; and investing in parks and recreational assets.
I am happy to report that the Governor recently signed H.4857 An Act to advance clean energy into law following passage by the House and Senate. Below are some of the highlights from the comprehensive clean energy bill.
Very pleased to present a check for $25,000 to the Pembroke Firehouse Food Pantry this morning. This state grant was the direct result of a budget amendment I filed along with Sen. Vinny deMacedo during last year's state budget debate....
House Passes Balanced Budget with Focus on Local Aid, Helping People
Prioritizes initiatives to strengthen the economy, support vulnerable residents
Rep. Josh Cutler joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives to pass its FY19 budget which makes investments...
Today the House Ways & Means budget was released. This is a key step our annual process of passing a balanced state budget for the Commonwealth. There's a lot to unpack and a lot of positive developments to note. Below...
Rep. Cutler is pleased to report that he and his colleagues in the House voted $200 million for Chapter 90 Local Apportionment Amounts for municipalities and local roads as provided by MassDOT.
Here is the breakdown for our district:
Attorney General Maura Healey has opened the fourth annual application period for grant funding for summer jobs for youth across Massachusetts.
The Healthy Summer Youth Jobs Grant Program will use settlement funds from the AG’s Office to fund jobs...
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