The Massachusetts Legislature has passed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act which guarantees reasonable accommodations and safety measures for pregnant workers. The legislation makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate against, refuse to employ, or terminate an individual due...
The Massachusetts Legislature has passed a bill to fully implements consumer access to adult-use marijuana while creating a robust public health and safety framework.
This legislation maintains the personal use provisions outlined in the 2016 ballot initiative. Adults 21 and...
The Massachusetts Legislature recently passed a fiscally-responsible $40.2 billion FY18 budget. The bill puts a premium on protecting vulnerable residents through investments in early education and care (EEC), substance addiction initiatives, homelessness programs, and funding to help individuals with developmental...
The Mass. House has passed legislation that fully implements consumer access to adult-use marijuana while creating a robust public health and safety framework. It also sets a balanced tax rate to ensure that the costs associated with this new industry...
Rep. Josh S. Cutler, Sen. Vinny deMacedo & Pembroke Board of Selectmen cordially invite you to the dedication of
James “Tiny” Brown Memorial Square
Friday, June 23, 2017
at the corner of Route 53 & Route 14
with special guest
Are you a high school student interested in writing and memorial day? Are you looking for possible scholarship's as you approach college?
Attention all High School Students
Memorial Day Essay Contest
The essay contest is open to all High School...
Rep. Jay Kaufman, Chairman
Sen. Michael Brady, Chairman
Joint Committee on Revenue
RE: House Bill No. 1501, An Act relative to closing off-shore tax haven loopholes
Dear Chairman Kaufman and Chairman Brady,
I write in support of the above legislation which...
The Massachusetts House of Representatives this week passed a $40.4 billion FY18 budget which represents a commitment to fiscal responsibility. The spending bill protects vulnerable residents through investments in early education and care (EEC), substance addiction initiatives, homelessness programs, and...
The House finished debate on the FY18 state budget this week. Here is a quick (sort of!) recap of some highlights and the process.
The House budget, approved on a bipartisan and nearly unanimous vote (159-1) totals $40.41 billion, an...
Rep. Josh S. Cutler, in partnership with the Pembroke Council on Aging, is pleased to host “We Are All In This Together”, a human services forum. The event will be held Friday, April 28 at the Pembroke Council on Aging...
Legislature Passes Spending Bill with a Focus on Supporting Those Most in Need
Invests in behavioral health, DCF and the families of first responders
The Massachusetts Legislature to pass a supplemental budget that makes crucial investments to...
What’s happening in Washington D.C.? What’s happening on Beacon Hill? What it means for YOU!
How might changes in Washington D.C. impact health care policy here in Massachusetts? That is the focus of a forum entitled “Health Care Policy 101”...
Thank you to all our amazingly talented Sixth Plymouth District student artists!
This is our fourth year hosting this high school art competition and we had a new record of 93 entries in total!...
Please note I have expanded my mobile office hour schedule. We will now be offering local office hours twice a month in each of my towns and also an additional evening time slot to make it more convenient. No appointments...
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