Rep. Stanley responds to League of Women Voters of Waltham questionnaire

As a candidate for Waltham City Council, the League of Women Voters of Waltham asked Rep. Stanley to respond to the following two questions: What are two significant issues facing Waltham and how do you think they should be addressed? 1) Two significant issues facing Waltham are the siting of a new high school and the reuse of the Fernald property.  […]

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Rep. Stanley’s Waltham Citizens for Education Position Statement

Thank you Waltham Citizens for Education for requesting a statement on the saga of siting a new high school.  If any member of the group would like to host a coffee party I would certainly attend and address these issues and any others. This episode is a glaring example of what is wrong with our local government.  Planning is suspect […]

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Legislature Formally Condemns Neo-Nazi and White Supremacist Groups

Legislature Formally Condemns Neo-Nazi and White Supremacist Groups Joins the Baker Administration in pledging to promote equality, justice and tolerance (BOSTON) – Representative Stanley joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts Legislature to support a resolution that unequivocally denounces white nationalism and neo-Nazism, and condemns the hatred, bigotry and violence these groups consistently espouse. The resolution will be transmitted to the […]

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Rep. Stanley’s Statement in Support of Religious Freedom and Members of the Immigrant Community

People who perpetuate crime and acts of terror have many different origins and appearances. These acts are not committed primarily by people of the Muslim faith, nor those from the immigrant community. Waltham is an ethnically and racially diverse city; residents come from all over the world to join our proud community.  In past years, our city embraced newcomers from […]

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Rep. Stanley’s Education Reform Recommendations 2017-2018

Raising the cap on charter schools has dominated discussion over the past several years, culminating in Question 2 on the 2016 statewide ballot.  Results aside, what we should be taking away from the heated debate over Question 2, is that an overwhelming majority of Massachusetts voters consider public education to be an extremely important issue.  Most, if not all, public […]

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