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House Post Audit and Oversight Committee meeting with RMV officials to discuss fraudulent activity related to issuance of fake licenses and ID cards. ... See MoreSee Less

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Testifying with colleagues in support of H.2365/S.1004 at the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development hearing on bills relating to the minimum wage. H.2365/S.1004 seeks to raise the wage floor to $15 by 2021 and boost the minimum wage for tipped workers over eight years. A similar proposal could appear on the 2018 statewide ballot if the legislature does not take action on these bills. ... See MoreSee Less

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At the City Council Committee on Licenses & Franchise at the request of the Committee to discuss possible home rule petition on liquor licenses. ... See MoreSee Less

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Joint Committee on Financial Services public hearing today featuring bills relevant to Health Contracting. One of the bills on the docket was H.486 which I am a joint sponsor of with Rep. Ruth B. Balser. This legislation requires commercial insurance companies to pay for behavioral health emergency services provided by emergency services providers (ESP) across the state. ESP is a community-based, recover-orientated service providing behavioral health crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization services for people with psychiatric illness. ESP teams have trained psychiatric clinicians who travel to where a psychiatric crisis is occurring, including home, school and community settings. The teams also feature certified peer specialists as well as Family Partners (parents who have raised a child who has used ESP services). ... See MoreSee Less

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Municipalities & Regional Government Public Hearing featuring local bills. Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone testifying in support of H.3882 that would allow the city to impose impact fees on developers along the Green Line extension to help recoup the City's $50m GLX obligation. ... See MoreSee Less

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