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Encouraging citizen participation in government and public policy with occasional posts from the Governor of Massachusetts

Monthly Archives: February 2010

A Stimulus Celebration: The Faces Behind the Numbers Posted on Feb 19

A Stimulus Celebration: The Faces Behind the Numbers

Jeffrey Simon Director, MA Recovery & Reinvestment Office View Jeffrey’s Bio We’ve been celebrating Stimulus’ first year anniversary with a series of events in different parts of the state.   The focus of the celebration was on how Stimulus has impacted and changed lives.  I   …Continue Reading A Stimulus Celebration: The Faces Behind the Numbers

Creating More Jobs: Our Small Business Jobs Bill Posted on Feb 10

Creating More Jobs: Our Small Business Jobs Bill

Deval Patrick Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts View Governor’s Bio This morning I addressed the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce to outline our new Small Business Jobs Bill. From the very beginning of our administration, our number one goal has been to create jobs and a   …Continue Reading Creating More Jobs: Our Small Business Jobs Bill

Millions of unclaimed dollars you could be accessing Posted on Feb 2

Millions of unclaimed dollars you could be accessing

    Posted by: Cynthia Orellana, Commonwealth Corps   Yesterday, I had an opportunity to join Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray, advocates from the IRS, United Way, community organizations, volunteers and supporters in Nurses Hall of the State House to celebrate Massachusetts Earned Income Tax Credit   …Continue Reading Millions of unclaimed dollars you could be accessing

Lawrence: Getting a Health Center it Deserves Posted on Feb 2

Lawrence: Getting a Health Center it Deserves

Jeffrey Simon Director, MA Recovery & Reinvestment Office View Jeffrey’s Bio The next stop on my stimulus tour across the state to see the Faces of Economic Recovery was the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center.  Lawrence is a hugely diverse city and the Health Center   …Continue Reading Lawrence: Getting a Health Center it Deserves