On Sunday, November 22, Governor Charlie Baker and First Lady Lauren Baker were in Boston to volunteer with Boston Rescue Mission. As part of the 23rd Annual “Day of Thanks,” the Governor and First Lady joined the Reverend John Samaan, President and CEO of the Boston …Continue Reading Governor Baker serves Thanksgiving meals, recognizes firefighters, signs Stolen Valor legislation
On Monday, November 16, 2015, Governor Charlie Baker testified before the Joint Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse, alongside Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Christopher Barry-Smith, First Assistant Attorney General from Attorney General Maura Healey’s office, in support of the Governor’s bill, “An Act …Continue Reading Governor Baker on Opioid Addiction: “The Status Quo is Unacceptable”
On Veterans Day, Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Major General L. Scott Rice, and Secretary of Veterans’ Services Francisco Ureña expressed the Commonwealth’s gratitude to its veterans and Gold Star Families, including Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Thomas Hudner, during a ceremony in …Continue Reading Governor Baker announces program to help veterans become homeowners, vouchers for homeless veterans
Today at the Massachusetts State House, Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Major General L. Scott Rice, and Secretary of Veterans’ Services Francisco Ureña expressed the Commonwealth’s gratitude to its veterans and Gold Star Families, including Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Thomas Hudner. Governor …Continue Reading Governor Baker on Veterans Day: “Thank You from a Grateful Nation”
As support for his opioid bill rapidly gains momentum, Governor Charlie Baker on Monday received another endorsement from a group of county sheriffs, citing the urgency for more tools to combat the opioid crisis on a statewide basis. The sheriffs met with Governor Baker at the …Continue Reading County Sheriffs Endorse Governor Baker’s Opioid Legislation
BOSTON – Calling on every resident to do their part to stop addiction in its tracks, Governor Charlie Baker announced a second statewide media campaign today, with the bold goal of making Massachusetts a “#StateWithoutStigMA.” The campaign, built off one of the Governor’s Opioid Working …Continue Reading Governor Baker: “Today the campaign begins to stomp out the stigma of addiction.”
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