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Governor Baker on Opioid Addiction: “The Status Quo is Unacceptable” Posted on Nov 16

Governor Baker on Opioid Addiction: "The Status Quo is Unacceptable"

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”

Governor Baker announces Working Group on Opioid Abuse Posted on Jun 26

On Monday, Governor Baker announced the findings of the Working Group that he appointed to provide recommendations on the prevention of opioid abuse in Massachusetts. As the Working Group stated, “Over the past decade, more than 6,600 members of our community have died because of   …Continue Reading Governor Baker announces Working Group on Opioid Abuse

Our Week: New England Governors Energy Summit, Remembering the Armenian Genocide, Opening Day in Dorchester, and Combating Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Posted on May 1

Last Thursday, Governor Charlie Baker traveled to Connecticut to meet with the other New England governors to discuss the energy needs of the region. Governor Baker also participated in a ceremony at the State House commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. On Saturday,   …Continue Reading Our Week: New England Governors Energy Summit, Remembering the Armenian Genocide, Opening Day in Dorchester, and Combating Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence