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We have some new online tools to help you stay up-to-date with our progress on the Governor’s agenda and get a sense for how each policy proposal fits into the broader goals that Governor Patrick laid out in his second Inaugural Address.

Learning more about the Patrick-Murray accomplishments for the first term and plans for the second term is easy. Go to mass.gov/governor and click “What We’ve Done” in the center of the web page, or go straight to mass.gov/governor/agenda.

Check out detailed summaries of our work around the Governor’s top four priorities: creating jobsstrengthening our schools, bringing down health care costs and ending youth violence.

At the bottom of our agenda page, find out more about the Administration’s accomplishments in the first term, on everything from Veterans’ Services to Diversity and Equality.

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