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Política

New “Massdirect Notes” Program

Frequent Sales and Electronic Trading Platform to Drive Down Costs for Commonwealth Treasurer Steven Grossman today announced the launch of MassDirect Notes, a new and innovative program that provides Massachusetts retail investors with greater and more frequent access to Massachusetts bonds on an ongoing basis each month. The new program, which is expected to lower borrowing rates for Massachusetts by […]Load more...

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Governor Patrick Signs “an Act Relative To Unlawful Sexual Surveillance”

BOSTON — Friday, March 7, 2014 – Governor Deval Patrick signed H. 3934, “An Act Relative to Unlawful Sexual Surveillance,” which modernizes the Commonwealth’s criminal voyeurism laws to outlaw what is known as “upskirting.” The law goes into effect immediately. The legislation makes the secret photographing, videotaping, or electronically surveiling of another person’s sexual or […]Load more...

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Governor Patrick Announces Innovation Mission To Panama And Mexico To

Mission will cultivate Massachusetts relationships with key Latin American centers of growth BOSTON – Monday, March 10, 2014 – Governor Deval Patrick today announced an innovation mission to Panama and Mexico from March 17, 2014 – March 22, 2014.  The mission will bring together leaders in government and business to focus on strengthening existing relationships […]Load more...

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Patrick Administration Awards Grants to Promote Massachusetts Urban Agriculture

BOSTON - Friday, February 28, 2014 - The Patrick Administration today launched one of the nation's first state-funded urban farming initiatives, awarding $200,000 in grants for urban farm pilot projects in Boston, Everett, Lawrence, Lowell, Somerville, Springfield and Worcester. "Urban agriculture is an important, developing component of the Massachusetts food system," said Energy and Environmental […]Load more...

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Missouri Man Admits Guilt To Sex Trafficking

Rhode Island – A Missouri man pleads guilty to sex trafficking when he took a 17 year old with disabilities from Massachusetts to Rhode Island. Stephen Ardrey, 30, admitted that he met the girl online and contacted her for several months, until last September when he met her in Medfield, Massachusetts where he later took her […]Load more...

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Bank Robber Sentenced to Prison

Rhode Island – A man from Swansea, Mass. who robbed  five banks in Rhode Island and Massachusetts over a period of 26 days in 2012 was sentenced to 105 months in federal prison. Scott Niemic 36, pled guilty to charges of bank robbery in October. Authorities said Niemic handed threatening notes to the teller in […]Load more...

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PATRICK ADMINISTRATION AWARDS ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR INNOVATION SCHOOLS TO CLOSE

BOSTON – Thursday, February 6, 2014 – Governor Deval Patrick today announced additional funding for the Commonwealth’s Innovation schools to further the Administration’s commitment to close persistent achievement gaps, promote innovative and bold strategies in public schools, give students greater access to high-quality education and maintain Massachusetts’ position as a world leader in education. “Innovation […]Load more...