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CDC Chief Signs New Eviction Moratorium Order

Michael P. Norton State House News Service Citing the emergence of the Delta variant, Centers for Disease Control Director Rochelle Walensky signed a new eviction moratorium order Tuesday that expires on Oct. 3 and applies to tenants in U.S. counties experiencing substantial and high levels of community transmission of COVID-19. …

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Massachusetts’ Gov. Baker administration announces transition at Executive Office of Public Safety and Security

Today, Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito announced the departure of Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Secretary Thomas Turco, III. Secretary Turco is retiring after more than 30 years of public service. The Administration also announced the appointment of current Undersecretary for Law Enforcement Terrence Reidy …

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Massachusetts House Approves Sports Betting

The House overwhelmingly approved a bill to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts on Thursday evening, but even before the vote, the question of whether to allow wagers on college sports emerged as a major sticking point between the House and Senate. The House voted 156-3 to pass its sports betting …

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Massachusetts Governor Baker Nominates James Budreau and Brian Glenny as Associate Justices of the Superior Court

Governor Charlie Baker announced the nominations of James Budreau and Brian Glenny as Associate Justices of the Superior Court. Attorney Budreau is a partner at Basil & Budreau, while Attorney Glenny currently serves as Assistant District Attorney for the Cape and Islands. Their combined legal experience totals 65 years. “Whether …

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