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Reflections from the #MAConferenceforWomen: An Unforgettable Moment in ‘Herstory’

December 11, 2017 In Public Affairs Leave a comment

On Thursday, December 7, the Massachusetts Conference for Women, the largest female conference in the country, convened for the 11th year, bringing together 12,000 women from across the Commonwealth and

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Massachusetts Takes Action on Health Care Policy

April 28, 2017 In Government Affairs, Healthcare Leave a comment

Since President Donald Trump’s January 20th inauguration, the strengths and weaknesses of our healthcare system have taken center stage in both the federal and state political narrative. This week, Massachusetts

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The Fab 4

March 2, 2017 In Government Affairs Leave a comment

An abuse survivor A mother A business owner A teacher Listening to the four females of the Boston City Council at this Tuesday’s Boston Chamber Women’s breakfast was a moment

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Legislative Victory in Massachusetts for Brewers and Nonprofits

January 18, 2017 In Government Affairs Leave a comment

Last week, Massachusetts Governor Baker signed House Bill 248 into law. We here at Solomon McCown think it’s pretty cool. House Bill 248 originated in the Massachusetts House of Representatives

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2016 Massachusetts Ballot Questions: What You Need to Know

October 19, 2016 In Public Affairs Leave a comment

Given the nonstop news made by Donald Trump and Hillary Rodham Clinton, it’s hard to find time to focus on the down-ballot items voters will face in the upcoming November

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Five for Friday: Kathryn Alexander

August 19, 2016 In Corporate Leave a comment

Five for Friday is a regular Solomon McCown blog feature in which one of our PR pros shares five of their favorite hobbies, passions, or interests. This week, we hear

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Reflections from the Democratic National Convention: Let’s Share This Moment

July 27, 2016 In Corporate Leave a comment

“Let’s share this moment.” That is what my esteemed, senior, female colleague Marie said to me after it was announced that Hillary Rodham Clinton received enough delegate votes to be

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Massachusetts Legislative Update

May 4, 2016 In Corporate Leave a comment

  With the Massachusetts House passing its Fiscal Year 2017 budget last week and the Senate primed to begin its budget debate by the end of the May, the spring

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The State of Boston’s Seaport District: Then and Now

March 23, 2016 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Bostonians can’t stop talking about the thriving Seaport District. Between new restaurants, condo construction and businesses flocking to the waterfront—including PWC and more recently, GE—there is no question what neighborhood

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Oscars 2016 Crisis Recovery

March 2, 2016 In Crisis Communications Leave a comment

The curtains are finally closed on Oscars 2016 after what was a controversial year for the biggest award show on television. With the performances complete and the golden statues distributed,

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