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Government Relations
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 its prominence was on display. Headliners included industry moguls and cultural icons from activist and actress Viola Davis to feminist legend Gloria Steinem, and Boston...
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From coast to coast, the last of our summer months were infiltrated with what felt like an endless cycle of natural disasters: Hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires. Following Hurricane Maria’s devastating path through Puerto Rico, the island’s 3.4 million residents remain without power for what is expected to be months. Over 40% of Florida’s residents faced power...
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infrastructure
Last week during the 2017 National Conference of State Legislatures Legislative Summit I attended the session “Critical Status: How Financing Can Help Address America’s Infrastructure Crisis,” which largely focused on the attractiveness of public-private partnerships (P3), the permitting process and the roles the Federal and State levels of government should play in projects. Taking part...
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mooch
By now you’ve heard the news that newly hired White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci pulled an Icarus maneuver flying far too close to the sun and thus was promptly removed from his position after a mere ten days. Within his short tenure, The Mooch, as he prefers to be called, broke just about every...
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National conference of state legislatures boston
For the first time in ten years, the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) will be hosting their annual Legislative Summit in Boston. From August 6-9th, more than 6,000 legislators, government workers, and public policy professionals will gather at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to participate in panel discussions and policy round-tables. Speakers and...
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Massachusetts state budget
July marks the beginning of a new fiscal year for our state, and with that comes the Massachusetts state budget. Massachusetts House and Senate leaders have agreed to a $40.2 billion FY2018 budget, but just because the Conference Committee has come to an agreement doesn’t mean the budget is set in stone. To understand the process...
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Thanksgiving is behind us which means one thing to Beacon Hill and its dedicated followers: the 2017/2018 legislative session is rapidly approaching. That’s right. Bill filing deadlines, committee assignments, and the influx of State House News Service alerts are just around the corner. Beyond these routine comforts we have come to depend on, what policy...
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Throwing ourselves back into the election cycle for just a moment, it was far from uncommon to run into a political post when scrolling through Facebook. Though this time around I started to see something a little different. More than a few of my friends on Facebook said something along the lines of, “if you...
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It’s over. It’s finally over. The 2016 election cycle, which began on roughly November 7, 2012, has officially (unless you live in Louisiana) come to a close. The new Congress will be sworn in January 3, the new Massachusetts legislature takes office January 4, and President-Elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated on January 20. So...
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On Thursday morning, leaders from Massachusetts’ most influential organizations gathered at the Boston Harbor Hotel for Solomon McCown’s 24th SMC Presents panel conversation. “From the Backroom to the Boardroom: The Changing Role of Government Affairs in Massachusetts” delved into the changing relationship between government and business. Moderated by Dan Cence, Senior Vice President at Solomon...
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