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My Remarks to the Greater Boston Labor Council on Labor Day

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(As Delivered) I want to say Happy Labor Day to everybody! This year is certainly going to go into the history books, and not just as the year of the…

Why I’m With Joe Biden

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On April 15, 2014, the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, Vice President Joe Biden came to our city to rally our spirits. He reminded us: “We are…

Our work to make Boston safe, healthy, and accessible

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Here in Boston, we continue to move forward cautiously in Phase 3, Step 1 of the statewide reopening plan. I wanted to give a few updates on our work to…

How Boston is approaching Phase 3

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Reopening continues to be a gradual and careful process in the City of Boston. All across the country, we’re seeing what happens when cities and states move forward too quickly…

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Reproductive rights are not up for debate. MA has an opportunity to protect and expand access to reproductive health care by passing the #ROEAct, but we must act now. I'll say it again: Boston will continue to support a woman’s right to make her own health care decisions. twitter.com/marty_wa… pic.twitter.com/jMwf…

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