Auchincloss Leads Members of Massachusetts Delegation in Letter to Secretary Yellen
Washington, D.C. - Tonight, Congressman Jake Auchincloss (D, MA-04), issued the following statement in response to President Biden's joint address to Congress:
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“We can’t rebuild an economy that works for everyone without protecting consumers.”
A group of technology and financial industry executives will face a bipartisan firestorm Thursday during the first congressional hearing on the GameStop stock controversy.
The leaders of major companies at the center of last month’s wild stock market volatility will find few allies on the House Financial Services Committee as members in both parties plan to hold their feet to fire.
Today, 37 members of Congress, led by Congressional Cannabis Caucus co-chairs Barbara Lee and Earl Blumenauer, including Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, sent a letter to President Biden calling upon him to issue a blanket pardon to those with federal nonviolent marijuana
BOSTON – Massachusetts’ federal legislative delegation is calling on Gov. Charlie Baker to launch a pre-registration system for the COVID-19 vaccine, a push that comes on the heels of state Sen. Diana DiZoglio’s filing of such a bill just last week.
NORWOOD, Mass. — When it comes to getting a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Massachusetts, it doesn’t take a lengthy explanation of the frustration for many seniors, like David Chaim of Norwood.
“The website just doesn’t work,” said David Chaim of Norwood.
At 68-years old, he’s been trying to get a vaccine through the state’s companion program with his wife.