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  • Oct 29, 2021

Statement from Emerge Massachusetts on Boston City Council District 6 Race

Statement from Emerge Massachusetts on Boston City Council District 6 Race The strength of Emerge Massachusetts’ programs lies in the diversity of...
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Congress should make child tax credit permanent

As part of President Biden’s American Rescue Plan passed earlier this year, Congress temporarily expanded the child tax credit to provide monthly...
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Biden nominates Rachael Rollins as US attorney for Massachusetts

Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins was nominated by President Biden yesterday to be the next United States attorney in Massachusetts, in a...
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Owning a home in Boston is hard. Would-be mayors — all homeowners themselves — aim to make it easier

As they fight to distinguish themselves in a crowded field, Boston’s mayoral hopefuls are united by a status that has eluded most of the people they...
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The Best of Boston Readers’ Poll: Heroes Edition

Dimple Rana Community Engagement Director, City of Revere Filling in the gaps: Was there any side effect of the pandemic Dimple Rana didn’t work to...
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BEST OF BOSTON – 2021 Best Politician: Liz Miranda

In the fight for racial justice, state Representative Liz Miranda stood out among local politicians by leading the charge to create a maternal health...
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The Politics Behind Local Politicking with Mehreen Butt

Gone are the days where local politics amount to reelecting erstwhile high school classmates to fill potholes and grow schools. Policy attorney by...
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Gerly Adrien Is Giving Back to the Everett Community That Raised Her

The first Black, Haitian-American female City Councilor At-Large for the City of Everett checks in with Kwani A. Lunis for 10 Questions with NBC10...
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A ‘Level-Headed’ Leader: A Look at Mayor Siddiqui’s First Term as Cambridge’s Mayor Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

When Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui ran for re-election to the Cambridge City Council last year, her platform focused on supporting small businesses,...
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Councilor Lydia Edwards Named One of Most Impactful Black Women in Boston

Last week Get Konnected!, a local business networking organization, released its first ever list of Boston’s Most Impactful Black Women, and District...
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