Coalition to Protect Workers’ Rights launches to defend workers’ rights and benefits from Big Tech assault
Drivers, advocates, unions, and civil rights groups announce Coalition to stop Uber/Big Gig’s $100M+ campaign to undermine civil rights, wages, and benefits of Mass. workers, urging the
companies to “follow the law.”
Massachusetts new climate law took effect June 25, State’s energy policies must now weigh equity and climate concerns
Massachusetts' breakthrough climate law took legal effect June 25, 90 days after it was signed by Gov. Charlie Baker.
Recommended Practices and Products to Minimize Exposure to Harmful Chemicals
“If we learned one thing from 2020, it’s that good public health is the foundation of a strong society. The passage of this bill will contribute to the well being of our most vulnerable as well as all Massachusetts residents."
Last night the Massachusetts House and Senate passed a ban on toxic flame retardant chemicals sending it to the Governor’s desk just under the wire as the end of the two year legislative session approaches.
In a move which could soon lead to more protection for firefighters and families, and improved public health and safety for Massachusetts residents, a crucial bill moved through the House of Representatives and over to the Senate this week.