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It has been a tremendous pleasure to serve as State Representative for the Towns of Clinton, Boylston, Sterling and Northborough, Berlin and Lancaster. From the beginning of my legislative career, I have sought to do good on a broader basis through effectively addressing issues and delivering needed results. From economic expansion to public health oversight, watershed protection to the safety of our streets and neighborhoods, from mental health to veteran advocacy, I have dedicated myself to focusing on critical matters that affect each and every resident in the 12th Worcester District.

By honoring me with the ability to serve, you have allowed me to continue fighting on your behalf. Our work is not yet done. Now is the time to keep moving forward and continue working together to keep our communities thriving so that we can provide the best opportunities for every man, woman, and child.

Throughout my professional career, nothing has made me more proud than to represent the wonderful people of the 12th Worcester District. Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to working with you and for you.

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Mass HOUSE: 2017-2018 session that included the passage of several landmark bills

August 24, 2018
OVERVIEW: Over the past two years, the Legislature passed major bills relating to criminal justice, gun safety, those struggling with ... Read More

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Initially called the Badge for Military Merit, the Purple Heart Medal was established by George Washington in 1782 and is the oldest U.S. military decoration still in use. National #PurpleHeartDay is observed each year on August 7th and commemorates the creation of the honor given to those wounded or killed in combat. We at Home Base extend our deepest gratitude to all members of the Armed Forces and their Families. We honor your sacrifice today and every day. ... See MoreSee Less

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Western MA, particularly the Berkshires, are expected to face the most severe effects of tropical storm #Isaias. Central and Eastern MA residents should still be prepared for strong winds, heavy rain and power outages. Stay safe, stay updated, and follow the US National Weather Service Boston MA and the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA).[Tuesday Morning #Isaias Briefing]

Key Points:
* Strong winds: 40-60 mph gusts this afternoon/evening for portions of SNE.
* 1-3" 🌧 mainly western CT/ western MA, [especially the Berkshires] today.
* A few 🌪, especially the CT Valley this afternoon/evening
* Minor coastal flooding South Coastal MA/RI.
* Dangerous rip currents for south-facing beaches.

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