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  • Public Health Emergency Declared in Response to Opioid Addiction Epidemic

    Governor Patrick declared a public health emergency in Massachusetts in response to the growing opioid addiction epidemic. The use of oxycodone and other narcotic painkillers, often as a route to heroin addiction, has been on the rise for the last few years in Massachusetts.

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  • MBTA Late Night T Service Pilot Program Will Begin March 28

    Governor Patrick joined Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, MassDOT Secretary & CEO Richard A. Davey and MBTA General Manager Dr. Beverly Scott, alongside business leaders and residents, to announce the start date for the MBTA Late Night Pilot Program.

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  • Launching Women in the Workplace Initiative with Bentley College

    Governor Patrick launched the Women in the Workplace Initiative, which will underscore the key role all working women play in business and the economic success of the Commonwealth by growing the pipeline of women poised to fill high-level positions in both the public and private sectors.

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  • Governor Patrick Leads Innovation Mission to Panama and Mexico

    Governor Patrick will lead an innovation mission to Panama and Mexico from March 17, 2014 - March 22, 2014.  The mission will bring together leaders in government and business to focus on strengthening existing relationships and building new ones with the emerging innovation economies of Panama City and Mexico City.

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  • $100 Million in Funding Announced for Renovations at Logan Airport

    Governor Patrick announced $100 million in renovations focused on better serving international passengers at Boston’s Logan International Airport.

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    In Your Neighborhood

    Check out Governor Patrick's travels across the Commonwealth.

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Featured Video

A recap highlighting Governor Patrick's events from March 26-27, 2014.  Featured: agriculture day in the Great Hall, updates on the renovation of the Governor's office, Tufts Medical Center's Working Wonders gala at the BCEC, Boston marathon tabletop exercise at the BCEC, visit to the Boylston Firehouse, and an alternative transport event at the Worcester Regional Transit Authority. (Video: Gregory Bell, Evan Dunlevy, and Eric Haynes / Governor's Office)