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Governor Baker and Education Secretary Peyser visited Forest Park Middle School in Springfield and met with teachers and administrators to hear about the schools’ successful turnaround efforts as part of the Springfield Empowerment Zone Partnership.
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As part of Small Business Month, Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito tour downtown West Stockbridge small businesses that are benefiting from broadband upgrades made by Charter Communications and MBI's Last Mile Infrastructure Grant Program.
Governor Baker filed legislation to substantially update the wiretap statute to recognize the major evolution in communication technologies over the past 50 years and provide law enforcement with better resources to pursue violent and heinous crimes
The Baker-Polito Administration announced a total of $6 million in tax credit allocations through the CITC program to Community Development Corporations to improve economic opportunities for low- and moderate-income households and communities.
Governor Baker and other officials celebrated the groundbreaking of a $44 million project to build new I-95 off-ramp and improve options for drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and public transit users.
In Worcester, the Baker-Polito Administration officially proclaimed May as Small Business Month and kicked off the first of ten listening sessions focused on engaging small businesses to discuss ways Massachusetts can encourage economic growth and job creation.
Governor Baker authorized $200 million in Chapter 90 transportation funds, and another $90 million to continue the state’s mobility assistance program for the disabled and elderly, as well as overhaul the RMV's software system to improve operations and customer service.
The Baker-Polito Administration has filed legislation modernizing the laws governing the distribution of sexually explicit images and empowering District Attorneys with additional tools to protect children.
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