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Governor Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey unveiled a new public information campaign to encourage people to call 911 for emergency medical services at the first signs of a drug overdose.
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The Baker-Polito Administration’s new School of Reentry provides inmates preparing to reenter their communities an all-inclusive service model that encompasses education, vocational training, counseling, job preparation and personal development.
Governor Baker visited a Keolis work site in Ashland to review the progress on infrastructure upgrades being made as part of a larger effort the MBTA, its Fiscal and Management Control Board (FMCB) and leadership are making to improve service, access, accountability and reliability for riders and taxpayers.
Governor Baker joined public higher education leaders to announce an innovative college affordability and completion plan to help more students achieve the dream of a college degree. [Photo: Kevin Harkins]
Governor Baker, joined by Lt. Governor Polito and a bipartisan group of legislators, signed solar legislation into law to continue the expansion of the Commonwealth's solar industry and establish a long-term framework for sustainable solar development.
Baker-Polito Administration announces that Massachusetts will serve as the national center for the nation’s first Revolutionary Fiber and Textile Manufacturing Innovation Institute. [Photo: © Bryce Vickmark.]
Gov. Baker received bipartisan support from three former secretaries of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Maeve Vallely-Bartlett, Rick Sullivan, and Ian Bowles, for the administration’s efforts to diversify our state’s energy portfolio through the procurement of cost-effective, hydropower generation.
On Monday, March 14, Governor Charlie Baker signed landmark legislation into law to address the deadly opioid and heroin epidemic plaguing the Commonwealth. The signing followed unanimous passage of the bill by both the House and Senate. The law includes numerous recommendations from the Governor's opioid working group.
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