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The Baker-Polito Administration, in partnership with the deans of the Commonwealth’s three dental schools and the Massachusetts Dental Society, announced a first-in-the-nation set of dental education core competencies for the prevention and management of prescription drug misuse.
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The Commonwealth and City of Boston announced a joint venture to explore redevelopment of a downtown Boston property near South Station, which could include goals of economic development, job creation, and affordable, workforce and transit-oriented housing.
Gov. Baker, Lt. Gov. Polito, and Public Safety Secretary Dan Bennett announced the release of $6.7 million in Shannon Grants to communities and local partners to bolster their efforts to combat gang violence.
The Baker-Polito Administration filed its FY17 budget proposal which continues the multi-year effort of bringing state spending in line with revenues, includes a sizable deposit into the stabilization fund, and recommends investments in education, local aid, addressing substance misuse, workforce development, transportation, and DCF.
On January 21, Governor Charlie Baker delivered his first State of the Commonwealth address, reflecting on the accomplishments of his administration's first year and laying out his agenda to combat opioid addiction, expand educational opportunities, and deliver on energy goals.
Gov. Baker and Lt. Gov. Polito announced the inaugural round of awards from the Urban Agenda Grant Program, a new grant program that seeks to unlock community-driven responses to local economic opportunities through partnership-building, problem-solving, and shared accountability.
Leaders from across state government, healthcare, and the technology sector announced a comprehensive public-private partnership designed to accelerate the competitiveness of the Commonwealth’s digital healthcare industry.
Gov. Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and MassDOT Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack visited the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) Haymarket Branch to highlight recent progress on customer service improvements across the Commonwealth.
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