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  • Expanding Growth and Opportunity in the Commonwealth

    Governor Patrick signed H.4377 “An Act To Promote Economic Growth in the Commonwealth,” building on the Patrick Administration’s successful economic development strategy of investing in education, innovation and infrastructure.

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  • Increasing Access to Substance Abuse Treatment in the Commonwealth

    Governor Patrick signed S. 2142, “An Act to Increase Opportunities for Long-Term Substance Abuse Recovery,” which removes barriers to treatment for individuals battling addiction, and puts in place safeguards to help stem the tide of addiction facing the Commonwealth and the region.

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  • Governor Patrick Announces Two Locations to Shelter Unaccompanied Children

    Governor Patrick has announced that Massachusetts has proposed two locations to the federal government to shelter unaccompanied children impacted by the humanitarian crisis at the southern border.

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  • Raising the Minimum Wage to the Highest in the Nation

    Governor Patrick joined legislators, organized labor, business leaders and worker advocates to sign S.2195, “An Act Restoring the Minimum Wage and Providing Unemployment Insurance Reforms,” a landmark bill that gradually raises the minimum wage to $11 over the next three years.

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  • Establishing a Domestic Worker’s Bill of Rights

    Governor Patrick hosted a ceremonial bill signing for S.2132, “An Act Establishing a Domestic Worker’s Bill of Rights.” The bill extends basic work standards and labor protections to approximately 67,000 nannies, housekeepers, care givers and other home workers. 

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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 June 6 through June 9. Featured: Media Availability Relative to Innovation Partnership Mission to Israel and UAE; Tyringham Road Reconstruction Groundbreaking; Swearing-in James Orenstein, Hampden County District Attorney; and Swearing-in Energy and Environmental Agency Secretary Maeve Vallely Bartlett.

(Video: Kenshin Okubo, Jun Tsuboike, Sam Sarkisian, Joshua Hey, Ty Ueda & Eric Haynes / Governor's Office)