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  • Initiatives to Reduce Family Homelessness Unveiled

    Initiatives to Reduce Family Homelessness Unveiled

    The Baker-Polito Administration announced reforms aimed at reducing family homelessness, including a $20 million "End Family Homelessness Reserve Fund."

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  • Governor Baker Participates in "Read Across America" in Swampscott

    Governor Baker Participates in "Read Across America" in Swampscott

    Governor Baker read "Green Eggs and Ham" to students at Hadley Elementary School in Swampscott as part of the NEA's "Read Across America" Day. See this picture and more on our Instagram account.

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  • Governor Baker Signs Executive Order to Address Workforce Skills Gap

    Governor Baker Signs Executive Order to Address Workforce Skills Gap

    A Workforce Skills Cabinet, led by Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Ron Walker (pictured), has been charged with creating and implementing a strategy to develop workforce skills to meet the varying needs of employers around the Commonwealth.

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  • Baker-Polito Administration Targets Opioid Addiction

    Baker-Polito Administration Targets Opioid Addiction

    Initial steps to combat opioid addiction include formation of a Working Group to develop specific, targeted and tangible recommendations, as welling as calling on insurers to more effectively manage opioid prescribing practices. 

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  • A Balanced Approach to Reducing Energy Growth

    A Balanced Approach to Reducing Energy Costs

    Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito, in regional partnership with the states of CT and RI, announced a coordinated process to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for clean energy resources.

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  • Supporting High-Speed Internet Expansion in Western Massachusetts

    Supporting High-Speed Internet Expansion in Western Massachusetts

    Our Administration is taking steps to narrow the gaps in high-speed Internet access for residents and businesses in Western Massachusetts, including the investment of up to $50 million in existing capital funding.

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