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Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, along with the members of their Cabinet, lead an administration with work that spans 9 secretariats and numerous agencies and departments. They are focused on making Massachusetts a great place to live, work, and raise a family, regardless of zip code. The Constituent Services Department is available to help citizens of the Commonwealth with services, answer general questions, and connect people with appropriate state government entities. Governor's aides who work in the Constituent Services Department also assist with casework involving a variety of programs and take opinions on issues facing Massachusetts.
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Since taking office, Governor Baker has assembled a number of teams to address important issues, like: sexual assault and domestic violence, closing the workforce skills gap, and strengthening relationships between the Commonwealth and cities and towns.
An Act Relative to Advancing Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security in Massachusetts protects important coverage for many Massachusetts women.
GE, Microsoft, Partners Healthcare, edX.org and higher education institutions announce partnerships to advance online degree obtainment
An Act relative to Language Opportunity for Our Kids provides school districts ability to tailor programs for English Language Learners
$244 million capital bond bill will support both Soldiers’ Homes and the Massachusetts Broadband Institute
New and existing legislative proposals aim to reduce distracted & impaired driving and work zone fatalities, while keeping impaired offenders off the roads
Governor's Office and HED offer grants for community driven improvements in Massachusetts cities
Colonel Kerry Gilpin to take command of 2,100 Massachusetts State Police Troopers and 540 civilian staff
Comprehensive plan includes combatting addiction, accessing treatment, reducing prescriptions and enhancing prevention