Lawrence Bar to Face Hearing Andrew Napolitano Deputy Communications Director firstname.lastname@example.org (617) 367-9333 x614 Cell: (781) 403-0600 On Thursday February 13th at approximately 11:00 PM, Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) Investigators found 43 minors in possession of fake identification and or alcohol at the Claddagh Pub in Lawrence. Investigators found the bar to be crowded when they arrived and observed that it emptied out as they began to request that young looking people provide proof of legal drinking age. Most were approximately 19 years of age. The bar will be summoned for a hearing before the Commission; if found to have violated the law, the b
By Deborah B. Goldberg, Opinion Contributor The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill When the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was passed into law, many Americans with disabilities were empowered to save for qualified expenses without fear of losing their much-needed federal and state benefits. This was a major step forward for those deserving such support. Now, just over five years after the ABLE Act was passed into law, we have the chance to expand this legislation to include a much larger group of our disabled Americans. The ABLE Age Adjustment Act seeks to build upon the law’s primary success, and accelerate the progress achieved over th
Program allows communities to provide treatment for drinking water at lower cost to help protect public health Andrew Napolitano Deputy Communications Director email@example.com (617) 367-9333 x614 On January 31, 2020 the Board of Trustees for the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust (the Trust) approved a 0% interest rate loan pilot program for projects that remediate per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in public water supplies for the 2020 calendar year. These no interest loans will help communities that have identified PFAS in their water to expedite and complete the remediation projects.
Requests for PFAS mitigation project funding are to be submitted to the Massachusetts D