Saturday, July 14, 2018

A Night at the Pawtucket Red Sox: Encore Music Academy Fundraiser - July 28

SAVE THE DATE! EMEF is holding a fundraiser to kick off the start of Encore Music Academy and Recording Studios's summer session on Saturday, July 28th at a Pawtucket Red Sox​ game!

Tickets are $10, and each ticket purchase comes with $2 for concessions at the game. 50% of the proceeds from ticket sales through this link will go towards EMEF and our mission! 

In addition to an exciting show of fireworks at the end of the night, Encore's very own recording ensemble the EnHarmonix will be singing the national anthem at the game!

Help support EMEF’s mission, see Encore's students perform at a major event, and enjoy a family-friendly night out in the process. 

Please follow this link to purchase your tickets!

A Night at the Pawtucket Red Sox: Encore Music Academy Fundraiser - July 28
A Night at the Pawtucket Red Sox: Encore Music Academy Fundraiser - July 28

Hockomock Area YMCA Hosts 12th Annual Triathlon Sunday, July 22

Swim, bike and ride at the 12th annual Hockomock Area YMCA Triathlon on Sunday, July 22nd at Lake Pearl in Wrentham. Race starts at 8:00 AM (registration is at 6:00 AM) and consists of a ¼ mile swim in Lake Pearl, a 9 mile bike ride, and a 3.1 mile run.

This friendly USAT Sanctioned Sprint triathlon is designed to work for both beginners as well as advanced triathletes.
2017 participants
2017 participants

Great park venue, with all proceeds benefiting the Reach Out to Youth and Families Campaign at the Hockomock Area YMCA. The race will have you enjoying picturesque New England landscapes through quaint Wrentham Center. Bike and run provide moderate hills. The grass transition area is centrally located and easily accessed; each participant will enjoy roomy and secure transition space. This USA Triathlon sanctioned event is limited to 400 registered athletes. We are also proud to be the first paratriathlete-friendly USAT event in New England beginning in 2013 and continuing to this day.

Participants can expect a high-quality race at an affordable price. If space is available, registration will begin at 6:00 AM day of event - Sunday, 7/22. This year the after-race party will be at UNO Pizzeria and Grill in Wrentham located in the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets.

Register online and find more information at Online registration will close on July 20th at noon. Day of registration will begin at 6:00 AM on Sunday, July 22nd.

All proceeds will benefit the Hockomock Area YMCA’s Reach Out for Youth & Families Annual Campaign which is the primary vehicle in subsidizing confidential scholarship assistance and subsidized programs for youth, individuals and families to have a YMCA experience regardless of ability to pay. Funds raised provide confidential scholarship assistance, giving Y experiences including summer camp, child care and teen programs to local children and families in need.
bike action at the 2017 triathlon
bike action at the 2017 triathlon

Clinics will also be offered for all registered triathletes on Wednesday, July 11 at 5:30 PM and Saturday, July 14th at 8:00 AM. The clinics will feature an open water stroke clinic, followed by a transition area training and ending with the opportunity to bike the course. Each clinic is $20 per participant. Clinic pre-registration is required by calling 508-695-7001.

About The Hockomock Area YMCA
Where Cause Meets Community. At the Hockomock Area YMCA, strengthening community is our cause. The Hockomock Area YMCA is an organization of men, women, and children sharing a commitment to nurture the potential of kids, promote healthy living, and foster a sense of social responsibility. 
Our YMCA is committed to partnering and collaborating with others to create and deliver lasting personal and social change in the 15 communities we are privileged to serve. The Hockomock Area YMCA is a not-for-profit charitable cause-driven organization with facilities in North Attleboro, Foxboro, Franklin, and Mansfield. For more information visit

"Everybody was up in arms about the government doing what they were doing”

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Town Councilor Glenn Jones has seen a few things during his missionary trips to Haiti - the devastation of the 2010 earthquake that first drew him there to help in the aftermath, then the rebuilding as he returned. He has seen abject poverty, unwavering faith, and stalwart determination. 
What he had never seen, up until a few days ago, was outright rebellion. A member of the New England Chapel doing work with Mission E4 Inc., Jones was in Haiti when widespread protests over a government-planned spike in fuel prices erupted over the weekend, spreading out from Port-Au-Prince. The protests effectively shut down commerce and travel on the island nation, and prompted the U.S. State Department to issue a shelter in place advisory to American citizens and diplomats there. 
“I’ve never seen that kind of an upheaval in my life, ever,” said Jones. “It was extraordinary to see the burnt out trucks, the broken glass, the burning wires and smouldering piles of trash and tires, and just all the makeshift things they had set up to keep people from traversing the country.”
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Friday, July 13, 2018

Upcoming Events in Franklin, MA: FRI 7/13/18 - THU 7/19/18

FRIDAY 7/13/18
6:00am - Noon  Zip Trip visits Franklin Town Common
9:30am   Family Yoga @ Franklin Public Library
10am-12pm   Knitting Group @ Franklin Public Library
12-6pm   Farmers Market @ Town Common
12:30-1:30pm   Farmers Market Scavenger Hunt

SATURDAY 7/14/18
10am-1pm   Franklin Historical Museum Open
11am   Goat Yoga (registration required) @ Fairmount Fruit Farm
2pm   Chess Group @ Franklin Public Library

SUNDAY 7/15/18
8am   FREE Yoga at the Beach @ Chilson Beach, Beaver Pond
1-4pm   Franklin Historical Museum Open

MONDAY 7/16/18
10:30am   Move Along @ Franklin Public Library
1pm   Garden Storytime @ Franklin Public Library

TUESDAY 7/17/18
All Day   Drop In Craft @ Franklin Public Library

10:30am   Jungle Jim Manning @ Franklin Public Library
6pm   Concert on the Common: Frank Padula Band @ Franklin Town Common
6pm   Movie Night @ Franklin Public Library

THURSDAY 7/19/18
9:30am   Baby Tummy Time @ Franklin Public Library
10am   Alzheimers Association: Safety and Memory Challenges @ Franklin Senior Center
10:30am   Pre-K Story and Craft @ Franklin Public Library
1-6pm   American Red Cross Blood Drive @ Elks Lodge
5-8pm   Franklin Historical Museum Open
7pm   Healing Hearts Community Support Group @ Franklin YMCA

For the Town of Franklin Public Calendar click HERE.

For all other events and Franklin happenings click HERE.

*To submit an event for the Community Calendar, please use this FORM

Congressman Joe Kennedy III has scheduled office hours in Franklin this Sunday - July 15

"Building on the success of Tour 34 during his first two terms, Congressman Kennedy will continue his commitment to bring public office hours to constituents in each of the 34 cities and towns in the 4th District. By visiting every community, the Congressman is able to hear the stories, priorities and concerns of constituents in every corner of the district."

When: July 15, 2018 - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where: Franklin Fire Station, 40 West Central Street

Congressman Joe Kennedy III has scheduled office hours in Franklin this Sunday - July 15
Congressman Joe Kennedy III has scheduled office hours in Franklin this Sunday - July 15

This was shared from the Congressman's webpage

Franklin Residents: Notice from the Treasurer/Collector regarding FY19 Utility Bills

Attention all Residents/Customers who have received their Fiscal Year 2019 Utility Bills, the charges were calculated using the "new" rates. 

However, the old rates were printed on the bills under "Special Message" in error. If you have any questions, please contact the Treasurer/Collectors office at 508-520-4950.

We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Notice from the Treasurer/Collector regarding FY19 Utility Bills
Notice from the Treasurer/Collector regarding FY19 Utility Bills
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Franklin Food Pantry: BYOC to the Town Common Friday - July 13

Franklin Food Pantry  

  July 12, 2018
Franklin Food Pantry: BYOC to the Town Common Friday  

Boston 25's Zip Trip Cereal Drive Comes to Franklin!

Grab a box of healthy cereal for the Franklin Food Pantry and join us on the Franklin Town Common tomorrow morning!

The Boston 25 Morning News team and meteorologists will broadcast live from 6 - 10 a.m. as part of this year's Zip Trip Tour. 

Boston 25 News anchors Gene Lavanchy and Elizabeth Hopkins, Meteorologist Shiri Spear, Sports Anchor Tom Leyden and Franklin's very own Bob Ward (Boston 25 reporter) and Kevin Lemanowicz (Chief Meteorologist) will join this week's Zip Trip.   

Boston 25 is asking the community to bring a healthy box of cereal which will be donated to the Franklin Food Pantry. With school out for the summer, kids in need don't have access to the free/reduced breakfast and lunch through their schools. Your donations will help us provide a healthy breakfast to the more than 250 children who count on us.

Stop by the Pantry's tent and say hi! We look forward to seeing you!

Help us make it a meal!

BYOC to the Town Common Friday

If you can't make it to the Zip Trip event, please consider making a monetary donation so we can purchase fresh milk to go along with the cereal. You can make a donation online here.

Thank you for your support.

Franklin Food Pantry: BYOC to the Town Common Friday - July 13

Additional leadership gift and corporate sponsor opportunities available,
for details please email Erin Lynch

Franklin Food Pantry 

Our facility is generously donated by Rockland Trust.
We are located at 43 West Central Street, Franklin MA,
on Route 140 in the Rockland Trust parking lot, 
across the street from the fire station.
Franklin Food Pantry, 43 West Central Street, PO Box 116, Franklin, MA 02038

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Electric Youth To Perform Free Summer Concerts

Following their three-and-a-half-week summer concert tour throughout Austria and Italy, Electric Youth (EY) will perform two free outdoor concerts on Thursday, July 19, from 6:30-8 p.m. at Norfolk Town Hill and on Wednesday, July 25, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Franklin Town Common. Backed by an eight-piece band of world-class musicians, Electric Youth delivers a fun, high-energy show of family entertainment with an extensive range of pop, classic rock, swing, contemporary Broadway and country music for audiences all ages. This season’s repertoire features fully choreographed performances of the best of Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor, J. Geils, Elvis, Aretha Franklin, Bruno Mars, The Who, Guns N’ Roses and more.

Running from June 21 to July 16, Electric Youth’s 2018 European tour featured a return Fourth of July show at Aviano Air Force Base to entertain U.S. Troops and families stationed abroad. The tour also included performances in Kirchberg, Haffnerbach, Ober-Grafendorf and Tulln, Austria. Performances in Italy included multiple shows in Lignano and Bibione along the Adriadic Coast, as well as concerts in the Tuscany-Umbria region and at Lake Como.

Selected annually by audition, the group is chosen for superior musicianship, stage presence and “triple threat” accomplishments in singing, dancing and acting. This season’s ensemble of 13 performers, ages 15-19, studies multiple dance disciplines, voice and drama at the Franklin School for the Performing Arts. Electric Youth 2018 includes Mia Fleischer, Aaron Frongillo, Sydney Leach, Hannah Rezendes, Madison Rezendes, Caitlin Woodcock and Lindsey Wyner of Franklin; Caroline Merten of Hopedale; Kelsey Breslin of Hopkinton; Naomi Fitzgerald, Caroline Wilkins and Griffin Wilkins of Walpole; and Susauna Wickstrom of Wrentham.

The EY singer-dancers are backed by Boston musicians who’ve performed, recorded and toured with music legends including Tony Bennett, Aretha Franklin, Dizzy Gillespie, Alicia Keys, B.B. King, Diana Ross, The Temptations, Van Morrison and many others. EY’s show band features Garrett Gleason on guitar, Kenny Hadley on drums, Bill Miele on bass, Artie Montanaro on trombone, Walter Platt on trumpet, Ken Reid on tenor saxophone, Ben Whiting on baritone saxophone, and Raye Lynn Mercer on piano. Mercer also is the group’s Director, and Hallie Wetzell is the Vocal Director. Under the direction of Mark Poniatowski, musical arrangers for Electric Youth are Rick Hammett, Jeff Perry, Walter Platt, Poniatowski, Mark White and Ben Whiting. Choreographers include Mercer, Casey Andrade, Amanda Dubois, Ali Funkhouser, Cheryl Madeux, Nick Paone and Kellie Stamp.

Electric Youth has released six professional albums and toured Europe 14 times, with performances at England’s Arundel Festival, Disneyland Paris, professional theaters in Bristol, London and Windsor, and such renowned venues as Sanremo’s Ariston Theatre and Vienna’s Konzerthaus, Musikverein and Schonbrunn Palace. EY also has headlined Fourth of July shows for American troops and families stationed in Italy at Camp Ederle, Camp Darby and Aviano Air Force Base. The ensemble has performed on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, on Fox-TV and WBZ Radio, and at Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, Mechanics Hall, the Smithsonian Museum Theater, the United Nations and the American Embassy in Rome.

The EY summer concert in Franklin also will feature a performance by Future Shock, a select children’s ensemble of students, ages 6-13. For more information about Electric Youth, visit To learn more about the Franklin School for the Performing Arts, call (508) 528-8668 or visit

Electric Youth To Perform Free Summer Concerts
Electric Youth To Perform Free Summer Concerts

FTC Scam Alert: Online love asking for money? It’s a scam.

Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information
by Carol Kando-Pineda
Attorney, Division of Consumer and Business Education

While plenty of successful relationships begin online, scammers also use online dating sites, apps, and chat rooms to trick you into sending them money. These impostors create fake profiles to build online relationships, and eventually convince people to send money in the name of love. Some even make wedding plans before disappearing with the money. 

It's a big problem: reports to the FBI about online romance scams tripled between 2012 and 2016, and impostor scams were among the top reports to the Federal Trade Commission for both the general population and the military community.

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Franklin Residents: the Town Clerks Office will be closed at 1 pm during the week of July 16

Attention Franklin Residents: the Town Clerks Office will be closed at 1 PM during the week of July 16

Town Clerks Office will be closed at 1 PM during the week of July 16
Town Clerks Office will be closed at 1 PM during the week of July 16

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

DelCarte Conservation Area parking area and playground will be closed on Thursday, July 12

The DelCarte Conservation Area parking area and playground will be closed on Thursday July 12, 2018 for tree work. 

Thank you for your cooperation.

DelCarte Conservation Area parking area and playground will be closed on Thursday, July 12
DelCarte Conservation Area playground will be closed on Thursday, July 12

This was shared from the Town of Franklin page

Actually this is good timing, the next herbicide treatment is also scheduled for this day so it will be good to get both done at the same time.
More info on the herbicide treatment can be found here

“Jazz In July” Highlights THE BLACK BOX Summer Concert Series

THE BLACK BOX third annual Summer Concert Series presents “Jazz in July,” featuring Steven Kirby’s “Illuminations” Project on Friday, July 20, followed by the Kenny Hadley Big Band on Friday, July 27. Both shows begin at 8 p.m. at the downtown Franklin theatre, music and event venue.

Steven Kirby is an award-winning guitarist/composer and an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. He has appeared on more than 25 released recordings and toured in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., the Caribbean, Europe, China and Africa. Kirby’s music is most categorized as contemporary jazz, but it is influenced by a variety of genres. His compositions have won awards in the International Songwriting Competition, Billboard Song Contest and DownBeat, and his music has been played on over 100 radio stations in this country and internationally. 

The “Illuminations” Project is Kirby’s newest compositional and performance endeavor. Described as “richly textured, multi-layered, ebullient and lyrical jazz,” it showcases original compositions and arrangements, as well as some creative arrangements of standard tunes, using a quintet of instrumentalists and a singer performing both wordless and lyrical vocals. “Illuminations” was an Editor’s Pick in the prestigious jazz publication, DownBeat.

The critically acclaimed 16-piece Kenny Hadley Big Band, led by drummer Kenny Hadley, boasts masterful musicians with performance ties to Big Band legends Woody Herman, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich and more. The renowned ensemble has shared the stage with such notables as the Count Basie Orchestra and the Duke Ellington Orchestra and has hosted guest soloists including Clark Terry and Louie Bellson. Hadley was 14 when he first heard Buddy Rich’s band play live. 

He caught Duke Ellington at The Boston Globe Jazz Festival and saw Basie, Kenton and Ferguson, among the greats, at the tail end of that era. Forming his own band at 23, Hadley has grown that ensemble to showcase a distinguished rotation of some 45 or 50 players. Now more than 30 years later, the Kenny Hadley Big Band continues to wow audiences and keep the Big Band tradition alive.

Tickets to each event are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. THE BLACK BOX, home of the Franklin Performing Arts Company (FPAC), is located at 15 West Central Street in downtown Franklin. A cash bar is available. For tickets and more information, visit or call (508) 528-3370.

16-piece Kenny Hadley Big Band
16-piece Kenny Hadley Big Band

"Mandatory outdoor water restriction on automatic irrigation systems in effect"

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Franklin Town Administrator Jeff Nutting said he doesn’t see many problems with compliance around town, although outdoor water use is currently restricted to one day per week. 
“I have to give people credit,” Nutting said. “I’d say about 98 percent of Franklin residents adhere to it and follow the rules.” 
Nutting said that with about 9,000 customers, it’s vital that everyone adheres to the policy. 
“We use about 2.5 million gallons of water a day in the fall and winter months,” he said. “Compared to potentially 4.5 (million) in the summer. So it’s important to put these restrictions in place.”

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Water Conservation Measures in effect for 2018
Water Conservation Measures in effect for 2018

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Concerts on the Common: Sharon Band and Rob Peters Bubble Man - July 11

July 11
Sharon Band 
Rob Peters - Bubble Man

The main program is scheduled to run on Wednesdays from 6:30 PM  - 8:30 PM. The Children's Programs from 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM. 

You can download a copy of the schedule

Concerts on the Common: Sharon Band and Rob Peters Bubble Man - July 11
Concerts on the Common: Sharon Band and Rob Peters Bubble Man - July 11

The concerts will use the new stage. Franklin's Town Council authorized the purchase last year and it has arrived in time to be used this summer.

stage in the early morning dewy sunlight
stage in the early morning dewy sunlight

full stage view
full stage view

38th Annual Crackerbarrel Classic - Sep 15

Hello Friends,

Just a reminder that on Saturday, September 15, 2018, the 38th Annual Crackerbarrel Classic  5K Road Race for the benefit of residents at Wrentham Developmental Center, Wrentham, mass. will be held. 

I hope that you and your friends can join us again to support such a worthy cause. Pre-registartion is up and running through

See you soon and have a great day!

Rich Katno
Crackerbarrel Classic Race Director

38th Annual Crackerbarrel Classic  5K Road Race
38th Annual Crackerbarrel Classic  5K Road Race

The Wonderful World Of Wine (WWW) On Franklin Radio WFPR 102.9FM

The Wonderful World Of Wine (WWW). You can Now Listen To Our Radio Show On Franklin Radio WFPR 102.9FM. Join Mark Lenzi And Kim Simone exploring all things wine with you!

Wednesdays: 10 AM, 1 PM and 7 PM
Also Saturdays at 9 AM

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Mark C Lenzi
Franklin Liquors
363 East Central St
Franklin MA 02038

The Wonderful World Of Wine (WWW) On Franklin Radio WFPR 102.9FM
The Wonderful World Of Wine (WWW) On Franklin Radio WFPR 102.9FM

In the News: blueberry picking time; former Dean AD recognized

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"From afar, the several acres of 8-foot-tall bushes look like just that - bushes. But a closer look reveals thousands of blueberries ripening in the July heat, most deep-blue and the size of a nickel. 
Blueberry season is here, and Gianetti’s U-Pick-Blueberries Farm is ripe for the picking on Fridays and Saturdays until late August. 
A trip to the produce department, said part owner Pam Gianetti, pales in comparison to visiting a plantation. For $3.95 a pound at Gianetti’s, families can spend hours combing the five-acre property for the perfect pick. 
“The taste is better,” said Gianetti. “I’ve been eating these blueberries since I was 4. We have six different varieties and I can tell which variety I like best. They all have a slightly different taste.”

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the blueberry sign on Union St at Gianetti's
the blueberry sign on Union St at Gianetti's

"Former Dean College director of athletics John Jackson joined two other athletic administrators being inducted into the National Alliance of Two-Year College Athletic Administrators Hall of Fame recently. 
Jackson, who was named the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year on three separate occasions (2002, 2010 and 2014), will be inducted alongside Ron Case, the former athletic director at Rowan College-Gloucester County and Mary Ellen Leicht, the former CEO of the National Junior College Athletic Association. 
The honor for Jackson comes after he spent 37 years in various roles at Dean College — including 27 as the director of athletics. His tenure with the Bulldogs began in 1980 when he took over the men’s basketball program and guided them to 120 wins in ten seasons — the most in the history of the program."

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Monday, July 9, 2018

Franklin Library: Easy Walking and Paddling Guide to the Ten Mile River Watershed - July 10

"Easy Walking and Paddling Guide to the Ten Mile River Watershed" is scheduled for Tuesday, July 10 at the Franklin Public Library at 6:30 PM.

Franklin Library: Easy Walking and Paddling Guide to the Ten Mile River Watershed - July 10
Franklin Library: Easy Walking and Paddling Guide to the Ten Mile River Watershed - July 10

This was shared from the Franklin Library page

Information on other books in the Easy Walks series can be found

In the News: Councilor Jones delayed in Haiti; Brightman cutting wood to fund raise for cancer

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Franklin Town Councilor Glenn Jones was stranded in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti Sunday, where protests escalated over the weekend after a government-backed spike in fuel prices. 
The U.S. Embassy in Haiti issued an advisory urging American travelers there to shelter in place and not to travel to the airport unless they had a scheduled flight. Jones, an electrician, is there working as a volunteer on a building project at a girls orphanage in Leogane, Haiti, where he has volunteered previously through his church. He began the work on Thursday. He and his daughter, Jillian, 17, were in Haiti in April on a similar mission at the same facility. 
Sunday’s advisory followed a slew of demonstration alerts issued by the U.S. State Department in recent days as unrest over fuel prices escalated."

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"Cancer seems to strike a chord with everyone. But harmony is found with a much different cord in Tim Brightman’s backyard. 
For $150, people from Franklin and surrounding communities can have a quarter cord of wood trucked over to their house by Brightman. All proceeds go to the Jimmy Fund through Brightman’s Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) fundraising efforts. 
“If you order a quarter cord of wood to be delivered to your house, you’re going to pay the same price with me as you would with anyone else,” Brightman said. “But all of my money goes to charity. So take your wood and make a donation.” 
Brightman has been raising money for the PMC for 30 years, about half of his life. He starting raising money for cancer soon after his brother, Steve, died at age 36 after a battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma early in life, before a deadly encounter with melanoma later on."

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To donate for this cause

Representative Roy: What's Happening in the District? - July 2018 newsletter

Reforming health care for all

Remarks on Health Care
Following the sudden death of my colleague in February, I was called upon to lead the Committee on Health Care Financing in an effort to continue his work and craft a piece of legislation that bears the name of the late Rep. Peter V. Kocot. Over the last five months that this bill was crafted, I worked with colleagues, patient advocates, community hospitals, physicians, pharmaceutical companies, government officials, and other groups to finish what he started and help us deliver more sustainable methods of improving health care in Massachusetts. 
It was a great honor to be a part of the team that delivered a 160 page reform bill which addresses some of the most pressing concerns in our health care system today – price variation, unnecessary cost growth, consumer engagement, and greater transparency. The bill also harnesses technology and innovation to improve the delivery of care. Massachusetts continues to be a leader in health care and public health areas and this bill will indeed move us further along towards increased accessibility, higher quality, and more affordable health care for all. You will find more details on the bill by clicking here. Click on the image above to watch the video of my floor remarks on the bill.
I hope you and your family had a wonderful July 4th holiday, and I look forward to our continued work together.
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