Senator Moore and State Representative Hannah Kane (R-Shrewsbury) co-hosted a well-attended Thanksgiving luncheon at the Shrewsbury Senior Center Nov. 13th. Article by Melanie Petrucci as published by the Community Advocate.
Thanksgiving is an opportunity for folks to come together with family, friends and neighbors to celebrate the wonderful things in life. Senator Moore wants to hear from you about what you're thankful for this Holiday Season.
Senator Moore announced that the Senate passed legislation to establish a Comprehensive Adaptation Management Plan in response to climate change. The bill was approved with unanimous support by the legislative body.
Senator Moore announced that the Legislature passed bipartisan legislation that updates the existing statute relative to English language education in the Commonwealth’s public schools. The bill promotes research-based best practices for programs serving English learners (EL).
Senator Moore and Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) announced that Accelerated Media Technologies, Inc. of Auburn has been awarded a grant through the Workforce Training Fund. The Program is administered by the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development.
Senator Moore announced that the Senate voted unanimously to enact legislation that protects access to contraceptives and helps provide quality, equitable healthcare in Massachusetts. The final bill reflects a collaborative approach between legislators, the Coalition for Choice, and a group of health insurance carriers.
Senator Moore and Representative David K. Muradian, Jr. (R-Grafton) joined Northbridge resident George Warren to testify in support of legislation that would commission a feasibility study to relocate a replica of an iconic symbol of American independence—the Liberty Bell.
The Massachusetts State Senate took action to prevent sexual violence on college campuses by passing comprehensive legislation filed by Senator Moore to establish state-level policies for all higher education institutions in the Commonwealth.