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Private Officer Breaking News: Death Benefits for Families of Fallen Massachusetts Responders Doubled (Boston MA April 1 2017) The governor of Massachusetts this week signed a law that doubles death benefits for families of fallen first responders. Massachusetts State Police Col. Richard McKeon told reporters that the change is "morally the right thing to do."
Romney left Massachusetts with a huge increase in its debt, raised fees in lieu of taxes, made the state 47th in job creation and only signed, not created, our health care law and ridiculed the state in speeches around the country while governor.Romney was a failure as governor because he increased the state's debt, made the state 47th in job creation, increased fees instead of taxes and ridiculed the state in speeches around the country while still governor.
Elbridge Gerry (1744-1814) is the only singer of the Declaration of Independence buried in the mid-Atlantic region. After the Revolutionary War, he served in the MA legislature and was governor when a redistricting bill became the butt of political jokes because a major district looked like a salamander, thus "Gerrymander" into the political lexicon.(R29/S9)
Banned in Boston is a madcap musical revue featuring some of Boston's most illustrious people. Last year's cast included Governor Deval Patrick and First Lady of Massachusetts Diane Patrick, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Martha Coakley, Mayor Menino, and Aerosmith's Tom Hamilton! So forget all your troubles, come have a cocktail (or two), and laugh it up at Banned in Boston. Proceeds benefit Urban Improv, the nationally acclaimed violence prevention program that is making a profound difference in…
Mitt Romney is an American businessman and politician who served as the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007. He was the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. #Bobblehead #RoyalBobbles
The Powder Alarm: on September 1, 1774, British general Thomas Gage, military Governor of Massachusetts Bay, ordered British troops to seize the gunpowder from the main provincial magazine near Boston in an effort to reduce the availability of powder and firearms to the Colonists. This attempt to control the colony's arms resulted in a surge in the efforts of the colonists to secure arms and munitions for the militia and is considered the dress rehearsal for the battles of Lexington and…