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Pressley: no military weapons for police
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Pressley: no military weapons for police
Last week several progressive lawmakers, led in part by Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, urged the federal government to end the transfer of military weapons to local law enforcement through administrative action.
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Pressley hosts meeting on hunger
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Pressley hosts meeting on hunger
At some point in August 2020 while the COVID-19 pandemic was raging, Denise Lauers exhausted her savings and began looking for help feeding herself and her two sons.
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Pelosi discusses children’s mental health
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Pelosi discusses children’s mental health
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and members of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation, including Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, met with staff from the Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) Saturday to discuss behavioral health care and hospital staffing, in an event billed as a roundtable about the impact of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) on health care.
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Pressley seeks reforms to clemency process
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Pressley seeks reforms to clemency process
Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley introduced legislation in the House of Representatives Dec. 9 that would restructure the United States clemency system to allow more individuals in prison to be pardoned or have their sentences commuted.
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Elected officials call for federal housing relief
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Elected officials call for federal housing relief
Massachusetts elected officials gathered Wednesday to advocate for the inclusion of funds for housing-related provisions in the Biden administration’s Build Back Better reconciliation bill.
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