Monthly Archives: February 2013

TRANSPORTATION AND HEALTH PROPOSALS: Legislation Endorsed by the Mass Public Health Association

TweetBills submitted by the Governor, by Legislative Leadership, or in response to a media-enflamed crises can go from idea to law very quickly.  The many thousands of other proposals have to wind their way through a very complicated and multi-stage … Continue reading

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ALLSTON-BRIGHTON ON THE MOVE: Boston’s Most Transportation Changing Neighborhood

TweetWhile the Seaport gets all the headlines, of Boston’s traditional neighborhoods it is Allston that is about to undergo the most dramatic change physically, economically, and demographically.  As a result, it is an important case study and indicator of how … Continue reading

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GOVERNOR PATRICK’S FY2014 BUDGET PROPOSAL: A Promising Start To Future Improvement

TweetPolitics is the art of the possible and getting things pass requires placating a broad variety of often competing interests.  All of which makes it hard to be bold or to even fully address complicated issues.  Small, incremental steps are … Continue reading

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