Six things to know about Barstow’s farm
June is Dairy Month in Massachusetts. That’s why I joined constituents and Denise Barstow for a tour of her family’s diary farm in Hadley. Denise is an 8th generation farmer. […]
Action to STOP Clawbacks!
It’s been easy to offer strong support for An Act relative to limits on insurers’ retroactive clawbacks for mental health and substance use disorder services (S.589 and H.1078), filed by […]
A View from the Hill: Providers have earned our support; here’s what’s needed
There are many memorable experiences that come during a first term in the Legislature. I won’t soon forget being sworn in and I expect I’ll long remember my first vote. […]
It’s time to change our state seal
Here’s an open letter from me to the good people of Bernardston who are gathering tomorrow night to vote on whether to endorse a piece of legislation to change the […]
Meet my summer intern team
I am thrilled to welcome a number of interns to my team this summer! Working in both the State House and the district offices, interns will work on a variety […]
A Splendid Torch!
This morning, I was deeply honored to be the speaker at the Collaborative for Educational Services’ HEC Academy graduation ceremony. I shared six life lessons I’ve learned along the [...]
Dear Jo: State Sen. Jo Comerford explains the ROE Act
DEAR JO, Near daily news about the strict limits on abortion access being passed in Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, and other states worries me that the Supreme Court might overturn Roe v. […]