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Conflict of Interest Report – Karen Spilka

KAREN SPILKA (D) As Of March 2017, Spilka Has Received $1,001,465.50 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) UNIONS   Major Contributors As Of March 2017, Spilka Has Received At Least $50,000 From Labor Unions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) As Of March 2017, Spilka Has  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Marc Pacheco

MARC PACHECO (D) As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $1,388,634.77 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) ENERGY AND GLOBAL WARMING INTERESTS   Major Contributors In October 2003, Pacheco Received $200 From Peter Romano, President Of The Independent Oil Markets Association. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Antonio Cabral

ANTONIO CABRAL (D) As Of March 2017, Cabral Has Received $ $578,130.99 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) UNIONS   Major Contributors As Of March 2017, Cabral Has Received $7,000 From The Retired Public Employees PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) As Of March 2017,  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Bradley Jones

BRADLEY JONES (R) As Of March 2017, Jones Has Received $931,281.86 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) TAX COLLECTORS   Major Contributors As Of March 2017, Jones Has Received $16,450 From Employees Of PKS Associates, A Municipal Tax Collecting Firm. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Todd Smola

TODD SMOLA (R) NOTE: As Of March 2017, Smola Has Received $311,755.74 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) CONSTRUCTION AND CONTRACTING INDUSTRY   Major Contributors As Of March 2017, Smola Has Received At Least $13,750 From Employees Of Northern Tree Service, A Contracting Firm. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Bruce Tarr

BRUCE TARR (R) As Of March 2017, Tarr Has Received $834,827.49 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) CONTRACTING INDUSTRY Tarr has received $11,500 from major contracting interests. Tarr sponsored bills providing safe harbor for contractors for services, requiring a notice to repair certain construction defects, and making the state  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Anne Gobi

ANNE GOBI (D) As Of March 2017, Gobi Has Received $238,942.78 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) UNIONS Anne Gobi has received at least $21,700 from union interests, primarily public employees. Gobi has sponsored several bills with measures favorable to public sector unions and employees. Major Contributors As Of  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Sal Didomenico

SAL DIDOMENICO (D) As Of March 2017, DiDomenico Has Received $758,294.52 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) UNIONS DiDomenico has received $77,045 from union-related interests, including at least $5,500 from teachers’ unions. Tied to these education unions, DiDomenico has sponsored bills regulating charter schools. More broadly, DiDomenico has sponsored  Full Article…

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Conflict of Interest Report – Rep. James Murphy

JAMES MURPHY (D) As Of March 2017, Murphy Has Received $402,402.06 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17) UNIONS Murphy has received $35,934 from major union-related interests. Murphy has sponsored and co- sponsored several bills relating to protecting workers from wage theft, the prevailing wage, a living wage, and other  Full Article…

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Legislative Pay Raise

The legislature overrode Governor Baker’s Veto of a bill that would raise pay for some members of the legislature by over 45%. The Governor thought that the bill was excessive while members of the legislature were quick to override the veto.

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