One of the primary duties of a legislator is to make sure that the people he or she represents are not forgotten when it comes to setting budget priorities and allocating state resources. Some might call it getting our fair share of value in return for the investments we must make in the communities of our Commonwealth.
This week, Sen. Richard T. Moore,
D-Uxbridge, sent the following letter to the editors of local and
regional media supporting the workers of Market Basket food stores in
the wake of the firing of CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
Invites constituents to learn the legislative process
Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, announced today that the 73rd Citizensí Legislative Seminar
(CLS) will be held this fall on Tuesday, October 14th and Wednesday, October 15th from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the State House.
Local health care orgs benefit from state Health IT grants
At the release of a new report by the Massachusetts eHealth Institute at MassTech
(MeHI) that highlights the growing adoption and acceptance of health information technologies, or Health IT, by healthcare providers in the Commonwealth, as well as strong consumer support for the use of technologies that electronically store and share health data, last week, Sen. Richard T. Moore emphasized the importance of Health IT to health care advancement and cost containment.
While many high school and college students engage in various recreational activities during the summer, seven students from South Central Massachusetts are serving as interns in the Office of Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge. Those students are: James Riley Barron of Whitinsville; Timothy Gilbert of Sutton; Justin Gualtieri of Douglas; Thomas Holmes of Blackstone; Paul Maurais of Hopedale; Michael Nealon of Uxbridge; and Harry Valentgas of Sutton.