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House Rejects Baker’s Healthcare Proposal
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON — Describing it as a three-legged stool, House Minority Leader Brad Jones said it appears “the game plan is written” as lawmakers were on the verge Wednesday of sending Gov. Charlie Baker $200 million in new employer health care fees and a reduct…
Mitchell Says City Needs More Say in Own Finances
Now that Massachusetts has passed a budget for Fiscal Year 2018, New Bedford can start making plans based on what kind of funding and local aid it will receive from the state.
In his weekly appearance on WBSM, Mayor Jon Mitchell said that is helpful, but that there are still a number of ways in which…
Mitchell: Public ‘Let Down’ By City Council in Budget Vote
New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell isn't happy with the way the City Council narrowly avoided a shutdown of city government when they passed the Fiscal Year 2018 budget Monday night.
In his weekly appearance on WBSM, Mayor Mitchell named those he felt understood what was at stake--namely Joe Lopes, Debor…
Barry Richard – Retiring Outside Of The U.S.? Many Have
Many people who near retirement age begin to think about how they might like to live out their "golden years," and where. Ever think about retiring to another country? A lot of folks have.
According to the Social Security Administration 17 percent of those who retired between 2010 a…
Keating Praises Supreme Court Decision On ACA
Congressman Bill Keating welcomed the latest ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that upheld a section of the Affordable Care Act that provided taxpayer subsidies for low-income residents in nearly three dozen states that have not set up health insurance exchanges.

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