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Grossman Pushes Pre-K Education

State treasurer and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steven Grossman is urging business leaders to support a universal pre-kindergarten program for all of the state's children.

In a speech on Thursday to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Grossman called for creation of a public-private partnership that would provide the resources to place some 30,000 children into pre-K programs who are now on state waiting lists, including many from low-income families

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Mass State House

State Lawmakers Begin Budget Review

Massachusetts House and Senate lawmakers are kicking off their annual budget deliberations with a hearing on Gov. Deval Patrick’s $36.2 billion spending plan for the 2015 fiscal year.

House and Senate Ways and Means committees will hear testimony from members of the Patrick administration and other top Beacon Hill officials at Tuesday’s hearing, including state Treasurer Steve Grossman and Attorney General Martha Coakley

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Grossman Calls For More Investment In Voc-Tech Education

State treasurer and Democratic candidate for governor Steve Grossman is pushing for greater state and private investment in vocational-technical education programs to help close what he calls the ``skills gap'' between schools and the job market

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Candidates For Governor Rake In Cash

 

Candidates for Massachusetts governor are stockpiling cash as they prepare for this year's campaign.

Democrat Steve Grossman ended 2014 with more than $984,000 in his account, having raised about $212,000 in December.

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Massachusetts State Treasury
Massachusetts State Treasury

2014 Mass. Candidates For Governor Already Raising Big Money

 

The election of Massachusetts' next governor won't happen until next November, but candidates for the state's top political office are already busily stockpiling money.
 
    Democratic state Treasurer Steven Grossman has the most cash on hand in his account, more than $847,000, but Republican Charlie Baker has been pulling in contributions at a faster clip recently, outpacing all other GOP and Democratic candidates in the past two months.
 

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Coakley Focused On Re-Election In 2014

Attorney General Martha Coakley says the surprise decision by Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray to skip the governor's race next year has not changed her own political plans.
 
    Coakley on Wednesday all but ruled out a run for governor, saying attorney general is a great job and she remains focused on re-election in 2014

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