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Over the last week, a number of my bills were reported out of committee. I’m thankful that these pieces of legislation will be moving to the next step of the legislative process.An Act relative to health insurance for surviving spouses was reported favorably from the Joint Committee on Public Service. This bill would allow surviving spouses to remain on their former spouse’s insurance even if they remarry. Mass RetireesAn Act to promote public safety and certainty related to child deaths was reported from the Joint Committee on Public Health. This bill would ensure that the Chief Medical Examiner would certify the results of any autopsy conducted in their office with regards to children under the age of two.An Act to improve access to breastfeeding care was reported out favorably from the Joint Committee on Public Health. This bill would license lactation consultants who hold the national credential of the International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Licensure of IBCLCs is needed to enable individuals in our state to use their insurance to pay for specialized lactation care & services.An Act to improve access to emergency contraception was reported favorably by the Joint Committee on Public Health. This bill would create a statewide standing order for emergency contraception and eliminate the statutory training requirement for dispensing emergency contraception. Reproductive Equity NowAn Act to restrict the use of polystyrene was reported favorably by the Joint Committee on Public Health. This bill would prohibit food establishments from dispensing food to customers in disposable food service containers made from expanded polystyrene. Mass Sierra Club Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) ... See MoreSee Less

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I will be holding a winter celebration and a chance to connect in person on legislative updates and constituent concerns. Join me and bring your family for hot coffee, hot cocoa, and donuts on Saturday, December 11th from 10 AM-12 PM at Raymond Park 106 Raymond Street, Cambridge MA. Email or call 617-722-2060 to let us know that you'll be there.If you are able to join me, please consider bringing a box of diapers that will be donated to the Cambridge Community Center. You will have a chance to meet Executive Director Darrin Korte who has helped lead the Center’s ongoing critical role in helping Cambridge families with a food pantry that also supplied toiletries and diapers. Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui and possibly several other municipal leaders will stop by to say hello to me and you. I am looking forward to seeing you there. ... See MoreSee Less

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