As State Representative, Chairman of the School Committee, and a Town Councilor, I was afforded the opportunity to speak in a number of settings. These included graduation ceremonies, student assemblies, and other functions. In preparing remarks for these occasions, I carefully researched, reflected, and considered the audience in crafting my thoughts. Below I have included some of my favorites. They provide additional insight into the ideas that inform my thinking, and provide clues about how I approach issues in the House of Representatives.
- Romney’s health care legacy under attack, just like Obama’s bostonglobe.com/opinion/2017/0… via @BostonGlobe 4 hours ago
- Health bill isn’t reform bostonglobe.com/opinion/2017/0… via @BostonGlobe 4 hours ago
- High court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students bostonglobe.com/news/nation/20… via @BostonGlobe 4 hours ago
- Supreme Court Rejects Education Minimum and requires more for disabled students nyti.ms/2nD9kOc 4 hours ago
- Great bench/bar book discussion on Imbeciles with @adamscohen - shocking but true period in our history is describe… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 day ago