Wednesday Jul 23
The Wall Street Journal
Barney Frank Challenges GOP's 'Too Big to Fail' Arguments
Former Rep. Barney Frank appears before the House Financial Services Committee at a hearing on "Assessing the Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act Four Years Later" on July 23. On Wednesday, Barney Frank came back to the committee he used to lead to defend the financial overhaul law he helped create.
With unopposed races, Mass. shortchanges democracy
Five of the Bay State's nine US representatives - Richard Neal, James McGovern, Joseph Kennedy, Michael Capuano, and Stephen Lynch, all Democrats - are running unopposed in this fall's midterm contests, with no challengers in either the primary or general election.
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BLET Legislative Reps meet for training
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen , a division of the Teamsters Rail Conference, held a series of training classes for state legislative representatives at the Teamsters headquarters in Washington, D.C., last week.
Barney Frank Urges LGBT Community To Vote Against Gay Republican Candidate
The campaign for Massachusetts' 6th Congressional District has received a significant amount of national attention this cycle, in large part because Richard Tisei, the challenger in the race, could become the first openly gay Republican elected to Congress.
Charlestown Officials Speak Out on Surrounding Communities Agreement
Editor's Note: The following letter was submitted by RA/SS Advocacy Group of Charlestown.