While not all of this spending is coronavirus-related, it’s easy to see how some vendors have found new opportunities with the pandemic.
“It was sort of testing the water with it, seeing what [evictions] they can get away with. This legislation stopped folks in their tracks before it caught on.”
“Most prisons and many jails have done very little to reduce the population density that puts both incarcerated people and staff at grave risk.”
To keep people locked up despite the looming threat of coronavirus, officials are claiming prisoners lack community ties. Advocates and family members say that’s not the case.
This marketing company with political ties is getting paid millions to “humanize” the MBTA brand