“We should only be able to have seven passengers on the bus so they can keep that amount of distance between them. But that is not happening.”
“These men and women are the anonymous heroes of the coronavirus pandemic and are among those who least can afford to lose their wages and benefits during this crisis.”
Despite a relative win for recycling workers, living wage advocates pledge to keep on fighting
Will Boston set a new regional precedent and finally pay recycling workers a living wage?
Some cause for hope in new tenant protection legislation being filed at the State House Yesterday, I saw some good news in the local press. A rarity to be sure. The Boston Globe reported that Rep. Mike Connolly and a coalition of other state legislators are about to file a rent control bill. However, […]