... Baker suggests structure to shed light on purpose of legal fees paid by Legislature ...... Mass Home Care says Senate health care bill proposes largest funding cut in program's 43-year history ...... After saying he planned to stay on, Attleboro mayor-elect Rep. Heroux plans to resign his House seat ...... Baker says current English language learning law working well for thousands in Massachusetts ...... Contraception bill was good opportunity for Mass. to "send a message" to others, Baker says ...... Sen. Chandler to Gov. Baker at contraception bill signing: "Thank you so much for supporting our work" ...... Women "we will never know about" will make family planning choice thanks to new law, Rep. Haddad says ...... Veteran Rep. Kaufman, 70, of Lexington, will not seek re-election in 2018 ...... Home care bill heads back to Baker with workers still concerned about their own privacy considerations ...... MTF releases look at health care trust funds ...
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BAKER AGAIN EARNS "C" GRADE FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT WORK

By Matt Murphy

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, APRIL 20, 2017....Despite solid marks for its efforts to promote energy efficiency, land conservation and the use of electric vehicles, Gov. Charlie Baker's administration for the second straight year received a middling, but passing grade from leading environmental and energy advocacy groups in 2016.

Seven of the state's most active environmental advocates plan to release a report card on Thursday grading Baker's environmental and energy team with an overall "C" - the same grade given last year.


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