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- A July 4th Update from Progressive Newton!
- Progressive Newton begins 2nd Round of Raise Up MA Signature Gathering this Saturday, May 10th!!
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- An Update and Dates for 2nd Round of Petition Gathering
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4/8/14 Since my last entry Progressive Newton followed closely as the House of Representatives inched toward passing a minimum wage bill. On March 26, two of us went to Beacon Hill for the Raise Up Massachusetts lobbying day. We were … Continue reading
Progressive Newton has been busy in the early months of 2014! Last fall nearly 100 organizations in the Raise Up Massachusetts coalition collected 285,000 signatures statewide to put raising the minimum wage and earned sick time on the 2014 ballot. … Continue reading
DID YOU KNOW . . . MASSACHUSETTS is 8th now 4th in the US in Income Inequality? How did this happen? How can WE change it? MARCH 22, 2PM, WELLESLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY WITH METROWEST FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, Watch ROBERT REICH’S acclaimed movie “INEQUALITY FOR ALL” … Continue reading
We did it. We just heard from the Secretary of State that the minimum wage and earned sick time petitions have the signatures to move forward towards the ballot in 2014. And right now we need you to do something … Continue reading
Celebrate our First Milestone!! Raise Up Massachusetts Petition Campaign September – November 2013 Progressive Newton, Progressive Needham, Middlesex County RaiseUpMA, & Progressive Massachusetts Are Happy to Invite You to an Open House and Potluck Sunday, November 24, 2013 5:00 – … Continue reading
On Tuesday, Election Day, we had Progressive Newton had its strongest day collecting signatures for RaiseUp MA. Now we have to keep up the momentum during the last 2 weeks. There are still many voters in Newton who haven’t had … Continue reading