Hello faithful reader and thanks for your support. We here at MTR have some great news. We are “moving” to the Massachusetts edition of News Platoon. The Mass News Platoon is in “soft launch” mode while our growing community familiarizes itself with the new site, writing schedules, etc. Our focus: free markets, fiscal reform and restraint, and Transparency as always. We will also be doing reporting on news stories affecting Massachusetts citizens. Building a sense of community is essential to any journalistic endeavor and Mass Transparency Review/Mass News Platoon is no different. If you would like to write for our site, send a newstip, story suggestion, please drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and hope to see you around.
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Is this an example of the prudent use of public dollars? It’s certainly an example of the rich getting richer. And by the way, “the Feds” aren’t spending millions on Kennedy’s legacy. The Taxpayer is.
The rhetoric is more apocalyptic than the reality of the situation.
promises transparency and accountability. We’ll see.
Authors wanted for this blog; must be passionate about bringing greater accountability to Massachusetts government. Also, please join our Google Group; click here for info.
Special thanks to Representative Polito. She is clearly an energetic, hard working and sensible public servant. We need more like her in our legislative ranks. Topics discussed: MBTA privatization;Pacheco repeal;Capital Gains tax reform; transparency and ethics. Here is the link to the podcast.
Special thanks to tonight’s guests. We look forward to speaking with you both again.
On Thursday, January, 29, 2009, we will launch the inaugural edition of Massachusetts Matters. The radio show/podcast format will compliment this blog and statewide efforts at genuine governmental reform. Special guest: Kamal Jain.
When it comes to enforcement of its Public Recorders laws, residents can expect little in the way of support from the political infrastructure.