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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Advocate for People with Disabilities

Adapted from a United Arc press release:

The United Arc invites the community to attend its 2nd Annual Legislative Breakfast this Friday, February 13th, from 8:30AM to 11AM, at 294 Avenue A in Turners Falls.  The event will include a light continental breakfast and time to speak with legislators.

Public Hearing on Student Loan Debt Monday at GCC

Adapted from a State Representative Paul Mark press release:

Student debt has become an increasingly burdensome and complex issue for many Massachusetts students and their families. With 65 percent of Massachusetts students taking out loans to pay for college, Massachusetts ranks 12th in the nation for number of students carrying debt.  Massachusetts students owe an average $27,200. Nationally, student loan debt has been the only type of consumer debt to rise during the Great Recession and is now the second largest form of household debt, behind home mortgages.

Rep. Mark Brings Public Safety Chair Naughton to Town

Adapted from a State Representative Paul Mark press release:

Rep. Paul Mark will host the House Chair of the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, Rep. Harold Naughton, at weekly office hours in Greenfield on Monday, July 15, from 1 to 3pm.  Rep. Naughton will be in Greenfield as part of a statewide listening tour on gun bills that are currently before the Public Safety Committee in the state legislature.  Area residents are welcome to attend this session and offer their thoughts on the various gun bills before the Public Safety Committee directly to Chairman Naughton.

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