It’s time for Senator Brown to vote for Massachusetts
When he took office, Senator Brown promised that he would be an independent thinker and that he would protect Massachusetts.
Now, the Commonwealth stands to lose $685 million if Senator Brown votes against a bill that would provide Massachusetts with desperately needed federal funds.
It’s time for Senator Brown to stand up!
Along with losing $685 million of Medicaid payments if Scott Brown votes no, Massachusetts will lose:
- Tax credits for small businesses
- An extension of unemployment benefits
- Better funding for our public schools and public higher education system
Come join a coalition of unions, religious groups, advocacy organizations, senior organizations, health care workers and building trade workers in asking Scott Brown to support funding for critical state services!
Monday, June 28th, at 12 noon
JFK Federal Building, Boston (Scott Brown’s office)
Corner of New Sudbury and Cambridge Street
The rally is sponsored by: UFCW, the Greater Boston Labor Council, the North Shore Labor Council, SEIU/NAGE, 1199SEIU, SEIU 509, SEIU 615, SEIU 888, SEIU State Council, Massachusetts Nurses Association, Mass Building Trades, Massachusetts AFL-CIO, Health Care For All, Mass Homecare, the Mass Senior Action Council, National Association of Social Workers, Massachusetts Teachers Association, Boston Council for Independent Living, Stavros, the Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts, Ethos, the Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers and Scientists, Neighbor to Neighbor, the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, Partners Healthcare and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. And the coalition is growing daily.
Tell the Senate to Pass the "Tax Extenders" Bill
This important bill provides essential Medicaid funding (FMAP) relief for states to help ameliorate urgent budget crises that continues to weaken the economy, extends unemployment and benefits to help struggling families; and extends the deduction for educators' out-of-pocket classroom supply expenses.
Urge the Senate to pass the Keep Our Educators Working Act