Entries by Jason Lewis

Senator Lewis Files Legislation to Revive the Fair Share Amendment

BOSTON — On Friday, State Senator Jason Lewis (5th Middlesex District) and State Representative James O’Day (14th Worcester District) filed legislation in the State Senate and State House of Representatives to revive the “Fair Share Amendment,” a proposed Massachusetts constitutional amendment that could generate as much as $2 billion in new revenue to support the […]

Gender Equity Bill Signed, Ensuring Fair Coverage in Disability Insurance

BOSTON — A bill filed by State Representative Ruth Balser and State Senator Jason Lewis to prevent gender discrimination in disability insurance was signed into law Thursday by Governor Charlie Baker. In the state-regulated individual insurance market, women pay more than men for the same disability insurance benefits. Filings with the Division of Insurance show […]

Please fill out our brief constituent feedback survey

BOSTON — With a new legislative session beginning in January, State Senator Jason Lewis is preparing his policy agenda and priorities, and is seeking feedback from constituents on the issues that are most important to them and their families. Senator Lewis invites you to fill out a brief survey, which can be found at this […]

Senator Lewis Submits Testimony on National Grid Bill

A letter from Senator Jason Lewis to the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy: December 4, 2018 The Honorable Michael J. Barrett Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy The Honorable Thomas A. Golden House Chair, Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy Dear Chair Barrett and Chair Golden: Please accept this […]

Senator Lewis Accepting Applications for 2019 Winter/Spring State House Internships

Senator Jason Lewis is looking for civic-minded individuals interested in a winter-spring internship in his State House office. State Senator Jason Lewis proudly represents the people of the Fifth Middlesex District of Massachusetts, which includes the cities and towns of Malden, Melrose, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield, and parts of Winchester. He has been a leader in […]

Senator Lewis to Host Forum on Teen Dating Violence and Sexual Assault

Continuing his “Community Conversations” discussion series, Senator Jason Lewis is pleased to host an upcoming conversation on education, prevention and survivor support strategies in the challenging areas of teen dating violence and sexual assault. “Community Conversations” are issue discussions delving into a different timely topic at each forum, with ample opportunity for residents to share […]

Senator Lewis Supports Passage of Budget Bill Investing in Local Priorities

BOSTON, MA – The Massachusetts Legislature passed a budget bill which invests in local community priorities, such as school security, road and bridge repairs, and municipal snow and ice removal relief, in addition to responsibly contributing to the state’s “rainy day” stabilization fund and supporting other fiscal and policy priorities. Senator Jason Lewis supported the […]

Celebrating the Tri-Community Greenway

You may have noticed a brand new recreational trail coming to life over the past year. The new 6.6 mile Tri-Community Greenway starts at Ginn Field in Winchester and ends at Recreation Park in Stoneham. The paths are paved, the crosswalks are painted, and the markers are set. Just a few more weeks of work […]

State Legislature Invests in Municipal Police Training in Massachusetts

BOSTON – The state legislature passed An Act relative to the municipal police training fund and the bill was recently signed into law by Governor Charlie Baker. This legislation creates a new, dedicated funding stream to ensure that municipal police officers get all the specialized training they need without burdening already stretched local budgets. The […]

Senator Lewis Applauds Passage of the BRAVE Act, Improving Benefits & Services for Veterans, Active Military Members & Families

BOSTON — Senator Jason Lewis is pleased to announce the passage of the “BRAVE Act,” a new law that will expand benefits and increase access to a range of services for veterans, active-duty military and their families. Understanding the sacrifice that military personnel and their families make not only while on active duty, but also […]