The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

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Recent Library Content

01/21/2021 - DTA
Pursuant to the provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, the Department has temporarily increased the minimum and... Read more
01/06/2021 - DESE
The Department is providing this document for districts to use to continue to engage with students and their families, and to connect... Read more
01/05/2021 - MLRI
MassHealth proposed changed to its estate recovery regulations.  Attached are the comments submitted by MLRI and 13 other organizations... Read more
01/04/2021 - MLRI, GBLS, HLA and HCFA
Attached are comments written by MLRI, GBLS, HLA and HCFA and endorsed by 11 other organizations opposing interim final rules that would... Read more
12/14/2020 - Judge Camille Sarrouf Jr.
Dayanne v. Baker, Middlesex Superior Court, No. 2081CV01893 (J. Camille Sarrouf Jr., Order of Dec. 14, 2020) This was a case brought by an... Read more

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