Author Archives: KarynPolito

More Evidence That Some State Officials Are Out-of-Touch

( – promoted by EaBo Clipper) I’m one of a handful of state legislators who have been arguing for years that the single biggest problem in Massachusetts is affordability. Families can’t afford to live in this state anymore, and businesses can’t afford to operate here. Meanwhile, most state legislators and leaders have not only largely ignored this problem, they’ve actually…

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House Transportation Debate

( – promoted by DD4RP) The House has started debating the transportation bill that came out of the conference committee last night. My initial impression is that this bill could be bad news for Massachusetts motorists. Please check out this link to see a statement I just released to the press: Statement of Rep. Polito You can also check out…

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Let’s Put a Limit on Legislative Terms

(Absolute power corrupts absolutely.  King Sal served for 3 decades.  Nice job. – promoted by DD4RP) Hi RMG readers, I just wanted to make you aware of a proposal I filed today to put 12-year term limits on state legislators in Massachusetts. Please check out the press release I just sent out to the media, along with a copy of…

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Transportation “Reform” Bill Falls Short Of Real Reform

Hello RMG readers, Yesterday, the House of Representatives debated well into the night about a transportation reform bill. Only seven members voted against it, including me. Here’s a statement I put out explaining my vote and my concerns about the bill. I thought you might be interested in reading it. Talk to you again soon. Sincerely, Karyn Polito

State Representative…

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New Taxes On The Horizon

(As of 3:45 today I am a constituent as I officially changed my voter registration to Shrewsbury. I look forward to voting for your re-election in 2010 – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Well, we all knew it was probably coming. Now it’s here. Yesterday, several leading members of the House and Senate were quoted as saying they are considering increases…

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