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Meet with Senator Katherine Clark

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Senator Katherine Clark is available to meet with constituents at the Milano Senior Center the 1st Friday of every month from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 


Immediate questions and concerns may be addressed by calling her office at 617-722-1206.

Mark February 25, 2013 at 03:50 PM
What is Katherine Clarks position of allowing boys/men who claim to be transgender, to use the girls/womens room? An 11-page set of guidelines recently distributed by the Massachusetts Department of Education on how to deal with transgender students mandates that such students should now be permitted to use the bathroom they feel most comfortable using. Feel? Most Comfortable? Pretty low threshold one has to meet! Disgusting! I wonder if she'd want to encounter such nonsense? The Herald just ran a story about $1.2M in taxpayer monies going to Sex Offenders for state appointed lawyers, so the Sex Offender can get their offender level reduced. All behind closed doors, without input from the victims. Why is it that Democrats feel the need to protect these pervs? Will Katherine spearhead a bill to change this? Why does Katherine continually allow Millions if not Billions or our tax dollars to go to Illegal Aliens for everything from Healthcare to Welfare all the while Legal Americans kids and their families are threatened with elimination of sports, music, arts along with larger class sizes? Or teachers and parents are forced to buy supplies? Why do Democrats continue to gouge the taxpayer with unnecessary and frivolous waste?
Hector February 25, 2013 at 05:52 PM
She voted against the ban on illegals getting in-state tuition and requiring a Social Security number for government benefits. She also voted against requiring an ID to vote. I know my family and friends will never vote for her.
Mark February 26, 2013 at 01:14 PM
Does Katherine support her fellow Dems in their bid to protect sex offenders? Her constituents and victims of John Burbine would like to know. State Rep. Brian Mannal (D-Barnstable) A freshman state legislator now championing a bill to help convicted sex offenders get taxpayer-funded lawyers has earned more than $139,000 from the state’s public defender coffers in the past several years, according to state records. Mannal also has worked with CPCS to file bills to reduce the registration requirements for sex offenders to 10 years to life — down from 20 years to life — and remove the requirement for GPS monitoring for sex offenders on parole and probation. State Rep. Kay Khan (D-Newton), co-sponsoring the bill to loosen GPS rules on sex offenders. So many questions and so few answers and/or reporters to ask them!

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