art“The best way to win someone’s trust is to tell the truth; clearly, forcefully, directly” -Stan

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The founders of our country, with their quill pens and parchment, probably never imagined that information, the soul of democracy, could move at the speed of light. I hope you will use this electronic office to share your opinions, ask questions, look for help with state agencies, and find out more about what I do to further our common causes across the district from Northampton to Northfield. Our strength in our district has always been our people – with my new website I hope to bring you into the State House with me, and increase transparency, conversation, and access so that you may always have an open door to my office.

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State Senator Stan Rosenberg of Amherst, who is expected to become the next Senate president, said the Massachusetts economy is driven by innovation and the development of new technologies and approaches is creating more opportunities in manufacturing. "Our colleges and universities are working more and more closely with the private sector to ensure the curriculum is integrated into the work environment."
12-16-2014   In The News
"It is an innovation state," said State Sen. Stanley Rosenberg, D-Amherst, expected to be the next state Senate president. Rosenberg said it is important that colleges and universities like UMass, as well as trade schools, align their courses of study with industry needs.
12-16-2014   In The News
“He’s a person who is deeply concerned about the level of distrust in government that exists in the country, and to some degree in Massachusetts,” Whitehead said. “I think he will seek to conduct the business of the Senate in a way that will, over time, reduce whatever portion of that distrust may be focused on the state Senate.”
12-05-2014   In The News
“Both Speaker DeLeo and I worked with Charlie Baker when he was secretary of administration and finance,” Rosenberg said. “We were able to reach across the aisle. We didn’t always agree, but we almost always found common ground upon which to build solutions.”
12-05-2014   In The News
On Thursday, Americans will celebrate our many blessings, national and personal, with a traditional meal reminiscent of the feast attributed to the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony in 1621.
11-27-2014   Press Release
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