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

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T he founders of our Commonwealth, 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 online office to share your opinions, ask questions, look for answers, and find out more about the work I do to further our common causes across our district and across Massachusetts. Our strength in this state has always been our people – with this website I hope to bring you into the State House with me, increasing transparency, conversation, and access so that you may always have an open door to my office.

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BOSTON – Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst) lauded today’s decision of the United States Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges, saying the landmark ruling in favor of LGBTQ equality “affirms the fundamental principles that are enshrined in our founding documents.
06-26-2015   Press Release
Join Senate President Rosenberg and members of the MA Senate for a Commonwealth Conversations Twitter Town Hall on Wednesday, June 17th.
06-16-2015   Press Release
"Rosenberg said the opinion affirmed the Senate was within its rights to propose changes to tax law in its 2016 budget. He also argued that the Senate’s proposed tax changes addressed an important matter.'What the Senate’s action did was put on the agenda, and bring up for discussion, this idea that we need to address income inequality,' Rosenberg told reporters."
06-15-2015   In The News
Many of the reforms emerged from a “justice reinvestment” process, undertaken by 33 states, in which [there is] a legislative package aimed at cutting corrections costs and pouring some of the savings into programs designed to curb recidivism.The Council on State Governments has provided technical assistance in 21 justice reinvestment states. And Senate president Stanley C. Rosenberg is pushing to bring the group to MA.
06-09-2015   In The News
Boston, MA-Today the Massachusetts State Senate filed a legal brief with the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) outlining the Senate’s position that the budget passed by the House of Representatives in April is a “money bill.” On May 22nd the House disagreed with the Senate’s position and requested an advisory opinion from the SJC.
06-05-2015   Press Release
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