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

Welcome To My Online Office!

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.

It's a privilege serving you in the State Senate and I hope this website will keep our lines of communication open and our partnership strong.

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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
“These new beds in Greenfield signal that the Commonwealth is taking decisive action, and represent a continuing commitment to fight opioid addiction here in Franklin County,” said Senate Majority Leader Stan Rosenberg. “I commend both Governor Patrick and Commissioner Bartlett of the Department of Public Health for taking the swift action necessary to put an end to addiction and begin healing our communities.”
11-21-2014   Press Release
[I]ncoming Senate President Stan Rosenberg, an Amherst Democrat, says he looks forward to working with Baker. He says the two previously worked together when Governor Bill Weld was in office.
11-12-2014   In The News
“Stan was the kid who helped everybody do their homework and get a good grade. He helped everyone do their job,” Whitehead says of Rosenberg’s penchant for helping colleagues think through a particular bill or issue. A long history of that kind of quiet counsel bred a lot of good will that came back to him in the quest for the Senate’s top post.
10-14-2014   In The News
“Patience, persistence and partnership. Without those three elements, we would not be here today,” Rosenberg said. Rosenberg said the facility was so important that he did not mind trying to speak above the sound of a construction crane just a few hundred feet away. “We can’t wait another minute,” he said.
10-08-2014   In The News
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