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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Boston, MA- Massachusetts State Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst) today announced the launch of a major initiative to reform the state’s welfare to work and job training programs with the aim of creating more opportunities for people to move from public assistance to the workforce. The “WorkFirst Initiative” will be led by Senate President Pro Tempore Marc Pacheco (D-Taunton) and will include other senators with relevant expertise.
02-17-2015   Press Release
"He wants more transparency and more engagement, which is why the new Senate rules call for all votes, in committee and on the floor, to be posted online, and for at least 48 hours to pass between a committee release of a bill and the time it’s brought to the floor. That may seem like a small deal, but those reforms have been sought for decades."
02-13-2015   In The News
"That is why the state Senate’s listening tour, which began yesterday in western Massachusetts, is a refreshing reversal. It’s also a smart way for newly elected Senate President Stanley Rosenberg to begin his term."
02-13-2015   In The News

WORCESTER — Residents and advocates representing a wide range of interests took the state Senate up on its offer to listen at UMass Medical School's Aaron Lazare Medical Research Building Wednesd

02-13-2015   In The News

"State Senators are spending their day learning about concerns people have in different communities"

02-13-2015   In The News
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