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Subject: Sign the petition! Governor Baker, Speaker DeLeo and Senate President Spilka: Invest in Communities
I signed a petition on Action Network telling Govenor Baker, Speaker DeLeo and Senate President Spilka to Invest in Communities .
1) No capital bond money for new jails or prisons 2) Cut the DOC budget 3) Cut the sheriffs budget 4) Fund communities this includes housing, healthcare, community lead organizations and economic developments. The legislature needs to address a lack of investment in predominantly Black and Brown communities and an over-investment in their criminalization. Massachusetts has one of the lowest rates of incarceration in the country, yet we spend more money than any other state on jails and prisons. Families for Justice as Healing
Can you join me and take action?
Posted 4/27/2020 @9:27am
67 out of 191 prisoners at MCI-Framingham have tested positive for the coronavirus (April 26)
MCI-Framingham reported that more than a third of its prisoners have tested positive with COVID-19.
Out of 191 prisoners at the state’s only female prison, 67 have contracted the virus, according to data from county sheriffs and the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
Fourteen staff members have also tested positive for the disease.
Below, see a full graph from the the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts outlining positive cases as reported at prisons across the commonwealth:
Civil rights and public health advocates have been urging Gov. Charlie Baker to step up his response to curbing the spread of COVID-19 in state prisons and jails.
Posted 4/27/2020 @9:27am (NEW)
There were 80,345 new unemployment claims in Massachusetts last week (April 23)
More than 80,000 people filed for unemployment benefits in Massachusetts last week as the state becomes a coronavirus hotspot.
Data released by federal officials on Thursday shows more than 4.4 million laid-off workers applied for unemployment benefits nationwide last week. There were 80,345 new claims in Massachusetts.
Roughly 650,000 people have filed for unemployment in Massachusetts in the last five weeks.
The Massachusetts death toll in the coronavirus pandemic surged past 2,000 on Wednesday. Public health officials said there were 221 new deaths, pushing the overall toll to 2,182.
It was the most deaths reported in a single day since the outbreak in Massachusetts began, and the first time the state has recorded more than 200 in a day.
There were more than 1,700 new cases reported Wednesday, bringing the number of confirmed cases close to 43,000.
— Associated Pres
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