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nico presented in the legislature in January, An Act to ensure equitable health coverage for children (S.677). Thousands of low-income children in Massachusetts are not eligible for MassHealth and only have access to minimum coverage with strict limits on covered benefits, leaving them without all the care they need. Bill S.677 would expand MassHealth coverage to children who would be eligible for MassHealth except for their immigration status. Over 20,000 children would then have access to the care that they need.

“We know that we need a comprehensive strategy to support our families and communities across Massachusetts while building the strong and resilient children the Commonwealth needs for its future success. To do this, we cannot leave certain children out simply because of their immigration status,” said DiDomenico, speaking about the importance of the bill. “Let’s work together to continue and strengthen our Commonwealth’s long-standing tradition of making sure all children in Massachusetts, including

ore of the same foul odor floundering in the Church Street fishwrap this week, it’s called intentional deception, trying as usual to make the mayor look like a villain and bully. At the City Council’s recent committee meeting, the mayor did a professional job of explaining to a whining Councillor Michael McLaughlin that his“know-it-all”public criticism of the Wellness Center – which has serviced over 10,000 residents since its inception at the old high school gymnasium where McLaughlin’s not even a member – is scurrilous. It seems McLaughlin has teamed up with the Church Street fishwrap and fake-news publisher who enjoys inventing fake issues. McLaughlin is Resnek’s boy. The two, along with the local money backers of the fishwrap, will stop at nothing to destroy the reputation of a mayor who has his heart and soul in his job. At Monday’s committee meeting, the mayor had too much class to stoop so low as to bully a “baby” Councillor McLaughlin, but the mayor had to defend the Wellness Center to stop McLaughlin’s nonsensical whining about a fabulous physical fitness facility that pays for itself and is enjoyed by thousands of members since its inception. After the meeting, McLaughlin mumbled about resigning from the City Council. You can bet he won’t. But, if he does resign he’ll do the City Council and voters a favor and take the scurrilous fake-news editor with him. Keep in mind that the real owners of the fishwrap have a vendetta against the mayor for opposing a 19-room rooming house on Ferry Street with one offstreet parking space. Resnek is a joke and very soon he will be exposed as the fraud he is. Stay tuned. The best is yet to come!

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DiDomenico Foundation St. Patrick's Day Celebration a Huge Success O ver 500 people ďŹ lled the Knights of Columbus Hall for the Annual DiDomenico Foundation St. Patrick's Day Celebration. This was the place to be that night with an all-star lineup of elected oďŹ&#x192;cials from throughout the Commonwealth who spoke at the annual Irish roast including: Governor Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, Attorney General Maura Healey, Treasurer Deb Goldberg, Senate President Karen Spilka, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, Auditor Suzanne Bump, Representative Danny Ryan, Councillor Lydia Edwards and even "Donald Trump" made a special appearance. Other notable elected oďŹ&#x192;cials in attendance

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Councillor says different political agendas, false issues divide community eing a city councilor is a great honor and I take pride in representing the people of Everett. Each day I strive to work with my colleagues to maintain meaningful representation for each member of the community I love and call home. Four years ago, I made my first run for political office, campaigning on the idea of bringing civility and a common sense leadership style to the city council chambers. When I served as President of the Council in 2017, I fostered a re-

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tions are self-serving and only seek to tear apart the great progress we have seen in Everett. I will never allow mere propaganda to dictate the business we conduct at city hall. I seek to remind all that we are one team – and that team is EVERETT. Our city is on the cusp of a great deal of positive change with major redevelopment happening everywhere we look. It’s going to take team work and the putting aside of political differences to get us there. It’s is our duty

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OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 18 DiSabatino Of Everett, on March 10, age 98. Beloved husband of Flora (Cirillo) for 75 years. Father of Charles A. Jr., M.D. and his wife Nancy Olson, M.D. of Hamden, CT, Michael of Everett, and Susan Fox and her husband Patrick of Granby, CT. Twin brother of the late Albert and brother of the late Mary McInnis and Frank. Also survived by two grandchildren Brendan Fox of Revere and Kathleen Fox of CT and many nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St., EVERETT, Friday, March 15 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in the St. Anthony Church Everett at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting Hours will be Thursday, from 4â&#x20AC;&#x201C;8 p.m. with complimentary valet parking. Interment will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Charlie was a long time active member of the St. Anthony Parish in Everett.

Charles A. "Charlie" Mary Francis Kirwin Of Everett, on March 7. Age 96. Daughter of the late James and Esther (Sheehan). Sister of the late James, Clare, Gertrude, John, and Patricia Sullivan. Survived by nine nieces and nephews, and three grand nieces and nephews. In lieu of ďŹ&#x201A;owers, donations in Mary's memory may be made to Disabled American Veterans.

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