Month: January 2016

Sen. Eric Lesser Votes with Mass. Senate to Pass Pay Equity Bill

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Sen. Eric Lesser Introduces Longmeadow Special Olympics Skier Kevin Greenberg to Mass. Senate

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Sen. Eric Lesser, lawmakers tout tourism, visit Springfield Museums

Senate Passes Bill Requiring Hands-Free Cell Phone Use

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Sen. Lesser Submits Letter Urging Improved Access to Handicap Placards in Western Massachusetts

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Springfield

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Hampden

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Sen. Eric Lesser Reads to Fourth Graders at Fairview Elementary School

CHICOPEE, MASS. – Sen. Eric P. Lesser visited Fairview Elementary School in Chicopee Monday, Jan. 11 to read aloud and promote civic engagement to fourth grade students.

“Early literacy is one of the key drivers to our children’s educational success,” Sen. Lesser said. “Link to Libraries is at the forefront of efforts to improve literacy in Western Mass, and I’m happy to support it through participation in their Read Aloud programs.”

Sen. Lesser read “Heart on Fire: Susan B. Anthony Votes for President,” a story on the life of Susan B. Anthony’s quest for women’s suffrage and equality under the law. He also discussed the importance of civic engagement and exercising one’s right to vote.

Sen. Lesser’s visit was organized through Link To Libraries, a local nonprofit organization that aims to enhance early language and literacy skills in children residing in Western Massachusetts.

The visit was one of several Sen. Lesser has made to support literacy-based programming in his district.

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