Senator Markey Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

Medford, Massachusetts – Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) released the following statement endorsing Hillary Clinton for President. “Hillary Clinton is a trailblazer, a leader and my choice to be the next President of the United States of America. Hillary has spent her career fighting for American families and working to ensure they can achieve their […] More »

Mass Live: Senator Edward Markey endorses Joseph Petty in Worcester’s mayoral race

WORCESTER — Calling Worcester “a city on the move,” Senator Edward Markey offered his endorsement to Mayor Joseph Petty on Wednesday morning while visiting Worcester. Markey cited City Square, the expected non-stop commuter train to Boston, improved graduation rates, a lowering unemployment rate and “a sense of real economic movement” when talking about Worcester under […] More »

WHDH Boston: Senator Ed Markey joins community leaders to discuss gun safety

ROXBURY, Mass. (WHDH) – Senator Ed Markey spoke out on gun safety Tuesday during a discussion at Roxbury Community College. The senator spoke with a group of community leaders, clergy and gun issue advocates. Markey said they touched on a number of gun control issues, including the need of federal laws to regulate gun transfers […] More »

MassLive: Democrats announce federal gun control initiative, US Sen. Ed Markey says Congress can’t wait

SPRINGFIELD — A week after a shooter killed nine people and himself at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, U.S. Senate Democrats announced a new initiative to improve background checks for firearms purchasers and to end the so-called “illegal gun pipeline.” The plan, which is among a handful various Democrats have announced in the wake of […] More »

Ars Technica: Net neutrality on chopping block as Democrats fight to save FCC’s rules

Senators Al Franken (D-Minn.) and Edward Markey (D-Mass.) today said they will try to preserve the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules in a budget standoff with Republicans. “ISPs are certainly free to file their suits but until they prevail, and I don’t believe they will, there is no basis for Republicans blocking the FCC […] More »

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