Attend meetings in Somerville from Jan. 2-8 about homeland security and labs on McGrath
Attend meetings on reparations, name changes, police technology and aging elementary schools
City could keep homeless shelter in empty dorm after current contract with state ends in spring
Government abruptly reverses course on ban, providing strong win for international students (updated)
ICE says Harvard, MIT not harmed by new rule as eight more lawsuits filed over student visas
Denied immediate relief in student visa case, universities have to wait for Tuesday hearing
Harvard, MIT set for emergency court hearing against ICE plan to bar international students
Attend meetings on planting more greenery, schools budget, Kendall hotel, coyotes, more
Sunday, February 9, 2020
Attend meetings this week on a $1.2 million plan to plant more trees, the limits of municipal independence in the face of federal immigration enforcement policy, the school district budget, a Kendall Square hotel proposal, a $250 million, four-year school and park project and much more.
To walk the walk on sanctuary city status, come support Welcoming City Ordinance
Sunday, January 19, 2020
In truth, “sanctuary city” status is often a toothless tiger, a soft designation that, while well-intentioned, does not guarantee undocumented immigrants adequate protection. This doesn’t have to be true for Cambridge. A proposal to give the status teeth will be heard Jan. 27.