Read about a few of John’s legislative priorities for the 2019/2020 legislative session below. See the Massachusetts Legislature website for a full list of bills filed this session.

Mental Health and Substance Use

Since his arrival to the Legislature in 2011, John has been one of the leading voices on combating the opioid crisis. Although progress has been made, he knows there is still much work to do. This session, John has filed legislation to help prevent addiction, provide treatment to those suffering, and curb the number of drug related deaths in Massachusetts.

Health Care and Disability Services

Every session, John works on legislation to ensure access to health care for our most vulnerable populations. This includes work on suicide prevention, parity for mental health treatment, greater access to disability services, and better planning and coordination for community health resources.

Working for the Norfolk and Plymouth District

John is always working to make state government more accountable to those it serves. He appreciates the continued engagement from the residents of Quincy, Abington, Braintree, Holbrook, and Rockland, and continues to file legislation aimed at making the Norfolk and Plymouth District an even greater place to call home.