Natick High’s Sunrise Group Wants More Transparency & Climate Focus Legislation in Massachusetts; Hosting Event May 15 on Common

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NATICK – The Natick High School Sunrise group is working in partnership with the People’s House campaign in an effort to effectuate procedural rules changes in the State House and push for progressive and climate focused legislation in Massachusetts, said Lincoln Anniballi with Sunrise Natick.

Sunrise Natick was created in 2020.

Natick High students, invite Natick residents, to join them on May 15, at 11 a.m. on the Natick Common where they will advocate for State Rep. David Linsky to support transparency measures and rules changes in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

During the May 15 action, Sunrise students will be calling for Rep. Linsky to publicly support and vote for basic transparency rules which will be voted on in July, said Anniballi.

Rep. Linsky has openly opposed similar rules changes in the past, voting against public committee votes (a transparency demand) in February, said Anniballi.

Other People’s House focus includes:

  • Implementing a same day voter registration system
  • Better protections for immigrants in Massachusetts
  • More progressive tax system
  • More inclusive and accurate sex-education
  • Combatting wage theft
  • Implementing a universal single payer healthcare system
  • Ending childhood marriage

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