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Cape Cod Times
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Spend an hour discussing contemporary issues with state Sen. Daniel Wolf and you'll no doubt end up emotionally and intellectually exhausted. His brain works like an Intel chip inside an Apple computer, processing countless bits of data per minute. Tha...
Provincetown Banner
Thursday, October 16, 2014
PROVINCETOWN — Twenty-five years ago today, a 32-year-old Dan Wolf set off from Provincetown in a Cessna 402 and piloted it across Cape Cod Bay toward Boston. Wolf, now a Mass. state senator, recalled his business partner Craig Stewart sitting shotgun,...
Cape Cod Times
Friday, July 25, 2014
Imagine a world where children are not safe at home. Imagine a world where police have no control over violence, gangs rule the streets, and children are sold. Imagine a world where parents know their child's best chance for survival is to travel no...
Commonwealth Magazine
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century must be taken as a profound challenge. Piketty’s big thesis is that wealth and capital must accumulate and concentrate—it’s the inherent nature of our economic system. It’s happened before,...
Cape Cod Times
Monday, May 19, 2014
Vibrant town centers. A growing and sustainable economic base. Sufficient and affordable housing. Open spaces that preserve the Cape's character, vistas and landscapes. Year-round jobs that pay livable wages. Most of us share a vision for o...
Boston Globe
Sunday, May 11, 2014
Casino backers know they’re in trouble if an initiative to repeal gambling legislation goes before voters in November. The polls are too close for comfort. So a new front has opened in the fight to keep the question off the ballot: If voters turn bac...
Cape Cod Times
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
MASHPEE — The latest attempt to block a 1.9-acre oyster farm in Popponesset Bay has a Mashpee shellfisherman and Cape Cod officials steamed over what they say is a blatant attempt to thwart local control. An amendment was slipped into the state budge...
State House News Service
Thursday, January 16, 2014
BOSTON, JAN. 16, 2014……The State Ethics Commission added a major exemption to its regulations Thursday, permitting state and municipal employees and elected officials to hold financial interest in public contracts as long as they do not participate in...
Cape Cod Times
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
About a month after halting his run for governor, state Sen. Daniel Wolf returned nearly $150,000 in donations to his short-lived campaign. In a letter accompanying the checks, the Cape Air founder said he was reimbursing supporters to fulfill a campai...
Cape Cod Times
Friday, December 6, 2013
The decision by NStar — or better put, the larger corporate conglomerate Northeast Utilities — to resume spraying herbicides on rights-of-way across the Cape and Martha's Vineyard is more than a slap in the face of our communities. It disrespects demo...