Yesterday, the MA Joint Transportation Committee heard testimony on the MA ID Bill – S. 2043/H. 3066 – to make it possible to obtain a MA ID with a fee waiver and with alternative residency requirements so a permanent address is not necessary. Legal identification is critical to obtaining employment, education, financial accounts and of course stable housing. The Network submitted written testimony in support of this bill.

TODAY, the House will debate its Supplemental Budget. Representative Representatives Khan of Newton and O’Day of West Boylston have filed Amendment #45 to the budget that would make this legislative change happen now. Please call or email your Representative TODAY to encourage their adoption of this Amendment.

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Thank you!