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Allston-Brighton, Cambridge, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett and West End of Boston

State Senator Sal DiDomenico

Welcome to my website.  I hope you will use this as a resource for constituent services and a tool find out more about the work I do in the State Senate to further our community and Massachusetts’s common goals and interests.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or need any assistance. It is an honor to serve you in the Massachusetts Senate representing the people of Allston-Brighton, Cambridge, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett and West End of Boston. I look forward to continue working for you as we move our Commonwealth forward.

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06/22/2018 - Press Release

BOSTON – Today, Senator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate unanimously passed legislation to ban certain toxic chemical flame retardants from children's products, including toys and nap mats, upholstered furniture, window dressings, carpeting, and bedding that has been made or sold in the state. Senator DiDomenico is a co-sponsor of this legislation and has been a longtime supporter of its passage.

06/14/2018 - Press Release

June 14, 2018

BOSTON – Today, the Massachusetts Senate voted to pass S.2545, An Act to promote a clean energy future, sponsored by Senators Marc Pacheco and Mike Barrett. This legislation represents a firm stand by the Senate to ensure a healthier, cleaner Commonwealth for future generations of Massachusetts residents. Most importantly, the policies enacted in this legislation will have measurable benefits in the health of the global environment.

06/07/2018 - Press Release

June 7, 2018

BOSTON – Today, Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate voted to engross H.4539, An Act Relative to Firearms. The legislation allows a judge to order the immediate suspension and surrender of any license to carry firearms from an at-risk person when petitioned by that person’s family or household member. Such an order is called an extreme risk protection order (ERPO). The bill is also known as the ‘red flag’ or ‘ERPO’ bill.