Welcome! And thank you for visiting my website.
I proudly serve the Third Bristol District, which includes most of my hometown of Taunton and Precinct 6 in Easton.
Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Personnel and Administration, Ranking Member
Representative O'Connell's District Office Hours
are announced weekly
Where: Taunton Public Library, Pleasant Street, Taunton
Just drop in, or call 617.722.2305 for an appointment and avoid waiting time.
Next office hours: Monday, August 11 from 5pm to 6pm
An Act to provide Addiction/Sobriety Solutions through Increased Substance Treatment
More Taxpayer Outrage:
Department of Transitional Assistance
O'CONNELL-HEDLUND EBT REFORM
Taxpayers deserve accountability
We've made progress, but there's more work to do:
* stop self-declarations with no verification
* require yearly audit of DTA
* move fraud unit out of DTA and stop self-policing
* set up special hotline for law enforcement
O’Connell files CHILD SEXUAL PREDATOR PREVENTION ACT
Contact your legislator and ask them to support Representative O'Connell's bills to keep kids safe
Taunton Daily Gazette editorial supports O'Connell's EBT reforms
Representative O'Connell debates EBT reform on WGBH's GREATER BOSTON with Emily Rooney. See it HERE
Read about O'Connell's EBT reform in the Boston Herald here.
Representative O'Connell discusses EBT reforms on the Howie Carr Show.
Representative O'Connell talks about abuse of EBT cards on NECN
Your efforts worked! You stopped H1414 in its tracks!
This bill gives special treatment to adult illegal immigrants between the ages of 18 and 21, allowing them to petition to become wards of the court and avoid deportation by claiming that they were neglected or abandoned at some point in their childhood. It also allows their parents to avoid deportation.
Boston News, Weather, Sports | FOX 25 | MyFoxBoston -- Massachusetts Taxpayers to cover gender reassignment surgery
after Speaker DeLeo addresses the House
Unclaimed Property Information
The files below have been provided by the Treasurer's office. You can click on the file to open it and search for your name.
To file a claim, please contact the Unclaimed Property Division:
888.344.6277 or 617.367.0400
Mail: Department of the State Treasurer
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Unclaimed Property Division
One Ashburton Place - 12th Floor
Boston, MA 02108-1608
My office is also more than happy to assist you as well. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at all:
617.722.2305 firstname.lastname@example.org. Mailing address: State House, Room 237, Boston, MA 02133