Memorial Day Message from Rep. Driscoll

Dear Friends, Although Memorial Day is often noted as the beginning of the summer season and marked with retail sales, it is most importantly a day to honor and remember the servicemen and women who sacrificed all for our country. There’s no question that this year’s Memorial Day will be different. As most traditional activities have been cancelled (or gone virtual), I do not want to miss an opportunity to say a few words to reflect and honor the lives of our country's fallen heroes in the following video message. As always, please feel free to contact my office if we can be of any assistance. Enjoy a safe Memorial Day weekend. Be well,

House Passes Bond Bill to Strengthen State’s IT Infrastructure

BOSTON, MAY 20, 2020 – House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Representative Bill Driscoll, Jr. joined their colleagues in the House to pass legislation authorizing up to $1.7 billion in spending for the improvement of information technology equipment and related projects in Massachusetts. The House voted for the IT financing package – which also contains key funding for food security -- using its remote voting procedures for the COVID-19 emergency. “Now, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, more than ever, everyone realizes the importance of our information technology infrastructure,” House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo (D-Winthrop) said. “These investments will strengthen the resilience of our state and help

Rep. Driscoll to Hold Virtual Office Hours

Please join Rep. Driscoll this upcoming Friday, May 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a virtual office hours session. Constituents are invited to join by phone or video conference to discuss issues facing our district and the Commonwealth. To receive meeting details, please email your name and mailing address to Rep. Driscoll's Legislative Aide at If this date and time doesn't work for your schedule, our office can schedule a separate virtual meeting at a time convenient for you. To schedule a separate meeting, please email your name and mailing address to

Rep. Driscoll Statement on Reopening Massachusetts

MILTON, MAY 19, 2020 - This week Governor Baker unveiled plans aimed at a phased in reopening of Massachusetts. The plans officially mark the executive branch’s transition from a COVID-19 response-only mindset to a more recovery-focused approach. While the pivot point on the calendar might be clear, the clarity of the reopening plans could be better. Many people are confused about the way forward. We all must do our part and remain vigilant as restrictions are relaxed and rewritten. History and infectious disease specialists tell us that a second wave of spread is not only possible, but likely. We each must do our part in preventing a future spike in cases of COVID-19. In the same ways that

Representative goes up Great Blue Hill to cast remote vote

State Rep. William Driscoll went to the top of Great Blue Hill to participate in the House’s first remote vote. By Fred Hanson, The Patriot Ledger MILTON, MAY 8, 2020 — State Rep. William Driscoll, D-Milton, usually casts his votes on bills in the historical House chamber atop Beacon Hill. He was atop another hill when he cast the first remote vote in the history of the Legislature on Wednesday: Great Blue Hill, the highest point in Eastern Massachusetts and the place where the state gets its name. Driscoll had been planning to vote sitting in his car parked in the driveway of his East Milton home to avoid being disturbed by his two young sons: Will, 4½, and Robbie, 1½. But, a bit of time op

A COVID-19 Conversation with Rep. Driscoll & Bob Coughlin of MassBio

In this video, Rep. Driscoll speaks with Bob Coughlin about the COVID19 response from the perspective of MassBio. MassBio is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1985 that represents and provides services and support for the #1 life sciences cluster in the world. MassBio’s mission is to advance Massachusetts’ leadership in the life sciences to grow the industry, add value to the healthcare system, and improve patient lives. More at

House Passes Legislation to Ensure the Fiscal Health of the Commonwealth

Records its first ever remote votes and speeches in the nearly 400-year history of the institution MILTON, MAY 6, 2020 – Atop the Massachusetts namesake “Great Hill,” also known as Big Blue in the Blue Hills Reservation, State Representative Bill Driscoll, Jr. participated in the first ever remote voting formal session along with his colleagues in the House of Representatives to pass legislation that authorizes necessary state borrowing during the COVID-19 public health emergency. “During this time of uncertainty, the House is focused on not only public health, but ensuring the financial health of o ur Commonwealth,” said Speaker Robert A. DeLeo (D – Winthrop). “I am grateful to Chair Michle

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