MA: Year-End Review with Senator Patrick O’Connor

One local legislator is happy with the work he and his office were able to do in 2017.

State Senator Patrick O’Connor is especially proud of the $500,000 that he was able to bring back to his district in 2017.


The Senator is also happy with work done regarding preventing sexual violence on college campuses, securing contraception for women, and passing the Pregnant Workers Fairness act.

Senator O’Connor says that there is still a lot to be done in 2018.


O’Connor also hopes to work to stop the building of the proposed compressor station in North Weymouth.

State Senator Patrick O'Connor (left) and State Representative Joan Meschino (right) speak at the climate change presentation.

State Senator Patrick O’Connor (left) and State Representative Joan Meschino (right) speak at the climate change presentation last March


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