• Jen Flanagan
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  • Jen Flanagan
  • Jen Flanagan

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Welcome! As you navigate this page, you will have the opportunity to learn more about me, as well as the issues that affect the Worcester & Middlesex State Senate District. This district that I am so proud to serve includes the cities and towns of: Berlin, Bolton, Precincts 1&2 of Clinton, Fitchburg, Gardner, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Sterling, Townsend, and Westminster.

I have made a commitment to advocate for and protect your interests and those throughout my district. Some key issues include: economic recovery, substance abuse, transportation, education, mental health, public safety, elder affairs, and protecting our environment. We are always faced with many difficulties, but I will ensure that these interests remain a priority.

Despite fiscal challenges, I am as determined as ever to make decisions that will create positive changes that are in the best interest of my constituency. I will continue to strongly advocate for North Central Massachusetts, so that our communities are an even better place to live, work, and learn! I look forward to hearing from you about the issues that concern you and your family. Please feel free to contact me anytime at 978-466-8605 or info@jenflanagan.com.


Senate Passes Opiate Addiction Prevention Bill

BOSTON - The Massachusetts Senate passed legislation today to address the ongoing substance abuse crisis in the state. The legislation focuses on prevention and reducing the number of opiate pills in circulation by working with doctors, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, and pharmacists.

“We must offer assistance to students in our public schools while they are young, able to change their behaviors, and are not yet mentally and physically dependent on drugs and alcohol,” said Senator Jennifer L. Flanagan (D-Leominster), Chair of the Senate Special Committee on Opioid Addiction, Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Options. “Kids who need this kind of help will appreciate being asked honestly about their needs, and schools will be given a valuable tool in this battle against addiction. I look forward to the Senate taking up the closeout supplemental budget the House passed yesterday which contains funding for this program.”


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