December 4, 2016

On Beacon Hill: Mr. Moore, state senator, goes to Washington

Courtesy Sen. Micheal O. Moore's office

State Sen. Mike Moore

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Millbury senator tapped for U.S. Attorney General planning panel

While Massachusetts’ influence in Washington could wane with Republican Donald Trump in the White House, at least one state senator expects to be among those making suggestions to the new administration’s Department of Justice.

State Sen. Michael O. Moore of Millbury, a Democrat and member of the DOJ’s Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative Global Advisory Committee (GAC), spent two days in Washington, D.C., last week working with the GAC on ways to use data to fight the opioid epidemic, combat sex trafficking and improve information sharing.

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