Open House Series

If you have been hearing a lot about transportation reform in Massachusetts lately, but want to learn more, then join Representative Jay Kaufman for his Open House Series on "Roads, Bridges, Tolls, The MBTA, Fares & Taxes."

This public policy forum will take place on Thursday, March 28th from 7:00-8:30PM at the historic Depot in Lexington Center (13 Depot Square). Come learn more about this issue from leading policy experts. You will also have the opportunity to ask your own questions.

Rep. Kaufman will be joined by the Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey. He will help shed some light on questions such as: how much revenue is needed to bring our transportation system up to speed, and what does the Governor plan to do to reform our transportation system?

The Open House Series was named the best television series by the Massachusetts Cable Television Commission. This forum is televised in Lexington and Woburn.

Rep. Jay Kaufman's Open House Series

Thu, 03/28/2013 - 7:00pm

Join Representative Jay Kaufman for his Open House Series where he will be tackling transportation reform in Massachusetts!

His guest speaker will be the Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey.

Bring some questions to ask and you may even get some t.v. time!

This forum is broadcast in Lexington and Woburn.

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Join Representative Jay Kaufman for his Open House Series on Thursday, February 21 from 7:00-8:30PM at the historic depot in Lexington Center (13 Depot Square). He will be welcoming the  new state house delegation representing Lexington and Woburn, including Senator Kenneth Donnelly (D-Arlington), Senator Michael Barrett (D-Lexington) and Representative James Dwyer (D-Woburn).

This series will look at how this delegation works together to address the concerns of the district and the Commonwealth at large. They will address the important issues that face this delegation, and look at how you can measure the effectiveness of your Senator or Representative. 

As always, Rep. Kaufman will be taking questions from the audience, so be prepared to jump right into the conversation!

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Rep. Jay Kaufman's Open House Series

Thu, 02/21/2013 - 7:00pm

Join Representative Jay Kaufman for his sixth Open House Series of the 18th season!

Meet the new state delegation representing Lexington and Woburn including Senator Donnelly, Senator Barrett and Representative Dwyer!

Bring some questions to ask and you may even get some t.v. time!

This forum is broadcast in Lexington, Arlington and Woburn.

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Rep. Jay Kaufman's award winning public policy forum will be taking a look at the landmark decision of Citizens United v FEC.

Come to the historic Depot in Lexington Center (13 Depot Square) on Thursday, January 17 from 7:00pm-8:30pm to learn more about how this decision will impact future elections on the federal, state, and local level.

Joining Rep. Kaufman will be two guest speakers, Jeff Clements, the president and co-founder of Free Speech for People, and Wendy Kaminer, a lawyer and contributing editor to The Atlantic. Both speakers will present a balanced perspective on this controversial issue.

As always, Rep. Kaufman will be taking questions from the audience, so be prepared to jump right into the debate!

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Rep. Jay Kaufman's Open House Series

Thu, 01/17/2013 - 7:00pm

Rep. Jay Kaufman will be holding his first Open House Series of 2013.

He will be looking at how the controversial decision of Citizens United v FEC will impact future elections.

Two guest speakers, Jeff Clements and Wendy Kaminer, will provide their perspectives on this issue.

Come prepared with questions!

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Representative Jay Kaufman's award-winning public policy forum, "Open House," is holding its fourth forum of the 18th season on Thursday, December 13 from 7:00pm-8:30pm at the historic Depot in Lexington Center (13 Depot Square).

Join Rep. Kaufman and his guest speakers, Aron Boros, the Executive Director of the Center for Health Information Analysis, and Dr. Stuart Altman, a Brandeis Professor and Chair of the Health Policy Commission, to discuss what is going on with the health care system in this country right now and what's in store for the future. 

The forum will take a stab at some tough questions such as how will changes in the federal health care reform plan affect Massachusetts residents and what will new legislation mean for the average patient? Bring your own questions and don't miss out on what is sure to be an interesting discussion!