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We feel a little lost and are continually looking for the touchstones in our lives to help us through these murky days.So what about something like disability insurance? Insurance, by its very nature, is supposed to provide for peace of mind. Will these policies hold fast? Or will it be yet another arduous path to navigate? Unhappily, it has become the latter.The insurance industry, like almost every industry, is not immune from the crippling effects of COVID 19. Many insurers have taken fiscal austerity measures to a new level to curtail losses and avoid claims.
It will give the region it greatest influence over the state $34 billion budget and over daily operations at the Statehouse since the days when Republican Jane M. Swift was acting governor in 2001 and 2002, Lees said.”It very, very important for us in Western Mass.,” Lees said. “I could not be more excited for Senator Rosenberg.”In an interview, Rosenberg, who first took office as a House member on Beacon Hill in 1987 and was elected to the Senate in 1991, said he did not want to discuss his possible priorities as Senate president.But the in the past, he has championed education at all levels, including the flagship Amherst campus of the University of Massachusetts, arts and culture, the environment and recycling, social and economic justice and efforts to control global warming.”I have to step up my game on things relating to economic develop and jobs,” Rosenberg conceded.Robert Caret, president of the University of Massachusetts, said that Rosenberg offered strong support and optimism when the university budget hung in balance during negotiations among leading legislators in June.”It always good to have someone you feel understands your issues,” Caret said about Rosenberg expected election as next Senate president.Caret also cited Rosenberg extensive experience in the state Legislature and his ability to give the university access on Beacon Hill.”We very, very pleased from all of those perspectives and look forward to working with him,” Caret said.Rosenberg, a 1977 graduate of the UMass Amherst campus, was tested during the budget process, when the House approved $478.9 million for the university for the fiscal year starting July 1, while the Senate approved a lower amount, or $454.8 million.The lower Senate amount for the university initially raised doubts about Rosenberg influence over the budget process.But Rosenberg kept pressing for the House higher amount and in the end, he and others prevailed when the final compromise budget was approved at the House number for the university.