Senator Sal DiDomenico Appointed to Council of State Governments

March 25, 2015
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Senator Sal DiDomenico has been appointed by Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D- Amherst) to serve on the Eastern Region Committee on Budget and Tax for the Council of State Governments and the Committee on Budget and Revenue for the National Conference on State Legislatures.  Senator DiDomenico will represent Massachusetts at national conferences with legislators from across the country to discuss issues facing our residents, learn from lawmakers around the country, and illustrate how the Commonwealth continues to be a leader among the states.

“Congratulations to Senator DiDomenico on his appointment to the National Conference on State Legislatures and the Council of State Governments,” said Senate President Stan Rosenberg. “Senator DiDomenico’s intellect, work ethic, and experience will be a tremendous contribution to the NCSL and CSG.”

“I am happy to have been appointed to both committees in the NCLS and CSG,“ said Senator DiDomenico. “I look forward to sharing my knowledge about Massachusetts policies with my colleagues in other states, learning about their policies, and gathering information to keep Massachusetts moving towards innovation and excellence.”

Founded in 1975, The National Conference on State Legislatures is a national organization to support, defend and strengthen state legislatures. According to their website, they have “helped states remain strong and independent by giving them the tools, information, and resources to craft the best solutions to difficult problems.” NCSL has fought against unwarranted actions in Congress and saved states more than $1 billion.

The Council of State Governments is our nation’s only organization serving all three branches of state government. CSG is a region-based forum that fosters the exchange of insights and ideas to help state officials shape public policy. This offers unparalleled regional, national, and international opportunities to network, develop, collaborate, and create problem-solving partnerships.