Khan files bill to discourage photoshopping models

Newton Rep. Kay Khan has proposed a $10,000 tax credit for Massachusetts businesses that can prove they didn’t make their models in advertisements look thinner, younger or whiter, WGBH reports.

Should Creem, Balser, Khan and Lawn override Baker’s pay cut veto?

On Friday Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed a pay raise package for legislative leaders, judges and others but considering that the Senate approved the raises 31-9, and the House supported it 116-44, the votes clearly exist to override the governor’s veto.

Should they?

In particular do you support our local delegation — Reps. Ruth Balser, Kay Khan and John Lawn, or state senator Cindy Creem — voting to override the veto?

Or do you think Setti Warren was right when he

Is Kay Khan representing Newton’s priorities?

Is Kay Khan representing Newton’s priorities?

In  a Globe story today about the contest between incumbent Democratic state Rep. Kay Khan and her Republican challenger Aldermen Greer Tan Swiston, Swiston charges “that Khan has overlooked fundamental community issues in favor of advocating for mental health...