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Through The Years…
“He who displaces must replace.”
Speaking about giving priority to families that have been displaced due to urban renewal.
“The law is for everyone. It is a matter of right.”
Arguing on behalf of a defendant at Lawrence District Court. As a result, the law was changed to not allow criminal complainants to also act as translators.
“Victims have a right to express their opinion, not only at the Superior Court, but in every court in which sentencing occurs.”
At a news conference defending victim’s rights.
“Public employees deserve a living wage and their rights should not be trampled upon by politics.”
Lawrence City Hall.
“The urge to serve.”
Honored at the State Legislators National Conference as one of only four individuals in the country who have served in two different State Legislatures (Massachusetts and New Hampshire). Anthony DiFruscia served as a member of the Massachusetts Legislature from 1967-1972.