Description: Frank Hatch announces his Republican candidacy for governor. Denounces Dukakis on taxes, auto insurance, food stamps. Hatch says that he is willing to listen, tell it like it is, and make tough decisions. He wishes to shed the 'taxachusetts' label and restore credibility in state government. He states the importance of reducing taxes and bringing money down to cities from the state level.
Collection: Ten O'Clock News
Date Created: 10/27/1977
Description: Janet Wu interviews two social service professionals, John York and Dr. Mary Jane England, on the high number of uncovered cases of child welfare. York states that the Department of Public Welfare and the Office of Social Services have always been understaffed. He explains that there are approximately 200 new social services positions in the budget for 1980. Dr. England speaks on the current state of the social services programs in the Commonwealth.
Collection: Ten O'Clock News
Date Created: 10/03/1979
Description: State welfare office interiors. Receptionist takes calls on multiline rotary dial phone. Women workers at metal desks in groups of four. File cabinets stuffed with manila folders of paperwork. Form for assistance payments. Staff person talks to client/applicant in Spanish. Interviews with two supervisors about qualifications for social work jobs.
Collection: Ten O'Clock News
Date Created: 06/15/1977