News & Resources

MNN Policymaker Roundtable with Representative Dan Hunt



1:00 p.m.

Hemenway & Barnes is pleased to partner with the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network to present the 2021 Policymaker Roundtable Series.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 1:00 - 1:45 PM

Join us for MNN’s virtual Policymaker Roundtable with Representative Dan Hunt to discuss issues impacting nonprofits, including federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds and implications for Massachusetts.

Representative Dan Hunt is the Chair of the House Committee on Federal Stimulus and Census Oversight, which performs an ongoing review of federal spending, including but not limited to stimulus spending and block grants. The committee also acts in an advisory and research role to support the development of processes and methods for the accurate collection of census data.

An attorney experienced in public policy and the legislative process, Dan has been to every corner of the Commonwealth advocating for parks, implementing economic development initiatives, and strategizing with local groups and civic leaders to improve our quality of life. Most recently, in almost three years at the Department of Conservation and Recreation, Dan has played a lead role in drafting, supporting, and implementing several major pieces of legislation, including an improved mechanism for retained revenue to channel additional funding to maintain our parks. He has also shepherded dozens of local infrastructure projects through state and municipal review, including new investments along the Neponset River Greenway.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the issues facing our Commonwealth, and have a candid conversation about the impacts of these issues on nonprofit organizations, their employees, and the people they serve.

This event is free for MNN members, and nonmembers can take part for a fee.

Register Here: MNN Policymaker Roundtable with Representative Dan Hunt


Communications Policy for Hemenway & Barnes

Thank you for your interest in Hemenway & Barnes, but merely communicating with Hemenway & Barnes LLP or a Hemenway & Barnes lawyer or employee will not create a lawyer-client relationship. Such a relationship will not arise unless and until the firm agrees with you in writing to handle a particular matter. Unless and until this has occurred, you should not convey to us any information you regard as personal or confidential, because any such information will not be treated by us as confidential or subject to any confidentiality requirements.

Our website offers several opportunities for visitors to request information. We use this contact information to send users information about our firm and their selected areas of interest. We may not be able to respond to your request for a variety of reasons, but appreciate your interest in our firm.

Cookie Policy

This website uses cookies to improve functionality and performance. Click here for our privacy policy. By continuing to browse this website, you consent to the use of cookies.

I Agree