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Cory Atkins Representative

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Cory Atkins

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State House
Room 195
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617-722-2015
Fax: 617-722-2822
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District Office
25 Lang St.
Concord, MA 01742
Phone: 978-369-5299

Committee Membership

Bill Docket Bill Title
S.62 SD491 For legislation to protect against the displacement of current employees
S.90 SD991 For legislation relative to community preservation
H.154 HD1071 Relative to the humane treatment of disabled persons
H.176 HD3945 For legislation to replace the words “mental retardation” in the General Laws with the words “developmental disabilities"
H.211 HD2331 Relative to establishing a revolving fund for municipal building repair within the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency
S.222 SD897 For legislation to maintain short term objectives for students with disabilities
H.239 HD1054 Relative to consumer gift cards
H.244 HD2912 Relative to requiring photo identification for credit card purchases
H.257 HD3260 Relative to exempting home appliance service and repair technicians from certain provisions of the plumbing code
S.273 SD1006 For legislation to improve science education in the Commonwealth
S.278 SD1968 For legislation to fulfill the promise of education reform adequate funding for student success
H.311 HD1511 For legislation to increase the experience and continuing educational requirements for operators of certain steam boilers
H.317 HD3374 For legislation to regulate the direct shipment of wines
H.323 HD2909 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to address the anticompetitive nature of credit and debit card interchange fees charged to merchants and consumers
H.325 HD2213 For legislation to establish a registration fee for public charities
H.326 HD2340 Relative to the protection of consumers from identity theft
S.345 SD704 For legislation to authorize cities, towns, and regional districts to send certain information to registered voters
S.348 SD2009 For legislation to ensure the freedom to vote in the Commonwealth
H.359 HD973 For legislation to promote gender equity training in education
H.364 HD2583 For legislation to establish a bullying prevention and intervention plan for the protection of students in the schools of the Commonwealth
S.366 SD1952 For legislation to regulate the use of off highway and recreation vehicles
H.387 HD949 Relative to an alternate MCAS completion plan for students with certain disabilities
S.396 SD296 For legislation to protect the natural and historic resources of the Commonwealth
H.404 HD2767 Relative to establishing a physical education requirement in the public schools
H.407 HD2362 Relative to including personal financial literacy in the math curriculum for all school grade levels
H.410 HD1823 For legislation to require instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of automatic external defibrillators for high school graduation
H.411 HD3740 Relative to establishing a grant program for the purpose of expanding the number and length of school days
H.412 HD3741 For legislation to authorized school districts to form superintendency unions to consolidate administrative functions
H.413 HD3742 For an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) of child suicide
H.414 HD3745 For an investigation by a special commission (including membes of the General court) of school district capacity and efficient delivery of educational services
H.417 HD3749 For the establishment of a charter school working group (including members of the General Court) to study the financing of restrictions imposed upon and innovations promoted by charter schools
H.418 HD3750 Relative to charter schools and education collaboratives
H.419 HD3751 For legislation to provide persons failing to pass educator certification with comprehensive summaries of their test results
H.420 HD3752 Relative to educator licensure for school teachers
H.422 HD635 Relative to the rights of employees in education collaboratives
H.426 HD3722 For legislation to revise the formula for school funding
S.432 SD1035 For legislation to protect children from toxic toys
H.453 HD1551 Relative to the teaching of teen dating violence policies in the public schools
H.456 HD3165 For an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) of the safety of high school and college level cheerleading
H.457 HD3252 Relative to the teacing of physical education in the public schools
H.467 HD3316 That certain students accepted into post-secondary educational programs be granted a competency determination, notwithstanding performance on the MCAS test
H.468 HD3319 Relative to high school graduation requirements for students with learning disabilities
H.470 HD3355 Relative to establishing a school counseling leadership pilot project to accelerate college and career readiness in the public schools
H.471 HD3364 For legislation to institute college and career readiness through six-year career plans for public school students
H.478 HD2933 Relative to the establishment of a personal finance curriculum by the Department of Education
H.500 HD333 Relative to the recruitment of high school students into the armed forces of the United States
H.533 HD1235 Relative to the establishment of an Alzheimer’s state plan commission (including members of the General Court) to assess the current and future impact of Alzheimer’s disease on residents of the Commonwealth
H.557 HD1796 For legislation to regulate the registration of certain web sites by political parties and committees and candidates for public office
H.560 HD223 Relative to the disclosure and regulation of campaign expenditures and contributions
H.564 HD3223 For legislation to establish an election day registration task force (including members of the General Court) to undertake a study of election day registration
H.574 HD1842 For legislation to remove certain restrictions in absentee voting
H.575 HD1844 For legislation to allow for voter registration at public libraries
H.576 HD421 For legislation to provide for the registration of voters on election days
H.605 HD4249 That the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Public Health develop health risk assessment guidelines of proposed school construction sites
H.624 HD238 For legislation to allow the non-profit corporation Home of the Brave, Inc., to construct and operate public homes for veterans
S.631 SD292 For legislation to increase recycling by landlords and tenants
H.649 HD410 Relative to ensuring secure voting equipment
H.650 HD2284 For a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to a vacancy in the office of Governor or Lieutenant-Governor.
H.651 HD3781 For legislation to further regulate the rights of certain persons to vote
H.660 HD2035 Relative to the agreement among states to elect the President by national popular vote
H.671 HD3661 Relative to campaign finance reports filed by elected municipal officials
H.672 HD1329 For legislation to enable cities and towns to extend voting rights in municipal elections to certain non-citizens of the Commonwealth
H.683 HD3895 Relative to pre-registration of voters prior to their eighteenth birthday
H.713 HD1214 That the Registrar of Motor Vehicles establish a vehicle emissions labeling program for new motor vehicles sold or leased in the Commonwealth
H.715 HD1791 Relative to small plot farming
H.719 HD1088 For legislation to require that retail stores supply only recyclable paper bags, compostable plastic bags, or reusable bags
H.726 HD3104 That manufacturers of mercury-added lamps implement a recycling program
H.745 HD250 That the Department of Fish and Game conduct a pilot program to determine ways of achieving a balanced beaver population
H.755 HD364 Relative to regulating the use of dangerous pesticides in the Commonwealth
H.756 HD365 For legislation to reduce solid waste in the Commonwealth
H.757 HD3093 For legislation to promote safe alternatives to toxic chemicals
H.798 HD2223 For legislation to prohibit the use plastic bags by retail establishments
H.799 HD659 For legislation to prohibit the spearing of striped bass
S.806 SD1071 For legislation relative to the creation of a sports injury commission .
H.808 HD3958 For legislation to reduce human exposure to particulate matter pollution
H.810 HD3268 For legislation to prevent oil spills in Buzzads Bay by requiring escort tugs for unescorted tank vessels
H.824 HD3956 Relative to requiring recycling in state buildings
H.854 HD1340 Relative to reducing Diesel emissions from certain construction vehicles
H.881 HD928 Relative to the coverage of nonprescription enteral formulas
H.888 HD739 Relative to appeals of motor vehicle insurance surcharges
S.897 SD680 For legislation to encourage organ donation
H.932 HD3447 That health insurance policies be required to provide coverage for the treatment of children with cleft lips and palates
S.950 SD880 For legislation to establish a primary seat belt law
H.988 HD2005 Relative to health insurance coverage for mail order prescription drugs
H.1019 HD3593 Relative to the disclosure of federal troubled asset relief program (TARP) funds by banks
H.1050 HD2984 For an investigation and study by a special commission (including members of the General Court) of the safety and security of deposits made by public entities including the Commonwealth, towns, counties, districts and regional school districts
H.1098 HD2611 Relative to the purchase of prescription drugs from Canada
H.1157 HD4254 Relative to the purchase of flags substantially manufactured in the United States
H.1175 HD3189 Relative to the eligibility of students for in-state tuition rates and fees at public higher educational institutions
H.1192 HD1983 Relative to promoting local and regional low and moderate income housing
H.1199 HD3686 Relative to the implementation of the recommendations of the State Auditor regarding rent fraud in public housing
H.1200 HD1134 For legislation to further define affordable housing
S.1254 SD1984 For legislation relative to the alcohol excise tax
S.1271 SD1634 For legislation to establish a municipal gas tax exemption
S.1273 SD1650 For legislation relative to the senior circuit breaker tax credit
H.1302 HD3955 For legislation to provide that certain monies obtained for the seizure of controlled substances be used to prevent gang violence
H.1303 HD932 For legislation to prevent animal cruelty
H.1311 HD911 Relative to penalties for breaking and entering a firearm retail wholesaler or manufacturer
H.1319 HD1238 For legislation to provide for abuse prevention order protection for animals
H.1345 HD901 Relative to the penalties imposed for falsely assuming to be a public official
S.1355 SD1131 For legislation relative to the collection of personal property taxes
H.1375 HD331 For legislation to establish a HIV testing procedure in correctional institutions in the Commonwealth
H.1412 HD249 That certain defendants submit to testing for the presence of HIV/AIDS
H.1484 HD1729 For legislation to provide certain information for victims of domestic violence
H.1496 HD720 Relative to parental rights and child survivors of homicide
H.1499 HD1553 For legislation to include animals in abuse prevention orders
H.1516 HD3038 For legislation to prevent the illegal trafficking of firearms
H.1518 HD3110 For legislation to establish sentencing guidelines for convictions of criminal offenses in the Commonwealth
H.1539 HD3432 For legislation to establish an electronic monitoring program in domestic abuse cases
S.1582 SD268 For legislation relative to certain checks not cashed and deemed abandoned
S.1611 SD1913 For legislation to prevent harassment
S.1615 SD449 For legislation relate to liability of health professionals in emergency response
H.1650 HD3269 For legislation to provide protection against compelled disclosure of certain information by members of the news media
H.1652 HD3314 Relative to ensuring confidentiality for victims of rape and domestic violence
S.1654 SD1538 For legislation relative to punishment forthe crime of domestic violence
S.1687 SD389 For legislation relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes
H.1692 HD2910 For legislation to increase the amount of personal property in the administration of small estates
S.1693 SD1627 For legislation to further regulate sex offender registration
H.1708 HD1213 Relative to equal access to civil marriage
H.1715 HD3235 For legislation to raise the dollar limit of claims filed in small claims court
H.1728 HD431 Relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes
H.1732 HD3193 For legislation to increase the penalty for the kidnapping of a child
H.1745 HD3877 For legislation to further regulate the performance of abortions and protecting women’s reproductive health
H.1747 HD3900 Relative to housing discrimination against victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and stalking
H.1776 HD674 Relative to the definition of a dangerous weapon and the possession of such weapons in the vicinity of educational facilities
H.1777 HD937 For legislation to raise the maximum age for jurors
H.1794 HD385 Relative to employment contracts
H.1799 HD1078 Relative to noncompete agreements in which employees engage in activities directly or indirectly competitive with employers
H.1808 HD3835 For legislation to further clarify the eligibility of benefits for seasonal employment
H.1880 HD1299 For legislation to further define comparable worth in the workplace
S.1906 SD1087 For legislation relative to hands free cell phone devices
S.1913 SD2036 For legislation relative to license renewal notifications
H.1944 HD2280 Relative to the operation of a drug detoxification facility in the Commonwealth
S.1959 SD1070 For legislation relative To fairness and equity In regional transportation planning.
H.2001 HD3284 Relative to liability for the removal of snow and ice from property
H.2013 HD2308 For legislation to further regulate the maintenance of roads, bridges, beaches and other common areas in private subdivisions
H.2034 HD2168 Relative to the issuance of certificates by registers of probate for certain persons changing marriage names
H.2043 HD897 Relative to mandatory blood tests of certain persons having blood contact
H.2046 HD1041 For legislation to establish within the Department of Public Health a pollution public health effects mitigation trust fund to support research and education
H.2054 HD1151 For legislation to restrict the sale of tobacco products at locations where health professionals are employed
H.2063 HD649 Relative to regulating beverages sold in public schools
H.2074 HD3463 Relative to public access of private restrooms
H.2077 HD304 That the Department of Public Health be directed to promulgate regulations governing the administration of medication to children in schools
H.2078 HD768 For legislation to require pain assessment and management in health care facilities
H.2080 HD1708 For legislation to establish a board of registration in midwifery
H.2090 HD630 For legislation to develop a pilot program for the disposal of unused prescription medication
H.2092 HD638 For legislation to promote proper school nutrition
H.2094 HD688 Relative to air quality in schools and public buildings
H.2138 HD3222 That the Department of Public Health deveolop "checklists of care" for hospitals to prevent medical errors and reduce infection rates
H.2140 HD3959 Relative to the reporting on health effects of particulate matter
S.2186 SD2286 For legislation relative to news carriers
H.2188 HD3823 For legislation to prohibit the sale of novelty lighters
H.2218 HD558 Relative to community leadership, neighborhood-revitalization and urban-violence protection
H.2221 HD2069 Relative to the installation of automatic sprinkler systems in college dormitories
H.2239 HD1757 For legislation to establish a sex offender management board within the Executive Office of Public Safety
H.2258 HD658 Relative to the possession of firearms by people with dementia
S.2287 SD2382 (by vote of the town) for legislation to authorize the town of Chelmsford to convey certain conservation land and easements
H.2360 HD2064 For legislation to protect the integrity of the state pension systemt
S.2471 SD2564 For legislation relating to the improvement of Route 2 Crosbys Corner interchange in the town of Lincoln and Concord.
H.2489 HD418 For legislation to expand benefits available to municipalities with membership in the Group Insurance Commission
H.2665 HD1288 To authorize the Human Resources Division to undertake a study of the job classification system of the Commonwealth
H.2681 HD1359 Relative to personal property tax exemptions for telecommunication companies
H.2686 HD1158 For legislation to establish an excise tax on plastic carryout bags in certain retail stores
H.2691 HD3711 For legislation to exempt medical supplies used in monitoring diabetes from the sales tax
H.2703 HD948 Relative to motor vehicle excise upon cancellation of registrationon
H.2712 HD2094 For legislation to provide a tax credit for expenditures on energy efficient technologies
H.2713 HD2160 For legislation to establish a tax and fee structure advisory commission
H.2717 HD3007 Relative to establishing an organ donation registration fund
H.2728 HD2582 For legislation to expand the renewable energy tax credits to include geothermal energy for non-business residential purposes
H.2732 HD1825 For legislation to promote sales tax fairness for small businesses
H.2733 HD1836 For a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to a graduated income tax
H.2736 HD3179 For legislation to provide for an income tax deduction for fees paid for participation in a pay as you throw waste disposal program
H.2773 HD3951 Relative to the excise tax imposed on certain tobacco products
H.2806 HD1944 For legislation to create a tax credit to employers offering an employee wellness program
H.2853 HD656 Relative to room rental rates under the room occupancy excise tax law
H.2895 HD3667 Relative to motor vehicle excise taxes
H.2907 HD1206 Relative to telecommunication property taxes paid to cities and towns
H.2940 HD863 That cities and towns be authorized to include "transient accommondations" under the room occupancy excise tax
H.2959 HD3849 Relative to establishing a searchable website of state expenditures
H.2972 HD3716 That the Secretary for Administration and Finance establish a searchable budget database website that includes revenue, expenditure and funding information
H.2999 HD3470 Relative to profession of interior designers bidding on state contracts
H.3000 HD376 For legislation requiring appropriation bills to include estimated amounts for the following fiscal year
H.3001 HD415 For legislation to promote municipal efficiency and innovation through regional collaboration
H.3005 HD1296 Relative to promoting international trade with nations taking action to abolish genocide
H.3051 HD577 For legislation to establish a paperwork reduction program for agencies of the Commonwealth
H.3057 HD3946 Relative to the definition of beverage containers and reinstatement of the clean environment fund
H.3087 HD2179 For legislation to regulate the establishment of municipal lighting plants
H.3103 HD1548 For legislation to increase the aggregate capacity of net metering of energy distribution companies
H.3120 HD334 Relative to utility pole replacement
H.3122 HD425 For legislation to promote economic development through renewable energy production
H.3123 HD1162 For legislation to allow customers to refuse to receive telephone directories
H.3129 HD3492 For an investigation by a special commission (including membes of the General Court) relative to reducing fuel costs of cities and towns
H.3131 HD2077 Relative to consumer choice of electricity from renewable sources
H.3137 HD1382 For legislation to improve recycling rates in the Commonwealth by providing recycling containers adjacent to beverage vending machines
H.3146 HD472 For legislation to provide for the appointment of a poet laureate of the Commonwealth
H.3179 HD3922 That the Registrar of Motor Vehicles establish a "green" registration fee for certain alternative fuel and hybrid vehicles and to create a rail transit fund
H.3191 HD1679 That the Registrar of Motor Vehicles be directed to issue distinctive motor vehicle plates for active and retired fire fighters and certain surviving family members
H.3212 HD3694 For legislation to regulate motorized scooters
H.3236 HD2122 Relative to the registration fees for light motor vehicles
H.3257 HD3584 For legislation to require the use of headlights on motor vehicles during any period in which windshield wipers are also in use
H.3259 HD2080 Relative to prohibiting the use of certain communication devices by persons holding a junior operator's license
H.3285 HD857 That the Registrar of Motor Vehicles be directed to issue "Baby Boomer Generation" registration plates
H.3307 HD851 For legislation to further regulate the use of electronic communication devices by operators of school buses
H.3317 HD3233 Relative to the parking of motor vehicles by disabled veterans and handicapped persons in designated parking areas
H.3327 HD1186 Relative to liability for damage caused by defects on state roads
H.3349 HD2332 Relative to the operation of certain motor vehicles with snow and ice on its roof
H.3350 HD2335 Relative to the operation of certain commercial vehicle with an accumulation of snow and ice
H.3399 HD336 Relative to veterans' benefits equity for persons discharged from the military based on certain consensual conduct
H.3412 HD2304 Relative to the maintenance of private roads, beaches and amenities
H.3428 HD1244 That the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education establish a truancy prevention program certification process
H.3429 HD1250 Relative to limiting fat, saturated fat, and trans fat in food served to students, teachers and faculty
H.3434 HD1266 Relative to the teaching of health education in schools
H.3446 HD1376 Relative to hazardous and toxic material inspections of certain businesses prior to closure
H.3452 HD1309 Relative to small business health insurance
H.3466 HD1247 That certain recycling funds paid to cities and towns be used exclusively for funding extracurricular activities in schools
H.3480 HD1358 Relative to providing appropriate public safety protections for security system user information
H.3512 HD807 Relative to the definition of "beverage" under the bottle law, so-called
H.3515 HD1314 Relative to further regulating recycling rates and expanding the bottle bill, so-called
H.3518 HD1265 Relative to the penalty for the destruction of trees in public parks
H.3523 HD1260 Relative to the dissemination of certain criminal offender record information
H.3533 HD1253 Relative to the enforcement of certain civil rights laws
H.3534 HD1273 For legislation to restrict access to certain criminal offender record information
H.3535 HD1317 For legislation to provide for certain privacy protections for electronic medical records
H.3537 HD1248 For a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to the subject matter of initiative petitions
H.3542 HD1407 Relative to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Board of Directors
H.3547 HD1634 For an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) of methods to develop an index of creative and innovative education in the Commonwealth
H.3551 HD1499 Relative to establishing a special commission on community farming
H.3565 HD2189 Relative to establishing an education loan repayment program for legislative and committee staff of the House of Representatives
H.3568 HD2265 For legislation to encourage licensed social workers to work in child welfare and human services programs
H.3585 HD1433 Relative to the care and treatment of people with mental illness in hospital emergency rooms
H.3587 HD2165 For legislation to establish a regionalization advisory commission
H.3592 HD1608 For an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) of Lyme disease and other tick borne illnesses
H.3595 HD1451 Relative to foods containing artificial trans fats
H.3612 HD2194 Relative to the taxation of contributions to retirement accounts
H.3656 HD2647 Relative to a special education services for low incidence populations
H.3658 HD2662 Relative to fees paid for school transportation
H.3675 HD3215 For the establishment of a clean vehicle emissions incentive program within the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
H.3700 HD2621 (by vote of the town) that the town of Chelmsford be authorized to remove above gound utility poles and overhead wires in said town
H.3704 HD2679 Relative to the regulation of animal shelters
H.3717 HD2750 Relative to the membership of the Health Care Quality and Cost Council
H.3745 HD3148 Relative to the taxation of retirement contributions of self employed persons
H.3764 HD2745 Relative to energy efficient lighting, energy conservation and light pollution reduction
H.3844 HD1097 That the Registrar of Motor Vehicles be authorized to issue distinctive registration plates indicating support for an autism trust fund
H.3912 HD900 Relative to the establishment of a nursing advisory board within the Executive Office of Health and Human Services
H.3954 HD4117 Relative to establishing a substance abuse health protection fund with collections from the sale of certain alcoholic beverages
H.4015 HD4040 Relative to prohibiting junior operators use of cell phones or text messaging devices while operating motor vehicles
H.4033 HD4144 Relative to transportation financing
H.4037 HD4168 For legislation to expand the organ donation program of the Registry of Motor Vehicles for licensed operators of motor vehicles in the Commonwealth
H.4471 HD4770 Relative to establishing a public health Lyme disease research institute at the University of Massachusetts Medical School
H.4529 HD4871 Relative to defining the dissemination of obscene material
H.4699 HD4948 Relative to the classification of and response to natural gas leaks
H.4750 HD4572 Relative to the opening and closing of swimming pools under the jurisdication of the Department of Conservation and Recreation
H.4857 HD5101 Relative to corporate campaign contributions

Cory Atkins won the office of State Representative in the fall of 1999 in a special election. Since that time she has worked tirelessly on voters’ priorities concerning education, the environment, economic growth, local transportation, and the relationship between our communities and state government. Rep. Atkins was promoted to Chair of the Committee on Tourism, Arts, and Cultural Development for the 2013-2014 legislative session. In this role, Rep. Atkins leads committee members in considering all legislative matters pertaining to tourism, arts and cultural development in the Commonwealth and promotes job creation in those industries. Prior to this position, she was the Vice Chair of the House Committee on Rules for four years.

Currently, she is working shoulder to shoulder with Common Cause to overturn the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited corporate spending on political campaigns. Through these efforts and in collaboration with her colleagues in the House and Senate the Legislature passed a resolution that she filed in the House calling on Congress to overturn Citizens United.

One of her greatest achievements so far has been passage of An Act Relative to Harassment Prevention Orders in 2010. Prior to this law, citizens of the Commonwealth could only request a restraining order against a relative or someone with whom they had a significant dating relationship. The law now allows people to obtain a restraining order against anyone who is demonstrably stalking or harassing them.

She fought for more state funding for special education, for the METCO program, and to obtain favorable rates for the School Building Assistance for her towns. She has worked closely with town officials to balance the demands of economic development, the desire to preserve open space, and the increasing financial pressures on local services. She has secured funding for Route 2 renovations and improvements.

In the 2011-2012 legislative session Cory Atkins has served as the House co-chair of the Caucus of Women Legislators. As co-chair she has helped the Caucus to develop relationships with legislative leadership, the Commission on the Status of Women, and other agencies and groups. In addition she and the Caucus have worked together to support a number of bills that effect women’s lives including alimony reform, equitable coverage in disability insurance, and equal pay for equal work. During her time as co-chair, the Caucus has drawn attention to women’s heart health, screened a documentary about the portrayal of women in the media, and hosted the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts.

Cory Atkins was committed to public service long before she was elected to the House. As a community activist, she has been an active member of international, national, and local organizations including the Environmental League of Massachusetts, the Merrimack Repertory Theatre, the Lowell Mayor’s Drug Task Force, the Concord Assabet and Family Services, the Domestic Violence Victims Assistance Program, Walden Woods, the League of Women Voters of Concord-Carlisle, the Fundraiser for Network for Women’s Lives, the Concord Democratic Town Committee (twenty year member and former co-chair), the Fundraiser for Concord Children’s Center, the Handel and Haydn Society, and Amnesty International.

As an instructor and lecturer, Cory Atkins taught courses at Middlesex Community College in U.S. Government and Women in Management. She has also participated as a guest commentator on Channels 2, 4, 5 and 6, and has written a political column for The Middlesex News (now the Metrowest Daily News). She attended UMass-Boston and graduated Magna Cum Laude in Political Science, prior to which she attended Burdett Business School and graduated with an Associate’s degree in Marketing Research. She is most proud of her family, and she is pleased that both of her children have bought homes in Concord and are now raising their own families there.

Personal Information

Profession: Writer/Legislator

Education & Public Service

  • University of Massachusetts, Boston, B.S., Political Science, Magna Cum Laude
  • Concord Democratic Town Committee
  • Mass. House 1999 - Present
Fourteenth Middlesex, Consisting of Acton: Precincts 1, 2, 6; Carlisle; Chelmsford: Precincts 1, 9; Concord.

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