Halloween 2014 ENG Flyer
Chairman Jeffrey Sánchez serves as Massachusetts State Representative for the 15th Suffolk/Norfolk District,… [more]
Jamaica Plain, or "JP" as the locals call it, is a classic "streetcar suburb" that has evolved into… [more]
With the addition of mixed-income housing, the renovation of One Brigham Circle and a strong business… [more]
Once considered a "garden suburb" of Boston, today's residents of Roslindale are still attracted… [more]
Brookline was known as the hamlet of Muddy River (a river which today makes up part of the Brookline-Boston… [more]
Welcome to JeffreySanchez.org!
Representative Jeffrey Sánchez has served as Massachusetts State Representative for the 15th Suffolk District since 2003.
In February 2009, he was appointed the House Chairman of the Joint Committee on Public Health. His work is centered on finding the nexus of Public Health and Health reform particularly for underserved communities by improving quality and access through systemic reforms. Jeffrey currently serves on the Commonwealth’s Health Disparities Council, the National Conference of State Legislatures Health Reform and Medicaid Task Force, the MA Health Policy Forum and as Treasurer of the National Board of Hispanic Caucus Chairs.
He served as Co-Chairman on the House/Senate Conference Committee resolving the "Act Relative to Pharmacy Practice in The Commonwealth” which establishes the regulatory framework for the Compounding Pharmacy industry. This legislation won unanimous passage within the House of Representatives and Senate in 2014, and was signed into law by Governor Patrick in July 2014. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Legal Education from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, a Masters of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and is a current fellow at the Center for Public Health Leadership at the Harvard University School of Public Health.
Halloween 2014 ENG Flyer
Join MCPHS for their Halloween party on October 29th. There will be a costume contest, pumpkin decorating, carnival games, food and candy!
October 23 is DACA Day at City Hall, 5th floor (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). The clinic is geared towards assisting eligible applicants to apply for the first time or those who need assistance with DACA renewals. To learn more, … Continue reading
“This legislation clearly defines the practice of compounding and ensures that any pharmacy in the business of compounding will be held to the same standards, while focusing on accountability, transparency, and patient safety.” said Representative Sanchez.
I am proud to have worked with my colleagues in the Legislature to pass final legislation that will increase oversight, improve quality and safety standards, and establish rigorous transparency and accountability practices for pharmacies engaged in the compounding of sterile … Continue reading
Hope line registration is now open! Boston residents with a valid social security number between the ages of 15 to 18 are eligible to register for a summer job at: www.BostonYouthFund.org from 9:00 am on Thursday, June 12 through 11:59 … Continue reading
Public Safety Committee Testimony on An Act Relative to the Reduction of Gun Violence
I will host a meeting on Tuesday to discuss ways to increase the safety of all users on the Arborway. This group has been meeting for over 5 years and has worked to connect the Department of Conservation and Recreation, … Continue reading