LOWELL, Mass. (AP) — State Treasurer Steven Grossman told delegates at the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s annual convention Saturday that he was running for governor and said he would make paid family leave a top priority if elected.
“I think it’s a moral and economic responsibility,” Grossman said.
Grossman, former chief executive of Grossman Marketing Group, later said he’s looking forward to a vigorous primary race and believes he has the business experience, skills and credibility to be the best nominee.
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