-- The House Ways and Means Committee is expected on Monday to release a criminal justice reform bill.
-- The Supreme Judicial Court will hear five cases today, John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom One, Second Floor, Pemberton Square, Boston, 9 a.m.
-- Department of Public Utilities holds an evidentiary hearing on the petition of Eversource Energy to construct a controversial transmission line in Sudbury, Hudson, Stow and Marlborough, Hearing Room A, One South Station - 5th Floor, Boston, 10 a.m.
-- Attorney General Maura Healey will join Carlos and Mélida Arredondo of the Arrendondo Family Foundation in participating in the 22 Pushup Challenge to raise awareness around military veteran suicides, Leverett Saltonstall Building, Conference Room B and C, 100 Cambridge St., Boston, 10 a.m.
-- Gov. Charlie Baker visits Mark's Deli to campaign for Republican Shaun Toohey, a candidate in Tuesday's special House election to fill the 3rd Essex District seat formerly held by Brian Dempsey, Mark's Deli, 2 Railroad Square, Haverhill, 10 a.m.
-- MassDOT and the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs hold the third of four joint listening sessions about reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector, Student Union - Cape Cod Lounge, UMass Amherst, 280 Hicks Way, Amherst, 11 a.m.
-- Secretary of State William Galvin holds a pre-election media availability to discuss voter-turnout outlook and other issues ahead of Tuesday’s elections, Room 116, State House, 11 a.m.
-- A task force convened by the Senate to help the state's retail sector meets to hear expert opinions on the status of the retail industry in Massachusetts, Room 428, 11 a.m.
-- The MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board plans to discuss the integrated vehicle and facility maintenance plan, ridership, and winter preparedness, 10 Park Plaza, Transportation Board Room, Boston, 12 p.m.
-- The State Library's monthly author talk features journalist Stephen Kinzer on his latest book ‘The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire,’ Room 341, 12 p.m.
-- U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III participates in a panel discussion on the importance of civil legal aid at Harvard Law School, with U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks also participating, Harvard Law School, Langdell Hall 225 Vorenberg Classroom, 1545 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 12 p.m.
-- Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy holds a hearing on 25 bills dealing with energy efficiency and environmental justice, including legislation calling for the ‘prompt decommissioning’ of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, Room B-1, 1 p.m.
-- Gov. Charlie Baker and legislative leaders from both parties hold their semi-regular private meeting, House speaker's office, 2 p.m.
-- Gov. Charlie Baker joins Secretary of Public Safety and Security Daniel Bennett to re-establish the Governor's Task Force on Hate Crimes and swear-in task force members., Room 360, 4 p.m.
-- Chris Matthews, the anchor of MSNBC's ‘Hardball with Chris Matthews,’ visits the John F. Kennedy Jr. Presidential Library and Museum to discuss his new book, ‘Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit,’ JFK Library, Columbia Point, Boston, 6 p.m.
-- Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers leaders, the Black Economic Justice Institute, Healing Our Land and Boston Black Ministers United for Change host a get-out-the-vote prayer rally, 670 Washington St., Dorchester, 7 p.m.
-- Cambridge Community Foundation and Harvard Book Store host Khizr Khan, a Gold Star father and Muslim, for a discussion of his new book ‘An American Family,’ First Parish Church, 1446 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 7 p.m.
-- MSNBC host Chris Matthews talks about his new book ‘Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit,’ on ‘Greater Boston,’ WGBH-TV Ch. 2, 7 p.m.