Massachusetts minimum wage workers currently make $11 per hour, but it could get raised to $15 on the 2018 ballot.
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Massachusetts’ attorney general plans to sue the Federal Communications Commission over its vote to repeal net neutrality.
Under the state’s marijuana law, you cannot smoke pot in public, but it’s still unclear as to where you can actually smoke.
Patients could be forced by their insurers to take less expensive medications before they can access other treatments.
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Brick and mortar shops might not be the only place you can get marijuana in Massachusetts.
Dozens of people gathered at the State House on Wednesday to celebrate the anniversary and recognize the Guard’s members.
Members of the Massachusetts National Guard could be getting a pay raise.
The Commission plans to grant priority review to license applicants who have lived in areas with high rates of marijuana-related arrests.
Puerto Rico continues to struggle in the aftermath of hurricanes Maria and Irma.
22News has information on what Massachusetts is doing to help evacuees after they were hit by two catastrophic hurricanes earlier this year.
22News has information on what some of the regulations for for Massachusetts’ marijuana industry could be.
There’s a new Senate President on Beacon Hill after Senator Rosenberg stepped down from the post.
DCF did not report 19 cases involving abuse and neglect to DAs, including multiple cases in western Massachusetts.
A state sales tax reduction and a $15 minimum wage are two of several initiative petitions still in the running to gain a spot on the 2018 b…
Several western Massachusetts cities could be getting funding from the state for dozens of improvements.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump is calling on the DCF to consider sexual abuse a critical incident.
Several ballot campaigns are pushing to get their petitions on the ballot, including an increase in the minimum wage and paid family leave.
Massachusetts nurses have completed a key step in getting their petition on the 2018 ballot.
Signs on the road that call for reduced speeds in work zones are only a warning under current state law.