Western Massachusetts business leaders met with lawmakers on Wednesday, and some expressed concerns over the health care proposal.
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Western Massachusetts business leaders gathered at the state House in Boston, Wednesday, for their annual Beacon Hill Summit.
Massachusetts lawmakers killed a permanent sales tax holiday on Monday, but they there’s still hope for a sales tax holiday this year.
Mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenders are seen by advocates as being biased against people of color.
22News was at the State House on Monday where law enforcement officers were asking the state to increase the tax rate on marijuana.
State lawmakers are debating next year’s budget. 22News explains why a sales tax break may not make the final budget.
22News went to the State House on Friday where Massachusetts lawmakers are crafting next year’s budget.
The Baker-Polito administration has taken a few steps to help conserve the public water supplies in western Massachusetts.
Some Massachusetts residents are calling on the state to change the way they set voter district boundaries.
22News explains how state leaders are working to make alternative energy resources more accessible.
22News explains what some Massachusetts lawmakers think about increasing inmate oversight.
22News explains what Massachusetts lawmakers are doing to keep the drinking water clean at our schools.
Some Massachusetts lawmakers want to increase funding for programs to keep young people off the streets and out of trouble.
The House and Senate have yet to reach an agreement on Chapter 90 funding.
Runners, fans and the entire Boston community seem to embrace the race a little differently since 2013.
Boston Police are taking a multilayered security approach for the marathon this year, with eyes and ears on the ground and even the sky.
22News explains what western Massachusetts cities and towns are doing to go green.
Lawmakers and survivors of sexual assault told 22News colleges aren’t adequately handling instances of sexual harassment and violence.
22News explains why Housing Authorities are asking Massachusetts lawmakers for more funding.
Lawmakers are considering changing Massachusetts’ time zone. 22News explains how this could potentially impact children’s safety.