MassCann says that if the state charges too much in taxes, marijuana users will just look to buy it on the black market.
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22News explains why the state is still allocating more money to underfunded state programs.
22News explains why social workers are urging Massachusetts lawmakers to help the state’s most vulnerable residents.
Families of children with autism, Down syndrome, and other issues, rely on the government to pay for caregiving and support programs.
The Committee on Marijuana Policy held their first public hearing Monday. 22News explains why some think the current pot tax is inadequate.
22News explains why civil rights activists are calling on Massachusetts to help protect the resident’s freedoms.
22News explains what local cities and towns are doing to help the jobless get back to work.
Thursday marks one year since State Police Trooper Thomas Clardy was struck and killed on the Mass. Pike.
Western Mass. colleges, high schools and middle schools are receiving more than $1.1 million dollars in life sciences grants.
The Health Policy Commission is finalizing regulations to deal with high-cost health care.
We gained an extra hour of evening daylight last weekend. Lawmakers are exploring changes to the state’s time zone.
In storms like this, the snow can turn into ice; a much bigger problem that crews could have to deal with it.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Irish Ambassador to the U.S. Anne Anderson met with Governor Charlie Baker on Monday.
22News found out some of our rural communities don’t have the same access.
Massachusetts adults can grow and use recreational marijuana, but it’s still illegal to sell the drug without a license.
Budget writers are keeping their fingers crossed that tax revenues will bounce back.