The bill would commit Massachusetts to obtaining 100 percent of its energy from renewable sources like solar and wind.
Governor Charlie Baker is preparing to deliver his second State of the Commonwealth address next week.
22News explains why supporters are optimistic the tobacco product debate could be the year “Nicotine 21” becomes law.
Many on Beacon Hill are preparing for the impacts a Trump presidency could have on Massachusetts.
Treasurer Goldberg established a task force to look into the post-prohibition regulations and laws governing the alcohol industry in Mass.
Some of the proposals include pushing for paid family and medical leave and expanding the state’s earned income tax credit.
One state lawmaker discovered a loophole that allows private sales to be completed without a federal background check.
A state commission said lawmakers should be paid more, but one South Deerfield resident traveled to the State House to disagree.
Film industry workers are fighting to protect an incentive designed to draw in major Television and movie projects.
While the project to build an offshore wind farm near Cape Cod once appeared to be dead, supporters have made a payment to keep it alive.
Gov. Charlie Baker is heading to Washington to attend a ball and other ceremonies marking President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Massachusetts will have to double or triple its environmental efforts under a Trump administration, Rep. Stephen Kulik of Worthington said.
The bills were pitched by lawmakers and advocates Wednesday at a briefing hosted by Economic Mobility Pathways, an organization formerly kno…
Nearly 70 groups want to see an end to sentences they say disproportionately hurt people of color, but they could face a tough fight.
Western Massachusetts residents could see their Eversource bills go up by more than $11 dollars each month.
22News spoke with one Massachusetts lawmaker who thinks this is a bad time for this debate.
The governor is proposing a $2,000 annual assessment for each full-time employee to whom they do not offer insurance.
Massachusetts labor unions are pushing several bills meant to make the workplace safer for millions of employees.
More people are relying on their smartphones now, than ever. A state commission is eyeing further regulations for online gaming.
Around 5,800 publicly funded Massachusetts students attend the 86 member schools of the Mass. Association of Approved Private Schools.