The 22News I-Team reveals how some people are getting recreational marijuana before retail stores open in Massachusetts.
It’s been five months since marijuana became legal in Massachusetts and the law is still confusing to some residents.
The budget would be a 3.8% increase over last year’s budget, and lawmakers will have to sift through 1,200 amendments in order to pass it.
A legislative committee that was created to review the state’s recreational marijuana law will hold their final hearing Monday.
Congressman Jim McGovern, who has raised treatment funding from the federal government, toured the recovery center on Friday.
Seating was limited Friday night as Senator Elizabeth Warren’s book tour stopped at Mount Holyoke College.
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.
Funding helps communities to reduce energy costs, usage and emissions by investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
The Governor said drivers who had been blocked from driving for the ride-hailing companies have successfully appealed.
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.
Petition organizers need to get enough signatures and approval by city officials in order to get this to be a ballot question in November.
A new health care task force is seeking to update the state’s guidelines for community benefits provided by nonprofit hospitals.
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.
The bill would create requirements for school districts that decide to offer sex education. Some parents believe the state is overstepping.
State lawmakers are proposing a local tax to pay for transportation projects. 22News found out how this tax would work.