A new bill could make Mass. a sanctuary state. 22News asked the Governor if he thinks the state should protect undocumented immigrants.
When it opens, the casino and hotel development will owe a daily tax to the state of 25 percent of its gross gaming revenue.
It’s now official: the weekend of August 15 and 16 will be tax-free for shoppers in Massachusetts.
A member of the Governor’s Council has come up with a controversial way to help treat heroin addicts.
On Wednesday, Governor Baker signed into law a 50 percent increase in the state’s earned income tax credit.
The governor will make the sale tax holiday official Thursday morning, which will take place on the weekend of August 15th and August 16th.
Massachusetts may soon offer sanctuary protections for people who are residing in this country illegally.
Next year, Massachusetts voters may decide whether the state should regulate marijuana like alcohol.
Baker said he plans to push for another increase in the tax credit, to 30 percent of the federal level.
The state Attorney General’s office will review all submissions to be sure they meet constitutional criteria.
A coalition of unions and community groups say they’ve submitted a proposed ballot question aimed at funneling more money into education.