The vote does not overrule state law, which allows residents the right to grow a limited number of marijuana plants in their homes.
State senators are cautious heading into this week’s budget debate, as they look to balance the state’s needs with a nearly half billion dol…
The Massachusetts State Police presented awards and medals to those who took action in times of crisis.
Commissioner Chester will provide updates about the current year’s testing and a preview of the standard setting process.
22News spoke with Congressman Richard Neal as he received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.
Setti Warren is looking to unseat Republican Gov. Charlie Baker.
Senator Eric Lesser said he thinks not providing benefits to all public workers is a missing piece.
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo delivered the Western Massachusetts EDC’s keynote address and discussed marijuana regulation.
More than 100 lawmakers support a bill to raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco products, like cigarettes, to 21.
22News spoke with western Massachusetts bikers who support bills that would help keep them safe on the road.
If you’re caught using a phone in a school zone, you could soon receive a fine.
As state lawmakers continue to craft next year’s budget, 22News explains how lawmakers plan to bring more revenue to the state.
Some state lawmakers believe raising the purchase age could prevent people from becoming life-long smokers.
The Senate’s Budget Committee released their state spending plan for next fiscal year with a focus on education and health care.
The state is currently more than $460-million dollars below expectations in tax collections for this fiscal year.
Governor Baker’s budget includes more than $190 million for capital projects at public colleges, but some say that’s not enough.
The slots parlor off I-495 in Plainville generated $14,305,671.75 in gross gaming revenue in April from $174,811,169.76 in wagers.
The bill would also add e-cigarettes to the existing smoke-free workplace law and prohibit health care institutions
The bill would be set up based on the amount of added sugar per 12 fluid ounces.
State lawmakers are proposing free breakfast after the bell, that could reach 150,000 Massachusetts students in need.