Every employee in the state will be entitled to sick days, and jobs employing at least 11 people will pay for those sick days.
The legislature’s Revenue Committee heard testimony on 43 bills Tuesday, including one that would offer budding tech companies a tax break.
Health insurers say new payments they face could drive up premiums and punish companies that are focusing on more efficient health care oper…
Gov. Baker nominated a former colleague from the Weld administration to be elevated to chief justice of the Mass. Appeals Court.
Community leaders gathered at the State House to rally against the Dominican Republic’s policy toward those of Haitian descent.
More mentally-ill patients are showing up at emergency departments for help. Nurses told 22News there isn’t enough room to treat everyone.
A Brockton lawmaker who had served in the Legislature for more than 30 years has died.
Until a final agreement is reached, the state will likely operate under a stopgap budget that has been signed by Gov. Charlie Baker.
Same sex marriage is now legal nationwide. 22News explains where the fight for marriage equality began.
An unlikely pair coming together to block taxpayer dollars from being spent on the Olympic Games if Boston is chosen as the host city.
Massachusetts Lt. Governor Karyn Polito provides updates on programs and legislation planned by the Baker administration.