Formal sessions will come to a close the weekend of July 30-31 and lawmakers are scurrying to advance major bills before the deadline.
The full details of the bill can’t currently be revealed until the committee officially reaches an overall decision towards the bill.
U.S. Treasury Department could launch an investigation into CRRC, the Chinese railcar company opening a manufacturing plant in Springfield.
Asked whether the meeting was in preparation of a potential new base realignment and closure (BRAC) effort, Jones said the task force has be…
Transgender anti-discrimination bill was signed into law less than two weeks ago. 22News explains how opponents will attempt to repeal it.
The state is expecting a tax revenue shortage that could reach $1 billion.
This is the first of five scheduled consumer listening sessions, but it’s the only one that’ll be held here in Western Massachusetts.
Led by the Massachusetts Family Institute, 21 people on Monday filed a referendum petition with the Secretary of State’s office.
Governor, House Speaker, and Senate President optimistic their collective legislative priorities will prevail before the end of July.
Hundreds of people rallied at the State House against expanding natural gas pipelines in Massachusetts.
Mass. shoppers won’t get a sales tax holiday this year. 22News explains why top state leaders decided against the two-day tax break.
Baker was the guest on “On the Record,” the Sunday morning political program.
Relief may be on the way for women who struggle to complete with their male co-workers.
Many Massachusetts cities and towns want more liquor licenses, but right now, they must go through the state legislature.
Animal lovers gathered on the State House steps, urging state lawmakers to pass a bill keeping people from leaving pets in the car.
22News explains how a 7-year-old girl plans to raise money and awareness for children’s hospitals.
Assault on a police officer is considered a misdemeanor with rare instances of jail time.
Members of a state criminal justice working group said they could see benefits to adopting a data-based pretrial risk assessment tool.
State lawmakers raised the cigarette tax three years ago, but none of that money has gone to anti-smoking programs — and it doesn’t have to.
Massachusetts shoppers might not have a sales tax holiday this year, which could cost the state tens of millions of dollars.