The state’s tax collections continue to come in below expectations and lawmakers are looking for ways bring in more revenue.
The Massachusetts House plans next week to take up legislation mandating accommodations for pregnant women on the job.
Cybersecurity and opioid abuse are shaping up as policy focus areas of the Massachusetts Senate.
The committee working on alterations to the pot law could choose to separate its recommendations into two separate bills.
Our rough roads could soon be smoother. 22News was at the State House when lawmakers approved road repair funding.
Proponents say that current policies were made decades ago, and need to be updated due to improved technology.
The renovation is believed to be the most extensive renovation the chamber has ever seen.
Melha Shrine Circus attempted to put on a show without animal acts last year and lost money, according to the Eastern States Exposition.
The nuts and bolts of zoning and construction permitting take place at the local level but the state sets out the framework, and Peake’s pro…
Baker says the changes included in the bill will help make the law fit the current criminal and technological landscape.
The bill intends to increase affordable housing in the state by allowing overrides of zoning laws in order to build multi-unit properties.
The House Speaker suggested a new approach state officials could take in regulating the new legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts.
The “unorthodox” idea of providing a sanctioned space for illegal intravenous drug use deserves further study, the Governor told reporters.
Thousands rallied in Massachusetts, and across the country, on Monday for International Workers Day.
22News explains how one proposed tax break could help small businesses save money in Massachusetts.
The Longmeadow Democratic Committee held its annual Democrats of the Year award brunch.
The Massachusetts Pirate Party is one of 26 minor parties listed by the secretary of state’s office that does not have ballot access.
Workers and their family members are calling on the state to hold companies accountable that put workers in dangerous situations.
The State Senate is updating their public notification system and going “paperless”.
Last year, $518-Million of our state taxes was spent on public assistance programs.