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.
The new law allows transgender people to use public restrooms that match their gender identity rather than the one listed on their birth cer…
Councillor Michael Albano will also discuss his upcoming vote on Governor.
No action has been taken on legislation that calls for suspending the state’s 6.25 percent sales tax for one weekend next month.
Students with intellectual and developmental disabilities would have a clearer path to state colleges and universities under the bill.
If recreational marijuana becomes legal in Massachusetts, it won’t be just for smoking.
The governor ordered the U.S. and Massachusetts flags to be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings following the tragedy in Dallas.
Governor Charlie Baker wants to make sure undocumented immigrants can’t obtain a driver’s license in Massachusetts.
22News spoke with Governor Baker just hours after he signed the transgender anti-discrimination bill into law.
Massachusetts House approved more than $915 million in borrowing as part of an economic development bill aimed at boosting jobs.
Toasted by above-average temperatures, the Massachusetts landscape is marked by lower than normal reservoir levels.