The state’s Public Safety Secretary admitted his office made some serious mistakes and thousands of OUI cases could be impacted.
The Office of Alcohol Testing failed to produce damning documents which would have been crucial evidence in a court case.
Steven Hoffman, a 64-year-old Lincoln resident, was named by State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg Thursday as her pick to lead the CCC.
Sen. Spilka said the person would have “the authority to cut through all this bureaucratic stuff and say, ‘This is what a person needs.'”
The bill would eliminate the need for Massachusetts to amend state law every time a new drug needs to be prohibited.
The reform package will update drug scheduling and witness intimidation statutes and strengthen penalties for illegal distribution of drugs …
Lawmakers held a round table discussion with health care providers and experts to find out what is driving up health care cost.
The number of political lobbyists is on the rise in Massachusetts. 22News dug deeper to find out why.
22News explains how the state is responding to help people displaced by Tropical Storm Harvey.
State Treasurer Deb Goldberg says Massachusetts’ lottery is “sitting here like dead ducks” as New Hampshire adds Keno and online sales.
The state is expanding a program that gives Massachusetts students rebates and tuition freezes at public colleges and universities.
Masshealth is will invest more than $500 million to allow better access for complex long term and behavioral health needs.
A local lawmaker filed a bill that would do away with requirements that citizens register to vote, and put them on the rolls automatically.
The seat became vacant following the death of Rep. Gailanne Cariddi two months ago.
“We’ve seen some impressive year-over-year drops in petitions recently as the backlog of foreclosures gets cleared up,” Timothy Warren said.
Dental care is currently limited under MassHealth. 22News explains a proposal to expand coverage for oral health services.
Under the plan, utility companies would be required to get at least 80% of their electricity from clean sources by 2050.
The president wants to lift Obama-era restrictions on the sale of surplus military weaponry to local police departments.
The initiative cuts costs by an average of $5,090 for community college students who transfer to UMass or a state university.
Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order undoing an Obama-era directive that restricted police agencies’ access to military equipment.