22News has the details on a proposal to further workforce development in the health care sector.
Environmentalists are calling on Governor Charlie Baker to address climate change by signing an executive order.
The bill would allow patients with terminal diseases to request that their doctor write a prescription for life-ending medication.
Healey, a Democrat, said Tuesday the Equifax breach “may be the most brazen failure to protect consumer data” her office has seen.
The Commission’s first order of business is to develop a work plan to meet deadlines set by the state’s marijuana law.
Award from nonprofit group honors dedication and service to the state’s children and families.
A group of lawmakers and health care advocates are calling on a state committee to back a bill that would expand access to dental care.
The Amherst Democrat is on a trip paid for by the UN Association of Austria, the City of Graz, and the Senate Presidents’ Forum.
Hurricane Irma has weakened to a tropical storm after cutting a destructive path through the state of Florida.
Trump ordered an end to DACA but Congressman Richard Neal told 22News, Congress has proposed alternate options for undocumented immigrants.
Money generated from the gas tax would be used to help your community pay to repair the roads and bridges you drive on.
The halls of the State House have been quieter than usual for the past few weeks with many state representatives and senators away.
Legislators are pushing to pass bills to improve oral health in Massachusetts, especially for those who can’t afford it otherwise.
18 communities, including two in western Massachusetts, are getting funding for improvements to drinking water and wastewater infrastructure…
Pro-life advocates are leading a 2020- ballot campaign to vote on a constitutional amendment to end taxpayer funding of abortions.
State Senator William Brownsberger filed a bill that would provide a space for people to use pre-obtained drugs under the supervision of hea…
Lt. Governor Polito says affordable health care is imperative for Massachusetts residents.
More than a dozen initiative petitions, including raising the minimum wage, are now one step closer to making it onto the 2018 ballot.
The proposal would require that presidential candidates release their federal tax returns in order to appear on the ballot in Massachusetts.
Steven Hoffman says that even though the majority on the board opposed legalization, they will implement the law fairly.