Those pushing the repeal say they’re defending the fundamental rights to privacy and safety, particularly for women and children.
The ballot question committee filed 34,231 certified signatures with the Secretary of State, more than what’s needed to ensure ballot.
Evidence in sexual assault cases that have not yet been reported as crimes would be required to be preserved for at least 15 years.
The plaintiffs say that the state could force churches to open their facilities to transgender individuals in violation of their beliefs.
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State lawmakers want to control the cost of health care. They’re trying to find out why prices can vary so much.
Two justices of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will be retiring next year.
Bump recently took control of two businesses owned by her late husband, but says she will not manage day-to-day operations.
The president and six other executive board members of the Boston Carmen’s Union were being arraigned in Charlestown District Court.
Governor Charlie Baker on Friday signed a nearly $190-million budget to close the books on Fiscal 2016, which ended in June.
The state program is operating now in Worcester, with Monson Savings Bank running a similar program locally.
The Ballot Question 2 initiative would allow the creation of up to 12 new charter schools, or enrollment expansions in existing charter scho…
A report from the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts found marijuana arrests disproportionately affect African-Americans.
James Gavin Reardon, Jr. represented a range of clients, from the murder suspect who had horns on his head, to the Catholic Diocese of Worce…
MassHealth is the insurance program that frequently needs supplemental appropriations.
Firefighters from four towns worked together Thursday afternoon to put out a barn fire in East Longmeadow.
This November, you’ll vote on the future of public education in Mass. On Thursday, dozens showed support for public schools.
A “yes” vote on Question 4 does more than legalize recreational marijuana- it also sets up a new structure for how the drug will be taxed.
22News explains why civil rights groups have concerns about the way the new state public records law is written.
The state actually collected more in September of 2016 than they did in September of 2015, but it was still below expectations.