Massachusetts voters will likely decide in November whether to lift the cap, and expand access to charter schools.
Assisted living nurses want the ability to do more for the seniors they care for in Mass. They aren’t legally allowed to apply eye drops.
Speaker DeLeo is a strong supporter of expanding transgender rights. 22News explains why state lawmakers are worried about privacy.
Brockton State Senator Michael Brady believes special interest groups are getting more involved in local government.
Last week, the Massachusetts Hospital Association said that they don’t support the legalization of marijuana this week, the Massachusetts Sh…
The House voted to give the committee reviewing the legislation additional time before it must make a recommendation.
Struggling against a ballooned budget, backers of the Green Line Extension do not expect development dollars to contribute much to the proje…
Gov. Baker and Democratic leaders had conversations about a solution to avert limits on prices health care providers can charge.
A new policy guide holds Massachusetts as a leader in solar energy, but that status could be at risk under legislation in talks.
The law, signed Monday, limits initial painkiller prescriptions to a seven-day supply, and also restricts future fills.
New website and training video will provide guidance on Open Meeting Law regulations to municipal governments and other public entities.
The legislation is intended to make it easier for offenders to “get their lives back on track” after a conviction, Sen. Patricia Jehlen said…
Help could soon be on the way for people battling drug addiction throughout Massachusetts.
It could soon be more difficult for younger adults to buy cigarettes in Mass. 22News spoke with those on both sides of this heated debate.
The city of Somerville and an international casino company are now scheduled to face off June 2nd.
State lawmakers are considering whether to allow people living in the country illegally to obtain drivers licenses.
The House approved a bill that would regulate ride-hailing services by requiring drivers to undergo criminal background checks.
The Massachusetts House unanimously approved a bill Wednesday designed to address the state’s deadly opioid addiction crisis.
State lawmakers are considering tighter regulations on ride-hailing services.
The forensic accounting firm was hired by the MBTA Retirement Fund in the wake of a report alleging significant inaccuracies in the fund’s f…