You could vote to give yourself a state sales tax break on the 2018 ballot.
Nearly 700,000 Massachusetts citizens are not registered to vote. Lobbyists look to automatic voter registration to bring that number down.
President Donald Trump will call for a “new American moment” in Tuesday night’s State of the Union address.
$15 minimum wage supporters believe the move could help workers make ends meet. But the bill is facing opposition from some retailers.
Should Massachusetts grant workers paid family and medical leave? It’s an issue you could see on the ballot.
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The House committee may vote as soon as Monday to release the memo that Republicans say alleges FBI misconduct.
The public is calling on the state to develop a climate adaptation management plan and implement carbon pricing.
Governor Baker’s budget has a new health care proposal, and thousands of residents won’t like it.
Dozens of innovators and tech companies converged on the State House Monday for the TechHUB Caucus’s Innovation Day.
This is part of the Community Compact Cabinet’s grant program that gives agencies and organizations financial support.
Ten cities and towns are getting grants to improve their water systems, including one community in western Massachusetts.
In the first nine months of 2017, more than 900 people died from opioid-related overdoses, according to the Department of Public Health.
As furnaces blaze around the region, eating up natural gas supplied via pipelines, gas-fired power plants had to turn elsewhere for fuel.
To be eligible, they must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and meet income requirements.
Senior White House officials are offering a preview of Trump’s immigration framework, casting it as a compromise that could pass the Senate.
You may be surprised to hear that Massachusetts still has laws on the books that criminalize abortion and ban contraception for unmarried pe…
Trump framed his visit as a sign of positive things happening for the U.S. economy.
Massachusetts attorneys say current state funding for civil legal aid isn’t enough to meet the increasing need for service.
A new report ranks Massachusetts in the bottom 28 percent of the nation on drunk driving laws.