President Trump escalated an intensely personal feud with two talk show hosts Saturday, suggesting that their network is biased against him.
Lawmakers are racing against the clock to get a final bill to revise Massachusetts marijuana law to Governor Charlie Baker’s desk.
22News explains how close lawmakers are to completing next year’s budget.
With only hours left in the fiscal year, lawmakers continue to work on next year’s budget.
Secretary of State Galvin’s office says they won’t share the voter registry with the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
If you’re caught, you could get handed a $100 fine the first time and up to $500 for multiple offenses.
22News explains what lawmakers are doing to protect pregnant workers from discrimination in the workplace.
Adjunct workers make up a majority of the faculty at nearly 30 non-profit schools in Massachusetts.
Under the proposal scheduled for debate Thursday, drivers could only use their cellphones, or other electronic devices, in hands-free mode.
Dealing with low milk prices, Massachusetts dairy farmers are hoping that the state will increase tax credits they receive.
Nearly 265,000 Massachusetts residents would lose their health coverage if the proposal passes.
The state has given Greenfield about a quarter million dollars to be more energy efficient. 22News found out how the money will be spent.
22News explains a proposal to further regulate flame retardants to keep you and firefighters safe.
Chester, who served as commissioner of elementary and secondary education since 2008, died on Monday night.
Under current law, you don’t pay sales tax on “food products,” but lawmakers are pushing to take candy and soda off the tax exempt list.
State lawmakers are inching closer to revising Massachusetts’ recreational marijuana law.
Under the proposed bill, you can still make calls behind the wheel but you must use a hands-free method.
The Affordable Care Act, passed in 2010, required health plans to cover contraceptives, without co-pays, as a preventative service.
The legislation would also prohibit motorists from reading or composing messages, or accessing social media.
The House and Senate both approved bills to revise Massachusetts pot laws, but a few steps remain before the ballot law is fully changed.