The Supreme Judicial Court is set to hear oral arguments in both cases Wednesday.
State Police can now help federal immigration authorities detain dangerous individuals. 22News explains why lawmakers have concerns.
The law establishes deadlines for public agencies to fulfill records requests, such as payroll receipts and emails.
State zoning laws have not seen significant changes since the 1970’s.
May revenue collections $34-million more than May 2015, but lower than expected.
Gov. Baker changed a policy, allowing State Police to detain some illegal immigrants. 22News explains what this new policy means.
Legislation filed in January by Everett Democrat Sen. Sal DiDomenico (S 2287) would require natural gas utilities to locate and ensure acces…
Gov. Charlie Baker’s new policy does not allow State Police to stop or arrest people “solely on the basis of their immigration status,” and …
Filed in January 2015 by Sen. James Timilty, the bill would require the installation of ignition interlock devices — which test a driver’s …
22News is working for you with a look at how your local representatives voted on a controversial transgender rights bill.
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol is proposing a ballot question to allow recreational use for adults with taxes on sales.
The state taking steps to cut down on pollution. 22News reveals their plan to make the air we breathe cleaner.
The House and Senate must reach a compromise on spending before sending a final budget to the Governor.
Two recycling bills and legislation calling for a 10-year ban on hydraulic fracturing in Massachusetts are on tap for Senate consideration.
The new policy is more in line with federal government guidelines than the previous one under the Patrick administration
Eleven year-old Alena Mulhern will by 2040 meet all the qualifications to run for president except one: she was born in China.
The House voted in favor of the bill that would bar discrimination against transgender individuals in public places.
It can cost considerable time and money to access public records like payroll reports and government emails.
Gov. Charlie Baker has signed into law a bill aimed at avoiding a battle over a health care pricing ballot question.
Baker said the House version of the bill “supplies the right amount of clarity with respect to the public safety questions.”