Massachusetts drivers may soon be forced to put down their cell phones while behind the wheel.
In Baker’s State of the Commonwealth address, he talked about a range of topics from jobs and education, to opiate addiction and treatment.
Governor Charlie Baker outlined his agenda in the year ahead during his first State of the Commonwealth address on Thursday.
The proposed requirement would ensure that drivers for ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft undergo fingerprinting.
The proposed legislation would provide protections for animals sold in pet stores and the consumers who purchase a sick animal.
22News spoke with Governor Baker on Wednesday about some of the topics he’ll talk about in the State of the Commonwealth address.
Opioid-related deaths remain high in Massachusetts as the state works to find ways to reduce overdose fatalities.
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Attorney General Maura Healey said the overprescribing of opioids is contributing to the spike in overdoses and deaths in Massachusetts.