The goal is to begin a conversation about attracting more businesses to western Massachusetts, and ultimately create more jobs.
The offshore wind project planned for Nantucket Sound has not given up despite some serious setbacks,
State lawmakers often talk about the difficult decisions they are forced to make when choosing how much money to allocate to programs.
It’s a controversial topic across the U.S. 22News spoke with state lawmakers on Tuesday that could take up the transgender issue in May.
Critics argue that the device would be too expensive; costing offenders more than $1,500 each year.
It is unlikely that Senate President Stanley Rosenberg will get his chance in the coming months to alter the state’s tax code.
Massachusetts Lawmakers will vote on Thursday a bill to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21.
The gas tax and film tax credit amendments, both filed by Rep. Angelo Scaccia, were rejected on voice votes.
$39.5 billion is on the line. 22News spoke with western Massachusetts lawmakers that spent most of Monday debating the state budget.
Should Mass. residents who earn more than $1-million a year pay extra taxes? 22News explains how that money would be spent.
Have ideas or questions about the future of energy in Western Massachusetts? We want to hear from you.
It may soon be against the law for high school seniors to purchase tobacco products.
Top state leaders held a ceremony on Friday, to spread a message of hope and unity to the Armenian people of Massachusetts.
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Smoking while driving in Massachusetts is currently not illegal, but a Norfolk Republican is pushing a budget amendment to change that.
22News asked Beacon Hill lawmakers whether a natural gas pipeline project is needed to lower our electric bills.
22News explains why the people the Governor choses for the Supreme Judicial Court is considered one of his most important responsibilities.
The agreement commits every public two-year and four-year campus to a 10% rebate to qualifying full-time undergraduates.
The 22News I-Team in-depth report researches the facts and talks to supporters and detractors to bring you the most current information.
A new state audit revealed that MassHealth paid nearly a half-million of your tax dollars to doctors who are banned from the program.