At issue is the inclusion in the proposed constitutional amendment of the phrase “subject to appropriation by the Legislature,”
Following a precipitous jump in fares in 2013, the 2013 tax law limited the MBTA to fare increases of 5 percent every two years and directed…
One in ten Massachusetts residents have unclaimed property. 22News got a preview of select items that will be out for bid this weekend.
Backers of expanded access to dental care are planning to push legislation they say will close a gap in dental care.
State officials say they need to combat drug addiction on several fronts. Gov. Baker is partnering with the law enforcement community.
Judges will no longer be required to demand GPS monitoring for those convicted of sex assault, whose cases were continued without a finding.
The bill would not criminalize possession of elephant ivory already owned by state residents or prohibit inheritance or noncommercial gifts.…
In addition to expanding the scope of covered disfigurement injuries to those occurring anywhere on a person’s body, the bill state’s that c…
Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth will close by 2019, but some advocates say that’s not soon enough.
A typo in a phone number on a news release sent media inquiries to a “free and fun party line” advertising adult hotlines.
Some liquor store owners say they’re losing business to neighboring states, while others testified in order to make sure the day off stays.
22News asked local lawmakers why it’s been such an unusually slow year.
Massachusetts collects a tax of up to 16 percent on qualifying estates over $1 million, a fee that reform proponents said during a legislati…
MGM Springfield’s plan to scale back their resort casino project once again. Lawmakers told 22News that they don’t like what’s happening.
Nurses returned to the State House on Tuesday. 22News explains why they’re demanding more individualized care.
Police cars and highway maintenance vehicles are buffered by the “move over law.”
“iPods for Wounded Veterans” provides veterans with free iPods and tablets to get their minds off the day-to-day visits to the doctor.
BOSTON (STATE HOUSE) – Marking the 25th anniversary of the formal relationship between the states, Gov. Charlie Baker and Senate President S…
State lawmakers are already expecting some resistance from the medical community.
Gov. Baker called it “landmark” legislation that would limit the amount of painkillers a doctor is allowed to prescribe.