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.
Governor Charlie Baker filed legislation Wednesday to bring Massachusetts into compliance with the federal Real ID Act.
A judge has ruled that former Massachusetts House Speaker Tom Finneran should have his pension retroactively reinstated.
The Environmental League of Massachusetts, led by former Democratic state senator George Bachrach, also laid out plans to target the “Dirty …
Carl Sciortino, executive director of the Boston-based AIDS Action Committee, told the News Service the bill would mandate coverage for HIV-…
The bill (H 3806) creates a local registration process for scrap metal dealers and requires dealers to tag and hold items for at least 48 ho…
The House passed the bill by a vote of 127-23. The branches will now have to reconcile any differences in the bill before enacting it and se…
Among the bills’ provisions are the repeal of mandatory minimum drug sentences, the reduction of certain low level-felonies to misdemeanors …
22News explains how the issue was sparked in Hampden County.
Governor Baker wants to lift the cap on charter schools and authorize up to a dozen new schools each year.
There’s a push to increase the minimum wage again – this time to $15 dollars an hour.
House and Senate negotiators on Beacon Hill could begin meeting soon to reconcile differences in a recently approved spending bill.
The state Senate passed a supplemental budget to close out the last fiscal year to help with the drug addiction crisis and other programs.
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