Massachusetts lawmakers are bracing for the financial impacts of the American Health Care Act, if it passes.
Governor Baker declined Thursday to weigh in on what he’d like to see happen with monumental health care legislation.
Attorney General Maura Healey is asking state regulators to ensure Eversource “is not over-earning at the expense of its customers.”
The operator of the state’s $90 million broadband network in western and central Massachusetts filed for bankruptcy in federal court.
22News explains why some state lawmakers believe this could help the state combat voter fraud.
The governor has expressed concerns that the plan would cost the state $1 billion in 2020.
Governor Charlie Baker was in western Massachusetts on Thursday, as a special guest at the Quaboag Regional Middle/High School in Warren.
22News is working for you to explain why some clothing and shoes purchases are not tax exempt.
The state is expected to allocate about $200 million to repair roads in communities statewide, but some are looking for $300 million.
MassCann says that if the state charges too much in taxes, marijuana users will just look to buy it on the black market.
22News explains why the state is still allocating more money to underfunded state programs.
Baker’s proposal would impose a $2,000 per employee assessment on companies with 11 or more employees that don’t offer health coverage.
The one-time benefit is paid out to the families of police officers, firefighters, or other emergency personnel killed in the line-of-duty.
The Department of Public Health has requested funding from the federal government to increase the number of needle exchange locations.
22News explains why social workers are urging Massachusetts lawmakers to help the state’s most vulnerable residents.
Families of children with autism, Down syndrome, and other issues, rely on the government to pay for caregiving and support programs.
Over 500 Massachusetts business owners are calling on Governor Baker to withdraw support for building natural gas pipelines in the state.
A Brockton business owner and his construction company have paid $150,000 for disguising the true source of campaign contributions.
DCR will increase fees for out-of-state residents and initiate fee hikes on state residents that were approved over two years ago.
Following heavy criticism, the governor now says he is looking into alternatives to make weekend commuter rail service more efficient.