Growing lists of breeds maintained by insurers, is forcing homeowners to give up their pets, putting burdens on animal welfare agencies.
Massachusetts wiretap law hasn’t been amended in about 50 years. Some state officials think it’s about time for that law to be updated.
The Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Surgeons held an advocacy summit at the State House on Monday.
22News explains a proposal to update procedures for state agencies and local governing boards.
AG Healey wants to protect tens of thousands of Massachusetts residents from facing significant increases in healthcare premiums.
Senate proposal calls for raising the age for juvenile court jurisdiction to 19 and repealing mandatory minimums for some drug offenses.
It takes 270 electoral votes to win the U.S. Presidency, but a resolution in the State House hopes to change that.
Local law enforcement would need a vote of approval from a local governing board before applying for equipment.
State looking for input on developing strategies for reducing environmental impact of transportation sector.
Massachusetts lawmakers are working quickly to pass legislation that would ban bump stocks.
Lawmakers want to reform the Massachusetts criminal justice system this session.
22News explains a state proposal that could impact whom casinos can hire here in Massachusetts.
The change is meant to remove a provision intended to apply to employees who work on casino gaming floors, but not block “blue collar” worke…
22News explains what the state’s doing to bring more awareness about domestic violence.
We hear it all too often that seniors are victims of phone schemes or other financial abuse. Bills would address financial and physical abus…
Lawmakers are closing the books for fiscal 2017. 22News explains how lawmakers plan to balance the budget.
The House voted Wednesday 151-3 in favor of legislation to ban bump stocks, such as those used by the Las Vegas shooter.
House and Senate Republicans have also said they support the measure.
Consumers would have to wait until Tuesday to find out if the premium for their insurance would go up by as much as 26 percent.
The race for the Democratic nomination in the Third District has already attracted four candidates.