Acting Senate President Harriette Chandler announced she will hold the presidency through the end of the 2018 session.
22News explains why lawmakers have moved up a deadline to keep these bills moving along in the process.
Among the collection of the Massachusetts SJC’s paintings and photos of retired justices is this one, but they don’t know who the he is!
Around the country there are typically 261 licensees per alcohol inspector, but in the Bay State there are 800 licensees per inspector.
The FCC voted to repeal net neutrality almost two months ago. 22News explains state efforts to ensure consumers have open internet access.
Budget talks are underway on Beacon Hill. 22News has a look at Governor Baker’s spending plan for next year.
22News has information about a proposal that could reduce infant mortality rates.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments from a coalition of business groups trying to block the proposal from reaching vote…
22News was at the State House where state leaders awarded funding for prevention efforts to combat gang violence.
Massachusetts could raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour on the 2018 ballot. 22News explains how the move could impact teen workers.
Sources claim that Rosenberg’s husband, Bryon Hefner, had access to his Senate emails and involved himself in Senate affairs.
The CCC started a public input tour Monday under deadlines they must hit in order to live up to the assurances that sales will begin July 1.
Rosenberg said his husband did not exert any influence over his actions and decisions as president.
In the immediate aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, there was a fevered pitch to ban bump stocks.
Healey is among 21 attorneys general who have filed suit in an effort to block the Federal Communications Commission from repealing the poli…
They plan to gather at the State House Tuesday to pressure lawmakers to adopt a bill which would switch to solar and wind power.
Massachusetts currently has a state sales tax of 6.25 percent, but you may be able to reduce it to 5 percent on the 2018 ballot.
22News spoke with a local lawmaker who has filed legislation to establish an official cupcake.
The proposed pay raise would increase the daily minimum from $100 to $200 and would require a budget increase of $250,000.
Governor Baker and Pennsylvania’s governor made a bet for the big game on Sunday, and some Springfield cupcakes are on the line.