Massachusetts lawmakers say a new GMO labeling law signed by President Obama will preempt state efforts to impose simple-to-read labels.
The House Ways and Means Committee will release a bill that would require insurers to cover treatment for HIV-associated lipodystrophy.
Former Governor Michael Dukakis shared some perspective Thursday on November’s contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Pioneer Institute is urging the state to look into expanding the use of tolling transponders to pay for parking and retail.
A group opposed to a ballot question that would expand charter schools in Mass. cited what they called excessive discipline at the schools.
The Springfield Democrat told 22News that if this was a problem at Exit 6, he suspects that there are similar issues elsewhere.
Baker is pushing back against the attorney general’s crackdown on “copycat” assault weapons, stating that clarifications are needed.
The Department of Public Health is working to demystify the data and identify previously unseen trends in Massachusetts opioid crisis.
The two-year contract, which workers are expected to vote to ratify in coming weeks, was negotiated in three languages.
At the event, MBTA Police Chief Kenneth Green praised the MBLLC for their work and welcomed coalition members to the city.
The Coalition said residential and commercial electricity rates in New England are 50% to 58% higher than the national average.
The nearly 60 lawmakers sent the Attorney General a letter of opposition over the weekend, saying it violates the 2nd Amendment.
Business is winding down for the summer on Beacon Hill. 22News explain why a push to reduce youth smoking didn’t make the cut.