22News spoke with Warren Representative Todd Smola, who explained the difficulties revenue shortfalls have caused when forming the budget.
Despite its status as a full-time Legislature, Massachusetts is one of just a few states still without a state budget.
The six-member conference committee missed last Friday’s self-imposed deadline.
Massachusetts retailers are pushing to reduce the state sales tax to as low as 4 percent, a decision that may come before voters on the 2018…
A reports by State Auditor Suzanne Bump says the state’s healthcare system has significant disparities for low-income and minority residents…
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission approved nearly $600,000 in grants to put residents to work at local casinos.
Read the text of the governor’s annual proclamation to mark Independence Day.
One state lawmaker is calling for tough penalties for those who use specially-made secret compartments to hide drugs or guns in their car.
The Los Angeles march was one of several similar gatherings Sunday across California and the nation.
The White House’s legislative director, said Trump was making calls to wavering senators and insisted they were “getting close” on a bill.
The House and Senate have approved separate versions of an approximately $40.3 billion budget, but differences still need to be resolved.
President Trump escalated an intensely personal feud with two talk show hosts Saturday, suggesting that their network is biased against him.
Lawmakers are racing against the clock to get a final bill to revise Massachusetts marijuana law to Governor Charlie Baker’s desk.
22News explains how close lawmakers are to completing next year’s budget.
With only hours left in the fiscal year, lawmakers continue to work on next year’s budget.
Secretary of State Galvin’s office says they won’t share the voter registry with the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
If you’re caught, you could get handed a $100 fine the first time and up to $500 for multiple offenses.
22News explains what lawmakers are doing to protect pregnant workers from discrimination in the workplace.
Adjunct workers make up a majority of the faculty at nearly 30 non-profit schools in Massachusetts.
Under the proposal scheduled for debate Thursday, drivers could only use their cellphones, or other electronic devices, in hands-free mode.