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.
You are required to wear a seat belt while driving or riding in a car. But you can’t get pulled over for not wearing a seat belt.
22News explains what the state is doing to ensure rural communities can pay for needed improvements.
Gov. Baker announced a first-in-the-nation set of education principles for social workers to address addiction and opioid treatment.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said he would be issuing a new set of rules overriding the Clean Power Plan.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said Monday he would be issuing a new set of rules overriding the Clean Power Plan.
Nursing home facilities are the second largest health care employer in the state, providing jobs for 77,000 workers.
Western Massachusetts residents could soon have a new way to get to New York.
The bill would allow cities and towns to collect funds to market certain communities to tourists.
AG Healey said the new rule places the employers’ religious beliefs above a woman’s right to care for her body.
Bill would allow terminally ill adults with six months or less to live to request, obtain and self-ingest life-ending prescription medicatio…
22News explains how the new numbers give lawmakers some hope for possible budget overrides.
22News explains a state proposal to expand safety protections for workers.
Massachusetts leads the nation in healthcare coverage and quality of care, but that doesn’t make the topic of health insurance less confusin…
Lawmakers are moving forward with overrides to the Governor’s budget vetoes to restore funding to programs and services.
The state is sending law enforcement officers to Puerto Rico and collecting funds to help victims of Hurricanes Maria and Irma.