The House passed the bill by a vote of 127-23. The branches will now have to reconcile any differences in the bill before enacting it and se…
Among the bills’ provisions are the repeal of mandatory minimum drug sentences, the reduction of certain low level-felonies to misdemeanors …
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Governor Baker wants to lift the cap on charter schools and authorize up to a dozen new schools each year.
There’s a push to increase the minimum wage again – this time to $15 dollars an hour.
House and Senate negotiators on Beacon Hill could begin meeting soon to reconcile differences in a recently approved spending bill.
The state Senate passed a supplemental budget to close out the last fiscal year to help with the drug addiction crisis and other programs.
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State law currently limits the number of charter schools that can be established, but Governor Charlie Baker wants to allow more.
The Mass. Senate continued to debate a supplemental budget to close out fiscal 2015. 22News explains how much they plan to spend.
Members of the eight-member elected Governor’s Council quizzed Jennifer Roberts about her relatively low number of trials, lack of exclusive…