Baker has requested authority to restructure MassHealth benefits “to the extent permitted by federal law.”
Senate President Stanley Rosenberg and state Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton are among those scheduled to participate.
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We’re expecting more snow. 22News explains how the state’s already spent millions on cleanup and will have to spend millions more.
Mass. Senate leaders consider rule changes that would make it easier to advance legislative agendas past the House.
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A new initiative called “Building on What Works” hopes to be a competitive way to increase funding for public schools.
Gov. Baker said Thursday that he is planning a series of reforms targeting the MassHealth program.
Baker included the spending reductions as part of his plan to close a $768 million gap in the $36.5 billion state budget.
The late night service pilot program was originally set to end in March.
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A year and a half after raising taxes to address public transportation repair and expansion needs, a House Democrat who helped steer the fin…
Seeking to give prosecutors tools to combat ritual disfigurement of children that is common in certain areas of the world, Massachusetts law…
Black and Latino state lawmakers met with Gov. Baker to discuss issues facing minorities. 22News explains the changes they hope to make.
Strokes are the leading cause of death among women in Mass. On Wednesday, state lawmakers joined the fight to end heart disease.
State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg said the fund might lower its expectation due to instability in the global economy.
Governor Charlie Baker says that the western Massachusetts office of the governor in downtown Springfield will remain open.