Two legislative committees have determined that manageable caseloads top the list of agenda items for the agency charged with protecting chi…
The state has been ordered to fully implement a 2008 law aimed at updating rates paid to human service providers.
Sen. Thomas McGee said “we didn’t get to where we need to be” with laws aimed at shoring up transportation funding.
Officials are proposing a budget that aims to raise the salaries of early educators and get more children off wait lists.
Getting people back to work is a top focus for your state lawmakers this year. 22News explains how they plan to boost businesses and jobs in…
The American Civil Liberties Union has some laws they hope to get passed. 22News explains their plan to prevent racial profiling by police.
Patrick has signed on to be a visiting fellow at the MIT beginning this spring, the school and he announced Tuesday.
A public policy researcher at Northeastern University is Gov. Charlie Baker’s pick to oversee the state’s transportation system.
Debate will be held during the Massachusetts Senate’s first formal session of the year on January 21st.
The state’s budget shortfall could be erased without a major showdown.
Legal bills can be expensive. 22News highlights a program that connects low-income families with legal advice.
Read the latest from the Boston State House.
Former Sen. Richard Moore has applied for a job with the Obama administration.
Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday his team is still “digging” through the numbers to identify the size of the state budget problem.
The conservative Republican who lost his party’s nomination to Charlie Baker has now lost his effort to lead a conservative group.
State Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he’s going to bring in experts to take a closer look at Boston’s Olympic proposal.
President Obama announced a new proposal that could change the way students pay for community college.