Discussions are underway to decide the details of taxing and regulating the recreational marijuana industry in Massachusetts.
The proposed constitutional amendment calls for a 4 percent surtax on any portion of an individual’s annual income that exceeds $1 million.
Board is hearing from stakeholders as well as the public about regulations before creating guidelines and protocol for issuing licenses.
Silver coins, jewelry, and even letters signed by President John F. Kennedy are among the many items going up for auction this weekend.
From online competition to increasing costs, retailers in Massachusetts are facing growing challenges.
The team of six will help repair and rebuild communications systems, such as satellites and cell phone towers.
The Westfield Democrat, who also serves as a captain in the Army, was recently deployed to South Korea for joint military training.
The panel has been asked to examine the challenges faced by retailers as more shopping moves online.
The Supreme Court will hold arguments Monday in the case brought by students who lost the lottery for open seats in charter schools.
Attorney General Maura Healey says new regulations attached to the Open Meeting Law will make the law easier to understand and enforce.
Baker announced Friday he will send a six-person National Guard communications unit for up to 30 days to help support mobile communications.
Baker said Puerto Rico had accepted the unit to help support satellite-based data and mobile communications on the hurricane-ravaged island.
Trump has said, the cuts will help with economic growth but Neal thinks only the top will benefit from his latest tax plan.
The bill will offer alternatives to incarceration for some while helping former convicts avoid returning to prison for new crimes.
The Massachusetts United for Puerto Rico Fund will distribute money that it raises to help reconstruction and relief in Puerto Rico.
Dealers would still be arrested and prosecuted, as would drug buyers with violent criminal backgrounds.
Some statewide programs and services that faced budget cuts will get more funding, including education, homeless services and adult programs…
The Senate Ways and Means Committee recommended legislation enabling the RMV to hold up an application for a placard while verifying applica…
The Commission will hold public listening sessions starting next week, including a couple stops in western Massachusetts.
One proposal, by Sen. Eric Lesser of Longmeadow, would have the state reimburse members of the National Guard for life insurance premiums.