The state’s legislature has given initial approval to a bill that would make funds for repair and improvement projects available.
Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change is filing a bill aimed at reducing pollution and increasing renewable energy use.
A group of Massachusetts lawmakers have unveiled a bill that aims to sharply increase the state’s use of renewable energy.
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is blasting President Donald Trump’s $1.5 trillion plan for the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.
The Democrat has long represented the 2nd Hampshire District, which includes Easthampton, Hadley, South Hadley, and part of Granby.
MassMutual had some incentives to stay in its home state for the project.
The Department of Justice is requesting that a question asking respondents about their citizenship status be included on the 2020 census.
Six states allow physician-assisted death. Massachusetts could become the next state if lawmakers pass a bill that would make it legal.
The Trump administration, which favored approval of the broad budget measure, was preparing for a “lapse” in appropriations.
Immigrants and their supporters want Congress to pass protections for some 800,000 young people brought illegally into the country as childr…
Chandler says she will not be a candidate when senators elect a new president at the start of the next legislative session in January 2019.
The Senate approved $45 million in state funding for a new Springfield Police headquarters Thursday.
22News explains how the education advocates think the state can improve reading proficiency.
The lottery terminal has been making stops around Massachusetts since being taken out of service.
Housing advocates told 22News that they want the state to allocate more money to help some people pay for a place to live.
Acting Senate President Harriette Chandler announced she will hold the presidency through the end of the 2018 session.
22News explains why lawmakers have moved up a deadline to keep these bills moving along in the process.
Among the collection of the Massachusetts SJC’s paintings and photos of retired justices is this one, but they don’t know who the he is!
Around the country there are typically 261 licensees per alcohol inspector, but in the Bay State there are 800 licensees per inspector.
The FCC voted to repeal net neutrality almost two months ago. 22News explains state efforts to ensure consumers have open internet access.