The state’s unemployment rate increased .1 percent from December, to 3.2 percent unemployment.
State Sen. Eric Lesser met with Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy, who is encouraging Massachusetts Gov. Baker to invest in the rail link.
Several administration officials are expected to testify along with the state treasurer, attorney general and secretary of state.
Gov. Baker says he has no plans to seek an extension of a law that gave Boston’s transit system more power to privatize certain operations.
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22News found out what some legislators are doing to get this law passed through the state.
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal knocked the plan as a one that would force “millions to pay more to get less health care.”
Dispensaries are expected to open next year, but it’s still unclear what the tax revenue from those sales would be used for.
Baker says his proposal will give the state direct oversight of water quality monitoring, assessment, and water quality standards programs.
The White House did propose preserving federal payments to the group, if it stops providing abortions.
Josh Earnest says Republican President Donald Trump is cynically using the press while relying on it to appeal to the public.
The bill has kicked off what will likely be a long and heated debate on the future of the country’s Medicaid program.
President Donald Trump vowed to establish paid family leave in his first address to Congress last week.
Robert DeLeo unveiled his proposal during a speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Tuesday.
Workers rights and women’s groups have been pushing for the creation of a paid family and medical leave program in the state.
The Massachusetts Municipal Association is asking state lawmakers to secure three-year’s worth of transportation funding.
Forty years to the day Congressman Richard Neal announced he would fight to reopen Springfield’s Union Station, it will reopen, to its origi…
Budget writers are keeping their fingers crossed that tax revenues will bounce back.
Governor Baker is urging state lawmakers to approve $200 million in funding to make sure the roads you drive on are safe.
The Rattlesnake Review Group is eyeing Mount Tom in Holyoke as a possible location to breed timber rattlesnakes.