Some state lawmakers are say that the bill is needed to protect people from the effects of withdrawal.
A bill filed by Gov. Baker would, for example, allow optometrists to treat glaucoma and podiatrists to perform amputations.
Lawmakers are considering major reforms to the state’s health care system proposed by Gov. Baker. But some fear it could cut their coverage.
Updating the formula for funding to local public schools is one of several proposed reforms.
The state’s highest court ruled Monday that local and state law enforcement cannot arrest or hold immigrants on behalf of ICE.
The bill would require that colleges track how they handle allegations of dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Officials from the daily fantasy sports website are upset over their characterization as online gaming, rather than a game of skill.
The state’s highest court says that state and local authorities cannot detain immigrants solely at the request of federal officials.
Tax collections came in more than $430 million below expectations last fiscal year.
Massachusetts’ sales tax holiday usually occurs in August. But the state has yet to decide whether to give you a sales tax break this year.
22News explains how the state plans to increase revenues for the next fiscal year.
Governor Charlie Baker is reviewing legislation to reform Massachusetts’ recreational marijuana law.
Massachusetts’ highest court says that state and local authorities cannot detain immigrants solely on the request of federal officials.
The grants will allow for the rehabilitation of 286 housing units around the state.
After accepting a top White House job, President Donald Trump’s new communications adviser announced Saturday that he’s deleting old tweets.
Two former top intelligence officials didn’t hold back their anger about Trump’s past disparaging comments about the intelligence agencies.
Gov. Baker signed a budget into law this week, and with it came more than $300 million in vetoes, impacting western Massachusetts programs.
22News dug deeper to find out why this bill could face legal challenges.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will be discussing the possibility of creating a seasonal service.
Eversource has filed to increase rates by 7 percent in eastern Massachusetts and by roughly 10 percent in the western part of the state.