Opponents of marijuana legalization laid out their case against a ballot question to end the prohibition on marijuana Wednesday.
Lawmakers want to get young people involved in state politics. 22News explains how they plan to encourage millennials to make a difference.
Gov. Baker, who suddenly needs to produce three high court nominees, named a 12-member Supreme Judicial Court Nominating Commission.
City and town officials are questioning the Governor’s commitment to public school education.
Several state lawmakers have concerns about expanding the current transgender rights involving public locker rooms or bathrooms.
Governor Charlie Baker reacted with disbelief on Tuesday when told Donald Trump used a vulgar word to describe Sen. Ted Cruz.
Local school officials confronted the Governor over his administration’s focus on expanding access to public charter schools.
Massachusetts police departments could become a point for addicts seeking recovery to turn in unwanted drugs, without the threat of prosecut…
It’s a new state law that’s been ten years in the making. 22News explains why Massachusetts minors are now banned from the tanning booth.
Governor Charlie Baker is urging residents to stay at home as the state braces for several inches of snow.
Governor Charlie Baker will be making a trip to the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home this month after hearing concerns from several legislators.
Supreme Judicial Court Justice Francis X. Spina became the second justice to announce his retirement from the state’s highest court.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is endorsing fellow Republican Chris Christie in the GOP presidential primary.
The Senate’s bill would require each state agency or municipality to assign one employee as the supervisor of public records to serve as the…
Many rural Western Massachusetts towns are worried that they don’t have enough resources to comply with new public records laws.
Boston Police Commissioner William Evans told lawmakers that he is worried about privacy when recording both citizens and officers.
Leadership of the Mass. Teachers Association has vowed to fight a ballot initiative to expand charter schools with everything it has.
Gov. Baker has nominated a Springfield attorney and former assistant district attorney to serve on the bench in Springfield District Court.
Massachusetts lawmakers rejected a constitutional amendment that would make it more difficult to withdraw money from the state’s reserve acc…
Auditor Suzanne Bump asked state budget writers to add roughly $757,000 to Baker’s recommendation for her office in next year’s budget, sayi…