Sunday is the last day for Massachusetts lawmakers to finalize several major pieces of legislation before the end of session.
For months, Democratic legislative leaders thought they could take care of some of the most important legislative business.
DeLeo said Saturday afternoon that he has confidence in one deal getting finalized quickly, while the others remain “in play.”
Conference committee members facing deadlines this weekend to complete work on major bills are “working like crazy”.
Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins said most of the 1,000 inmates he oversees are black or Latino.
House and Senate negotiators have agreed on a compromise bill aimed at modernizing municipal government functions across Mass.
Rosenberg said he wasn’t sure deals would be reached on all five and suggested the pace of House activity this session had added another hur…
The Massachusetts senate has approved a bill that would create a system of paid family and medical leave for all workers of the state.
State House Speaker Robert DeLeo says he’s not sure if Attorney General Maura Healey overstepped her authority.
By rule, the Legislature must end formal meetings no later than July 31.
Massachusetts lawmakers say a new GMO labeling law signed by President Obama will preempt state efforts to impose simple-to-read labels.
The House Ways and Means Committee will release a bill that would require insurers to cover treatment for HIV-associated lipodystrophy.
Governor Baker opposes a Senate amendment that would require the state to apply for federal money to test out a new “Distance Driven Tax.”
The Attorney General would be stripped of her authority to regulate firearms under a bill filed by the state Senate minority leader.
The state’s probation commissioner said a phone call from his sister one day “brought home” for him the issue of probation fees.
It’s expected to be a busy weekend on Beacon Hill. 22News explains why state lawmakers are working this weekend, and why some have concerns.
Patrick attended the Wednesday night session of the DNC to hear his friend President Barack Obama address the country.
Former Governor Michael Dukakis shared some perspective Thursday on November’s contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Pioneer Institute is urging the state to look into expanding the use of tolling transponders to pay for parking and retail.
A group opposed to a ballot question that would expand charter schools in Mass. cited what they called excessive discipline at the schools.