Earlier this year, the Health Policy Commission recommended that lawmakers consider requiring greater transparency in drug pricing and rebat…
The House bill aims for a total of 2,400 megawatts of electricity through hydropower and wind. The hydropower would presumably come from Can…
The Senate is expected to debate legislation seeking to reduce municipal solid waste and promote recycling, and a moratorium on hydraulic fr…
Legislation that could make hydro and wind power a bigger part of the state’s energy mix has overwhelmingly passed the Massachusetts House.
A lawyer argued a summary of the proposed law failed to explain the potency of products that could become legal.
The label for GMO foods proposed by advocates would read: “Partially produced with genetic engineering.”
Fraudulent letters being sent that are using the State Treasurer’s address and likeness.
Legislation that could make hydro and wind power a bigger part of the state’s overall energy mix is expected to win approval.
April and May are typically the biggest months for tax collections, but the state is pulling in less money than expected.
The governor’s statements come following the killing of Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino.
The death penalty was outlawed by the Supreme Judicial Court three decades ago, and efforts to reinstate it since then have failed.
Questions have started to be asked about the health of the Massachusetts economy and whether the downturn in revenue collections will linger…
Grants will fund innovative IT projects, technology infrastructure upgrades and software or equipment purchases.
State Treasurer Deb Goldberg is recognizing ten brilliant first-graders for best depicting their ideal school.
A proposed ballot question that would ban the sale of food from farms that keep animals in overly restrictive cages.
The Supreme Judicial Court is set to hear oral arguments in both cases Wednesday.
State Police can now help federal immigration authorities detain dangerous individuals. 22News explains why lawmakers have concerns.
The law establishes deadlines for public agencies to fulfill records requests, such as payroll receipts and emails.
State zoning laws have not seen significant changes since the 1970’s.
May revenue collections $34-million more than May 2015, but lower than expected.