The senate continued its slow start with eight of its members in Colorado researching marijuana laws.
The governor is also relying on tax revenue projections, unclaimed property money and federal reimbursements to help balance the budget.
Several Hampden County lawyers are exploring ways to make Springfield’s courthouse safer and more efficient.
The last report of a baby abandoned in the state was in April 2014; the only abandonment in the last five years.
State lawmakers voted to pass a bill that would allow low level drug offenders an opportunity to drive again. 22News explains what’s next.
The Massachusetts Inspector General filed the bill that would double the fine for wrongful use of a handicapped placard.
Under the sections of Gov. Charlie Baker’s municipal reform bill (H 3910) Massachusetts cities and towns could elect to do away with carbon …
House lawmakers unanimously passed a bill that would allow certain convicted drug offenders to drive when they get out of prison.
Massachusetts motorcycle riders want more freedom on the road. 22News explains why bikers want to eliminate helmet laws.
Committees hope to move the bill quickly to the House for a vote by the end of January.
The elections are to fill a vacant Senate seat on the South Shore and another soon-to-be vacant seat in Greater Boston.
Rosenberg described the possibility of the Senate acting on charter school legislation as “very much an uphill battle.”
Gov. Charlie Baker declined to say whether he would sign the bill should it reach his desk, but said that he supports the general idea of th…
Some people in Franklin and Berkshire Counties are asking for more time to share their comments on a controversial pipeline proposal.
Mass. could be facing yet another significant budget gap. Governor Baker told 22News he’s considering spending cuts as a solution.
The proposals could boost MBTA revenues $23.4 million to $49.4 million, according to a presentation made by MBTA staff.
New state laws would require side guards on trucks and a wider buffer between motor vehicles and bike riders.
Workers in Massachusetts must now be paid a minimum wage of $10 an hour, up from the previous minimum of $9.
It’ll save the average taxpayer about $30. It may not sound like much, but it’s expected to cost the state $152 million in lost revenue.
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