Massachusetts is more than a week into fiscal 2018, but a final budget has yet to be implemented. The plan is currently in the hands of Gov.…
A new commission has been created to represent Latino communities and advise state lawmakers on issues regarding Latino residents.
Massachusetts residents could soon be deciding if their tax money should help fund abortions in the state.
A Springfield Democrat, Sisitsky served in the Senate from 1973 through 1983, and had clashed with then-Senate President William Bulger.
Before the marijuana talks were suspended, the House and Senate were torn over issues such as taxes and local control over pot shops.
A Weymouth resident upset about the proposal has been staking-out the governor’s office for months.
Newton Mayor Setti Warren was training for the Pan Mass Challenge when he hit a pothole in Stow and was thrown from his bike.
Trump’s chief economic adviser played down tensions between the U.S. and other nations as the president headed home from the G-20 summit.
22News spoke with New England residents who were happy for the opportunity to speak directly to Senator Warren.
Several proposals got derailed from the final budget, including a local amendment to study a high speed train from Springfield to Boston.
Lawmakers are one step closer to finalizing this year’s budget after a week of delays. 22News has a closer look at the final budget.
22News explains what’s holding up a final proposal for a reformed marijuana bill.
The budget is for the 2018 fiscal year, which actually started on July 1. The state has been operating under a temporary budget.
Pot bill negotiations came to a halt until the state budget is complete, with multiple deadlines looming over state lawmakers.
Rosalin Acosta was sworn-in by Governor Charlie Baker during a ceremony Thursday.
In July of 2016, Governor Charlie Baker signed a bill including transgender individuals in the state’s anti-discrimination laws.
Lawmakers were hoping to get a marijuana bill to Governor Charlie Baker’s desk by the end of June, but nearly a week later, no deal.
Per capita health care spending is 31 percent higher in Massachusetts than the national average of about $8,000 per person.
22News spoke with Warren Representative Todd Smola, who explained the difficulties revenue shortfalls have caused when forming the budget.
Despite its status as a full-time Legislature, Massachusetts is one of just a few states still without a state budget.