It could soon be easier to get their hands on public info. 22News explains why these laws haven’t been updated in more than 40 years.
The state Senate passed a bill this week affirming the right to privacy on social media for newly hired workers and college students.
The current law allows police to cite drivers without seatbelts, but that cannot be the sole reason for a stop.
The Stolen Valor Act is on its way to Gov. Baker’s desk. If signed, Massachusetts would have the strongest Stolen Valor Law in the nation.
Doctors and accident survivors are urging lawmakers to support a bill that allows police to pull over drivers for not wearing seat belts.
The annual Government Reception was held Thursday. 22News spoke with city and state leaders about the transportation services in WMass.
Sen. Jamie Eldridge, of Acton, and Rep. Danielle Gregoire, of Marlborough, have backed increased assistance for homeowners near leaking tank…
The question would ask voters to rescind the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education’s vote in July 2010 to adopt the Common Core standa…
The Massachusetts unemployment rate held steady at 4.6 percent in October, but preliminary numbers show the state added about 11,000 new job…
The Massachusetts Attorney General announced tough regulations for the fantasy sports industry. 22News explains what could be at stake.
Does Massachusetts need more pipelines in order to ensure the reliability of our energy supply? The state’s attorney general says no.