House leaders unveiled a $39.5 billion Mass. budget proposal on Wednesday that calls for slowing the growth of overall state spending.
State legislators gathered with advocates at the State House Wednesday, to demand equal pay for equal work.
The bills address various criminal justice reform issues such as penalties for vandalism and graffiti (“tagging”), non-payment of fines, and…
Activists continued their push Wednesday to change voter registration in Massachusetts from an opt-in to an opt-out system.
The legislation would provide protections for transgender people, and allow them to use bathrooms associated with their gender identity.
A man abused by a priest asked lawmakers to eliminate the civil statute of limitations for child abuse allegations against the dead.
People who had been convicted of prior offenses accounted for nearly three quarters of new convictions in Massachusetts in a single year.
Mass. has a few new laws in the books. 22News was there as mayors and community leaders learned how these policies will impact residents.
The National Nuclear Security Administration will use the chopper to measure radiation along the 26.2-mile marathon route and beyond.
Pharmaceutical and biotechnology officials asserted that proposed drug pricing disclosure mandates would hurt a key Massachusetts industry.
22News explains what you need to know if you’re thinking about installing solar panels.
Baystate Medical Center warned hundreds of dialysis patients late last week that they’re at risk for disease.
While immigrants are encountering difficulties advancing their legislative agenda on Beacon Hill, some of the most pointed comments voiced o…
Governor Baker lauded the final compromise on an issue that he called “really tough” with interest groups on both sides.
The question of how to pay for a proposed natural gas pipeline across Massachusetts has some lawmakers concerned about consumers.
The Senate voted 22 to 13 in favor of a proposal that would gradually allow more students to enroll in charters.
Deleo told students from Massachusetts universities that he personally would do whatever it takes to see them stay after graduation.
There are currently 81 charter schools in Massachusetts and 37-thousand students on waiting lists for those schools.
Thomas Turco has been appointed Department of Correction Commissioner by Governor Baker after the resignation of Carol Higgins O’Brien.
Francois-Laurent Nivaud was named executive director for the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism by Housing and Economic Development …