Asked about the governor’s move to increase the MBTA’s state subsidy by $64.5 million, Dempsey said there are a number of questions about th…
To balance the budget, Baker has proposed ways to generate or use an estimated $646 million in tax revenues without raising broad-based taxe…
Governor Charlie Baker released a budget proposal that would close a $1.8 billion gap, while not raising taxes or increasing user fees.
Gov. Baker hopes to have a chair of the 21-member Judicial Nominating Commission in place in early April.
Baker will also seek to squeeze hundreds of millions in savings from MassHealth by reviewing the eligibility of all 1.7 million subscribers.
The Boys and Girls Clubs Alliance is looking for $2 million in the fiscal year 2016 budget – $1 million more than the current budget.
To offset the $145 million cost of the tax break for families, Baker has proposed to simultaneously phase out the film industry tax credit c…
DeLeo said that he has spoken with Senate President Stanley Rosenberg and Gov. Charlie Baker about hiring an outside consultant, but later t…
Governor Baker plans to dedicate millions of dollars to curb homelessness in the state. 22News explains how he plans to use that money.
Gov. Baker is set to file his fiscal 2016 budget proposal on Wednesday. 22News highlights some key programs he wants to fund.
State transportation policymakers greeted five such proposals with a mix of skepticism and interest.
State taxpayers will further subsidize the struggling MBTA under Governor Charlie Baker’s budget proposal.
The Senate’s proposal to give its members freedom to move Senate bills out of House-controlled committees is going nowhere, DeLeo told repor…
Efforts to catch families before they fall into homelessness would get a boost under a plan being pushed by Gov. Charlie Baker.
The Baker administration expects some 4,500 workers to take advantage of an early retirement plan designed to relieve a budget shortfall.
The project developers are citing delays following the termination of two power purchase contracts.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has his work cut out for him as he prepares to unveil his first state budget proposal.