Warren levied the charge that the 2016 presidential primary was rigged and the nomination in the bag for Clinton.
The bill includes measures to reduce hospital re-admissions and emergency department visits, lower prescription drug spending and lessen une…
State legislators are making criminal justice reform a priority this session.
Republican Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito on Friday signed into law an appropriations bill that included a prohibition on the devices.
The House and Senate passed final legislation Thursday that would prohibit trigger cranks and bump stocks.
State lawmakers want to establish policies and procedures for sexual assaults on college campuses across Massachusetts.
The Budget Debate is winding down at the State House. But environmental advocates are asking legislators to make funding for parks and water…
22News explains what efforts to deal with climate change this legislation calls for.
State law requires a cost analysis of all proposed new insurance benefit mandates before they can be moved out of committee.
Criminal justice reform advocates say the current system is broken. They’re demanding change, following the death of a local activist.
Lawmakers are considering legislation calling for further state action to deal with pollution and its impact on the environment.
22News explains what the state is doing to ensure more families put healthy meals on the table.
Open Enrollment 2018 for health insurance on the Massachusetts Health Connector begins on November 1 and runs through Jan. 23, 2018, longer …
Tensions have flared in recent weeks as attempts to produce a roughly $130 million spending bill to close out the fiscal year that ended on …
Having a juvenile record can be a barrier to accessing higher education, finding housing and getting a job.
Lawmakers held a public hearing on more than 15 bills dealing with gaming and racing.
22News spoke with advocates about the legislation’s impact on minority communities.
Baker said he was disturbed to read news stories of sexual harassment that had occurred in recent years on Beacon Hill.
Nearly one in three women and one in five men have experienced some form of domestic violence in Massachusetts.
Lawmakers on Beacon Hill are negotiating a close-out budget for fiscal year 2017.