The bill aims to increase access to healthcare in under-served areas by utilizing foreign-trained medical professionals.
The top federal prosecutor in Massachusetts is offering no assurances that he will take a hands-off approach to legalized pot in the state.
22News explains what state leaders are doing to improve water quality.
People in the legal pot industry could be prosecuted under federal law following a decision by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The early voting law required municipalities to offer voting in at least one location during regular business hours during a 12-day period.
A record high tide caused the icy flooding on many Boston streets on Thursday.
Massachusetts marijuana regulators said “nothing has changed” for them after a shift in official U.S. policy toward legal pot.
Registered nurses said they’re currently being forced by hospitals to care for too many patients at once.
With the start of the new year, lawmakers will soon return from holiday recess. 22News found out what their priorities are this session.
Baker has benefited in part from a change in state campaign finance laws that doubled the maximum annual donation from $500 to $1,000.
MassDOT can utilize up to 700 staff members to remove snow and ice from state highways.
The group made the recommendation Tuesday in response to a request for public comment by Secretary of State William Galvin.
Hundreds of bills are filed each session, but many never reach the Governor’s desk. 22News looks back at which bills became law in 2017.
Mayor David Narkewicz has a list of goals for 2018 and in order for them to be accomplished he must address the city’s budget plan.
Voters will head to the polls this year for state and federal elections, but the date for primary elections hasn’t been set just yet.
Massachusetts has a statewide individual mandate, which won’t be affected by the tax reform bill.
Dozens filled the public safety complex in Easthampton to witness Mayor Lachapelle and several other city council sworn into office.
In an effort to stop the spread of fake news, schools around the country are teaching students how to tell fact from fiction.
New drivers could be required to display a car decal indicating they have a learners permit or junior license before getting on the road.
Proponents of the idea have argued before lawmakers that decals would improve safety.