Byline: By BOB SALSBERG

BOSTON — William Weld, a former governor of Massachusetts who two years ago ran for vice president on the Libertarian Party ticket, on Monday...

BOSTON — A $42.7 billion state budget unveiled by House Democratic leaders on Wednesday proposes additional spending on education but pumps the...

BOSTON — Along with all the usual declarations and deductions, Massachusetts residents have been asked to keep something else in mind this tax...

BOSTON — State officials and legislative leaders sounded an optimistic tone Friday that a long-sought overhaul of the education funding formula to...

BOSTON — A Massachusetts man who as a teenager was convicted of raping and murdering a pregnant woman and drowning her two young children in a...

Regulatory push after Kraft charges

2/26/19

BOSTON — Attorney General Maura Healey renewed her call on Tuesday for passage of legislation that would tighten state laws around the licensing...

BOSTON — Six weeks after the start of the new legislative session in Massachusetts, House and Senate leaders posted committee assignments on...

BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker rolled out a $42.7 billion state budget Wednesday, accompanied by a plan to overhaul the state’s 25-year-old education...

Baker proposes sports betting law

1/17/19

BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker unveiled a proposal on Thursday that would legalize and tax betting on professional sports online and at casinos in...

BOSTON — The Democratic leader of the Massachusetts Senate promised Wednesday to work for lower prescription drug costs, expanded mental health...

The mandate directing individuals to obtain health insurance or face tax penalties ends on Tuesday for most, but not all Americans.In Massachusetts...

BOSTON — The Democrat poised to take the reins of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee said Tuesday the panel would revisit elements of the...

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