Beacon Hill lawmakers have approved a controversial measure that gives local communities more control over health care costs.
The Massachusetts House has approved a $30.4 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that begins July 1.
Congress will continue wrangling over the president’s plan when they return to work on Capitol Hill. Jon Keller is at large.
Massachusetts House leaders unveiled a $30.4 billion proposed state budget for the 2012 fiscal year on Wednesday.
More than a hundred parents and their babies lobbied at the state house on Tuesday trying to save a program they say is imperative to helping children with developmental delays and disabilities.
A 91-year-old freshman Republican lawmaker who suggested the mentally disabled should be shipped to Siberia has resigned from the New Hampshire House.
March 12, 2011 The White House administration has already started to implement the budget cuts the president talked about in his last State of the Union Address. This has many non-profit organizations worried, because this […]
Lt. Governor Tim Murray talked with WBZ NewsRadio 1030 about state budget cuts and Gov. Patrick being on the list of potential witnesses in Sal Dimasi’s trial.
Gov. Deval Patrick defended his budget priorities Friday as he looks to hit Massachusetts residents with tens of millions of dollars in new taxes and…