State Sen. Donnelly Hospitalized With Undisclosed ConditionState Sen. Kenneth Donnelly has been hospitalized and is expected to undergo surgery in the next couple of days.
House, Senate Reach Deal On Uber, Lyft Regulations In MassachusettsHouse and Senate negotiators have agreed on a bill to regulate ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft in Massachusetts.
Mass. Lawmakers Continue Talks On Several Major Bills As Legislative Deadline LoomsMassachusetts House and Senate leaders said they remained hopeful on Saturday that talks could produce final agreements on several major bills, even as the clock ticked toward a deadline for legislative action.
Mass. Bill Would Help Developmentally Disabled Students Attend CollegeStudents with intellectual and developmental disabilities would have a clearer path to state colleges and universities under a bill approved by the Massachusetts Senate.
Mass. Senate To Debate Bill To Regulate Ride-Hailing ServicesThe Massachusetts Senate is weighing a bill to regulate ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft.
Massachusetts Senate To Debate Transgender Rights BillThe Massachusetts Senate is planning to discuss a bill aimed at strengthening legal protections for transgender individuals.
2 Vie For Vacant South Shore Senate SeatRepublican Patrick O'Connor and Democrat Joan Meschino will be on the ballot in Tuesday's special election in the Plymouth and Norfolk District.
Primaries Held In Races To Fill 2 Mass. Senate SeatsSpecial primary elections were being held Tuesday to fill two vacant seats in the Massachusetts Senate.
Massachusetts Senate Panel Cautions On Pot LegislationA state Senate committee that visited Colorado to learn about recreational marijuana is warning that Massachusetts may not be prepared for legalization.
Bill Would Help Massachusetts Meet Greenhouse Gas Emissions GoalsA bill approved by the Massachusetts Senate would set new targets to help the state meet its greenhouse gas emissions goals.
Senate Bill Seeks To Stem Tide Of Deadly Drug AbuseMassachusetts Senate leaders are putting the finishing touches on a wide-ranging bill aimed at reversing a troubling increase in opioid-related overdoses and deaths.
Mass. Drug Offenders Could Retain Drivers' Licenses Under BillThose convicted of drug crimes would no longer have their drivers' licenses automatically suspended under a bill unanimously approved by the Massachusetts Senate.

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