Several former Massachusetts governors returned to the State House Thursday to pay their final respects to former Gov. Paul Cellucci.
The Legislature’s committee on Labor and Workforce Development on Tuesday was scheduled to hear several bills that would increase the minimum wage, which has been at $8 an hour since 2008.
A legislative panel is being urged to pass a bill that would give child molestation victims until age 55 to file lawsuits against their alleged attackers.
April 13, 2013 MASSCAP is a non-profit organization which serves thousands of low income families in the state of Massachusetts, helping them become self-sufficient and offering them much needed services such as food, shelter and […]
This is a crucial weekend for House and Senate leaders who are trying to pass their $500 million transportation plan.
The debate over taxes and spending on Beacon Hill is approaching a critical juncture.
March 23, 2013 A group of women are going to be getting together at the Massachusetts State House on Friday March 29th, for the 6th Annual Latina Women’s Conference, celebrating Women’s International Day! On this edition […]
Hundreds of people are gathering in state capitals nationwide to rally against stricter gun control measures, including right here in Boston.
Massachusetts legislators and top state officials are getting a pay cut.
An iconic Massachusetts invention landed in the middle of a sticky partisan political situation on Beacon Hill Thursday.