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School districts educating students who fled Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after this summer's hurricanes are in store for $15 million in state... [Read More]
School districts educating students who fled Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after this summer's hurricanes are in store for $15 million in state... [Read More]
School districts educating students who fled Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands after this summer's hurricanes are in store for $15 million in state... [Read More]
The Baker administration and electric utilities tipped their hand late Friday on their backup plan to bring hydropower down from Canada and help the Massachusetts... [Read More]
As it responds to a "deluge" of requests for assistance from alleged sexual harassment victims and employers seeking anti-harassment training, the state's anti-discrimination agency is... [Read More]
Lawmakers will wait until deep into March to hold a public hearing on Gov. Charlie Baker's education and local aid plans. [Read More]
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By Michael P. Norton STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Months after credit rating analysts raised state debt as... [Read More]
Urging passage of a $3.5 billion borrowing bill, Senate budget chief Karen Spilka said Thursday that the legislation would invest in court buildings that "are... [Read More]
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Could there be a fifth Democrat in the running for Senate president in 2019? The current Senate President Harriette Chandler seems to think so, but... [Read More]
Wynn Resorts said the company "will continue to fully focus" on its casino operations, "as well as the construction of Wynn Boston Harbor. [Read More]
    Hundreds of workers employed by JetBlue subcontractors at Logan Airport have voted to strike, citing alleged intimidation and threats over their attempts to organize as... [Read More]
Hundreds of workers employed by JetBlue subcontractors at Logan Airport have voted to strike... [Read More]
The waves of above-benchmark state tax collections are still crashing into the new year.After sluggish revenue growth the last two fiscal years, receipts over the... [Read More]
Saying the state expects an increase in sexual harassment complaint filings, the House on Wednesday is prepared to pass a $250,000 allocation to hire two... [Read More]
The paid family and medical leave program called for in an advancing 2018 ballot question will cost workers and employers $1 billion, with the state... [Read More]
As the work of an outside investigator unfolds, the Senate Ethics Committee met for three hours at the State House on Wednesday, adopting a motion... [Read More]
By Michael P. Norton State House News Service BOSTON -- The abrupt change in the federal government's approach to... [Read More]
The abrupt change in the federal government's approach to marijuana law enforcement means investors in the state-sanctioned Massachusetts pot market could see bigger returns on... [Read More]
The commission is forging ahead with regulations which will likely allow for home delivery of marijuana and store openings on July 1, 2018. [Read More]
The federal government issued guidance enabling states to pursue a requirement that Medicaid recipients work in order to receive benefits. [Read More]
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