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BOSTON — Facing potential criminal repercussions for allegedly driving drunk, Sen. Mike Brady could also eventually face consequences in the legislative chamber he joined three years … more
BOSTON — Completion of a student-led civics project after the eighth grade would become a requirement to graduate from high school in Massachusetts under a civics education bill the Senate … more
BOSTON — Baker administration officials on Tuesday saluted 67 cities and towns as new "housing choices" communities, promising support and funding to the communities, which Lt. Gov. Karyn … more
BOSTON — Twenty unidentified registered marijuana dispensaries were approved Tuesday to have their applications to enter the recreational marijuana business reviewed by the Cannabis Control … more
BOSTON — With legal marijuana sales primed to begin in just more than 100 days, the head of the Cannabis Control Commission is still waiting for members to be appointed to a commission that is … more
BOSTON — With the next presidential primary less than two years away, the state's top elections official is calling on lawmakers to pass an automatic voter registration bill this year so the … more
BOSTON — Trying to bring state law in line with the new ways in which people rent short-term lodging, the Massachusetts House on Thursday passed legislation to regulate and tax the short-term … more
BOSTON — With only a whiff of opposition, the Massachusetts Legislature on Wednesday passed a broad package of criminal justice system reforms that have languished for years, signaling a likely … more
BOSTON — Refinancing and rates of return could join reading and arithmetic among the staples of a Bay State student's education, and lenders might be barred from sending unsolicited loan offers … more
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