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A bill that would allow immigrants in the country illegally to obtain state driver's licenses in Massachusetts has become law after the state Senate voted Thursday to override the veto of Republican Gov. Charlie Baker.
And as he once again lamented that focus on his future, Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday indicated he has his eyes on "a bunch of different things" — some in the private sector, but not any kind of elected office.
After listening and taking notes while survivors of sexual and domestic violence recounted some of the worst days of their lives and explained the trauma that they deal with to this day because of their experiences with the court system, Gov. Charlie Baker apologized.
BOSTON — A passenger rail extension into Western Massachusetts looms as one of the most impactful projects on the table now that Gov. Charlie …
Gov. Charlie Baker hopes to sign a bill outlawing revenge porn in his final year in office. The House is poised to vote on a bill that differs from his version.
A bill that would allows undocumented immigrants to obtain Massachusetts driver's licenses could reach Gov. Charlie Baker's desk as soon as next week after legislative negotiators struck a quick deal Thursday.
Federal and state officials on Tuesday agreed on a path forward to extend passenger rail service west of Worcester to the cities of Springfield and Pittsfield, an effort designed to finally connect the eastern and western parts of the state by rail.
The union representing Massachusetts State Police officers will explore "even more legal action" against Gov. Charlie Baker's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state workers after another 12 members were fired late last week.
A statewide move toward electric vehicle adoption, efforts to replace the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's entire Green Line trolley fleet, and projects to make infrastructure more resilient in the face of climate change impacts all would get a boost under a $9.7 billion bond bill Gov. Charlie Baker outlined Thursday.
BOSTON — After peaking at a record level in early January, the statewide average for newly confirmed COVID-19 cases has dropped by more than t…