State House News Service
CCC OKs Home Delivery of Marijuana in Massachusetts
The Cannabis Control Commission has been mulling the concept for three years.
Dooley Plans to Challenge Lyons for MassGOP Chair
The Norfolk state rep said the Republican Party needs a rebranding in order to unify and win seats on Beacon Hill.
Two Justices Suggest Preservation of Bulk of ACA
The high court heard oral arguments Tuesday in the case California v. Texas, which seeks to overturn the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
Push on to Add Aid in Dying to Lame Duck Agenda
Under the bill, the patient must have a terminal illness and make the request themselves, first orally and again in writing at least 15 days later.
Markey Reelected, Mass. Dems Hold Congressional Seats
Democrats Jake Auchincloss and Bill Keating will represent the South Coast area in Congress.
Mass. Voters Embrace Auto Repair Question, Reject Voting Reform
Ranked Choice Voting was rejected, while 'Right to Repair' was approved in Massachusetts.
Baker Calls Up National Guard Ahead of Election
The administration is making resources available in case municipal officials request state assistance.
Town of Weymouth Drops Gas Compressor Fight
Attorneys warned local officials that their longstanding efforts to stop the facility are unlikely to succeed.
Mass. Hospitals Warned Of Imminent Ransomware Attacks
A warning from Nation Security Agencies says that cybercriminals are seeking to "infect systems with Ryuk ransomware for financial gain."
State Sustains Pressure on Districts to Have Kids in Classrooms
Secretary: 'Increasingly Clear' Virus Isn't Widespread at Schools