State House News Service
BOSTON — This week, Senate leader’s released a fiscal 2014 budget as reliant on new taxes as the one passed by the House.
BOSTON — Burying the dead proves harder than it sounds when it’s an alleged terrorist.
BOSTON — Gabriel Gomez’s victory makes it feel a little like 2010 all over again.
BOSTON — Before all the results were in, Collins was projected as the winner by several news operations, but later in the evening Forry declared victory.
BOSTON — A spokesman for the secretary of state said “nobody was disenfranchised from the vote” because the correct ballots were also at the voting booth.
BOSTON — Post-bombing, the House returns to work to pass a $34 billion budget, while Ortiz rolls a major public corruption case onto the table while simultaneously prosecuting an accused terrorist.
BOSTON — House Ways and Means Chairman Brian Dempsey said the bill addresses many of the priorities Gov. Patrick highlighted in his budget plan in “a balanced a fiscally responsible way.”
BOSTON — Massachusetts lost 5,500 jobs in March while the unemployment rate ticked down to 6.4 percent from 6.5 percent.
BOSTON — “It’s like the story of the three bears,” Sen. Karen Spilka said, explaining Beacon Hill’s tax-transportation debate.
BOSTON — His comments open the door to a middle path that could avoid his veto.