Members of the Massachusetts legislature worked late into the night on Sunday, up against a midnight deadline to end their two-year formal session. With just a few hours left, four major bills remained unfinished: an economic development package, a measure to bring more renewable energy into the state, a bill to regulate non-compete agreements between employers and workers, and the state’s first regulations on ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft.
For a closer look at what got done and what was left behind, we called up State House News Service reporter Matt Murphy. He says three of those four bills got finished.
Click the audio player above for Henry Epp’s interview with Matt Murphy of the State House News Service.