Key budget leaders in the Massachusetts House have said no new “broad-based” taxes are needed for the next state budget, even though tax revenues for the current fiscal year keep coming up short.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Massachusetts’ fire deaths in 2017 are now well ahead of the average from recent years.
Attorneys for a woman with Crohn’s Disease said she was fired for testing positive for marijuana, even though she has a prescription for it.
Our commentator is glad LEGO is immortalizing the women of NASA. But she says they’ve got to keep going.
In his revised executive order, President Trump has cut the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. by more than half. But since the fall of last year, nearly 1800 refugees have already re-settled in New England, and more than a third of them are children and teens.