The Baker Administration has analyzed how the health care bill being weighed by Republicans in the U.S. Senate would impact Massachusetts.
Gov. Charlie Baker warned the plan by Senate Republicans to overhaul health care could cost Massachusetts a cumulative total of $8.2 billion by 2025 and result in about 264,000 Bay State residents losing their health insurance coverage.
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, continued to push back Tuesday against Republican-led efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, taking issue with findings included in the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office's recent score of a Senate GOP health care plan.
SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - Some politicians remain divided as new numbers show millions would be without health insurance if the latest health care bill is passed.
There's a concern in the Commonwealth. too, as local politicians reveal some scary statistics of their own.
CHESTERFIELD -- Four more rural hilltowns planning to "go it alone" have received state money to help build their own fiber optic networks.
SPRINGFIELD -- Stephen Wichrowski Jr. still remembers the first time he took a train at Union Station.
"It was the summer of 1953 and I was on my way to camp in Lyme, New Hampshire," said Wichrowski, a Longmeadow native, who came to Springfield for the grand opening of the newly restored Union Station, held Sunday afternoon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Contractors who worked to restore Union Station will be the first to take a look inside this morning.
Hundreds of contractors and their families will have an open house starting at ten a.m. Sunday morning to tour the finished facility. The 94 million dollar project restored the Lyman Street structure after having been closed for decades.
Forty years ago on June 23, 1977, I stood in the Grand Concourse of Springfield Union Station in front of hundreds of friends and supporters.
Berkshire County has lost a political leader.
In today’s Congressional Corner, Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal speaks with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.
To hear the interview, click here.
A new era in transportation in western Massachusetts begins in a few days. After being closed for decades, Union Station in Springfield is reopening following a years-long $95 million dollar restoration and redevelopment.
James Sullivan, 96, remembers Union Station during its glory days.
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Contending that Senate Republicans have taken an "already 'mean' bill and made it even meaner," U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, on Thursday criticized the newest GOP plan to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.