Chris Lisinski

Reporter, State House News Service

Stories by Chris Lisinski

Rent control draws crowd to State House

Real estate industry warns housing production would decline

Keolis crews get more training on switches

Instruction follows derailment on Worcester Line last week

GOP leader balks at special election date

Spilka: Replace deMacedo on same day as presidential primary

Weymouth gas project gets final state OK

More legal challenges are planned against compressor station

Lawmakers urged to try congestion pricing

Sabadosa says approach not right solution for W. Mass.

Baker: State workers should pay leave costs

Other Beacon Hill officials are having Mass. pick up the tab

DeLeo floats hands-free driving proposal

Would leave issue of collecting demographic data until later

Union slams RMV report for naming names

Official likens Baker to 'I see nothing' Sergeant Schultz

Red Line won’t be at full strength until Oct.

MBTA doesn't explain why target date pushed back from Labor Day

MBTA releases video of Red Line derailment

Agency says service returning to normal on stretch of track

Walsh unloads on T

Mayor says system 'not currently a functional service'

License suspensions now total 1,607 after RMV review

Agency failed to notify other states about violations by their drivers in Mass.

29 senators urge DEP to block Weymouth gas facility

5 of 6 Republicans signed letter to Baker administration

Weymouth gas compressor permit based on incomplete data

State admits to incomplete testing of air for potential toxins

Newton judge indicted on federal obstruction charge

US attorney alleges she and court officer helped immigrant evade ICE

Senators raise concerns on T fare increase

Amendments on hearings, audits, and uncollected fares fail to pass

DeLeo proposes $1b in municipal climate investments

Promises money for every city and town using bond funds

Lawmakers file bills to address Sumner Tunnel congestion

Back congestion pricing and highest fees on ride-hailing usage in the country

The ‘other’ housing crisis

Lawmakers file legislation to help stabilize distressed areas