Michael P. Norton

State House News Service

Stories by Michael P. Norton

SJC to state: Broaden emission mandates

Transportation sector seen as likely target for regulations

Baker freezes non-essential spending

Step taken to deal with emerging budget shortfall

Senate passes transgender bill 33-4

House expected to take up own version of legislation

Report: Baker hydro bill won’t lower power rates

Meeting emissions targets will drive up cost of electricity

Committee votes on transgender bill

Redrafted bill involving AG, MCAD seems to be moving

Cape Wind goes to court again

Challenges Baker administration decision on cable extension

House passes budget 156-0

Spending in bill surpasses target set by Baker

Kinder Morgan pulls plug on pipeline

Cites inadequate commitments from prospective customers

St. Pat’s Day brunch mostly ‘love-in’

Still, some funny jabs are made at Southie event

Claims on T retirement fund ‘lack merit’

Forensic accounting firm says allegations of inaccuracies 'unfounded'

Baker seeks $170 million in new spending

Request comes after governor slashed $49 million to close deficit

Joyce ethics, campaign issues resolved

Charity donations used to address ‘errors’

SJC: Corporal punishment excludes foster parents

High Court upholds DCF ruling that child welfare trumps religious convictions

Lawmakers vote to preserve discounts

Suspension of insurance law passed in a day

Pilgrim nuclear plant to close in 2019

Entergy cites "poor market conditions" as reason

DeLeo backs north-south rail link

Speaker joins 150 lawmakers in coalition

DeLeo prefers omnibus energy bill

Wants to deal with solar, wind, gas, hydro in one measure

Baker files Canadian hydroelectricity bill

Would require utilities to seek power supply bids

Baker proposes T funding hike

One lawmaker calls spending boost crazy

DeLeo says he didn’t trade jobs for votes

Speaker says he has not transgressed anything

Bills pass, then idle in legislative limbo

Measures stall in House-Senate conference committees

Gun group critical of report for DeLeo

Says existing laws have not stemmed violence