News — State Administration
The Earned Sick Time Regulations, which were finalized on Friday, June 19 will go into effect Wednesday, July 1.
The state has released a number of frequently asked questions related to the Chapter 257 Agreement for Judgment.
Testimony on the proposed Earned Sick Time Regulations are due by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10.
The Providers' Council testified on Earned Sick Time earlier this week at a public hearing in Boston and sent written testimony to the Attorney General's Office on May 21.
On May 12, Senate Ways & Means Committee released a $38 billion budget proposal for FY '16.
An agreement on with the Baker Administration and the Collaborative in regards to Chapter 257 has finally been reached.
On Friday, April 24, Attorney General Maura Healey's office submitted proposed regulations for Earned Sick Time Law that passed during the 2014 election.
The Providers' Council hosted its 40th Anniversary Celebration on Tuesday, April 28 in Worcester at the Beechwood Hotel.
The Baker administration named Alice Bonner the new secretary of Elder Affairs and Jeff McCue the new commissioner of the Department of Transitional Assistance.
On April 15, the House Ways & Means Committee released their budget proposal.
The Caring Force held its 4th Annual Caring Force Rally at the State House on April 7 where nearly 800 members advocated in support of human services.
The Caring Force State House rally is on April 7 at the Massachusetts State House
The Senate Ways and Means committee will begin holding public hearings this month to address concerns about the FY '16 budget.
On March 4, Governor Baker released his FY '16 budget proposal -- his first as Governor of Massachusetts.
The Caring Force will hold their 4th State House Rally on April 7 at the Great Hall.
Philadelphia Insurance has rejected insurance claims to providers after the closure of the Long Island bridge, claiming "wear and tear" of city property is not covered in providers' plan.
Governor Charlie Baker on Friday, Feb. 13, signed a spending bill designed to fix a $768 million deficit in the state's FY '15 budget.
Executive Office of Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders held a teleconference Wednesday, February 4 with providers, coalitions, membership organizations and other EOHHS stakeholders about the Administration's efforts to close a $768 million gap in the FY '15 budget.
Some parts of Massachusetts saw historic amounts of snow this week, but that did not stop human service workers from caring for the Commonwealth's most vulnerable residents.