Next week, Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal of Springfield will begin his 15th, and perhaps most significant, term in office. Neal will be the top Democrat on the House Ways-and-Means Committee.
Neither Worcester Congressman Jim McGovern nor Springfield Representative Richie Neal face major party challengers this year. So where does their campaign money go?
A recent newspaper article quoted residents and local officials who said Neal has been largely invisible in Franklin County.
Congressman Richie Neal says Republicans may lose a lot more than the White House in November, now that’s it clear Donald Trump will be the GOP nominee.
Springfield Congressman Richard Neal is defending his support for legislation that would preempt investment industry reforms sought by the Obama administration.
Springfield Democratic Congressman Richard Neal says he’s still reviewing the Iran nuclear deal struck by the Obama administration.
Springfield Congressman Richard Neal says he’d consider voting against federal money for the 2024 Olympics in Boston if the rest of the state is not included in infrastructure improvements sparked by the games.
The congressman says Boston is going to have to rebuild its transportation infrastructure to successfully hold the games. But unlike with the Big Dig project, he says Worcester, Springfield and Pittsfield must be included.
Massachusetts Congressman Richie Neal is dismissing recent criticism of Hilary Clinton over foreign donations to the Clinton foundation while she was secretary of state.
Right now there’s one train, each way, between Boston and Springfield: Amtrak’s Lake Shore Limited, which also stops in Framingham, Worcester and Pittsfield on its way to Chicago.
Tuesday is election day, but for many on the ballot, the outcome has been known for months.
As President Obama gets ready to address the nation, White House officials are briefing members of Congress. That’s even though a vote authorizing an attack […]
As President Obama gets ready to address the nation, White House officials are briefing members of Congress. That’s even though a vote authorizing an attack against Syria may not take place.