Gov. Baker Signs Bill To Preserve Sexual Assault EvidenceGov. Charlie Baker has signed a bill that would require sexual assault evidence to be preserved for at least 15 years.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Baker Still Popular, Kennedy Has Clout, Warnings For WarrenWho's the most popular politician in Massachusetts?
Charlie Baker Is No Longer America's Most Popular Governor, Poll ShowsCharlie Baker can’t claim the title of the country’s most-liked governor anymore, according to a new poll.
Gov. Baker Announces Bridgewater State Hospital OverhaulGov. Charlie Baker is expected to announce an overhaul of the way the state's criminal justice system handles mentally ill inmates Tuesday, The Boston Globe reports.
Offshore Wind Firms Agree To Use New Bedford TerminalThree offshore wind energy developers holding leases in federal waters off Massachusetts have agreed to use a state facility on the New Bedford waterfront as a staging area for future projects, Gov. Charlie Baker's administration said Tuesday.
New England Governors, Eastern Canadian Premiers To Meet At StatehouseGov. Charlie Baker is rolling out the red carpet for the 40th Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers this week to discuss issues ranging from energy needs to new technologies.
Gov. Baker Signs Bill Protecting Animals Left In Hot CarsFlanked by several canine constituents, Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bipartisan bill Wednesday that protects pets left in hot cars--as well as those who break them out in order to rescue them.
Bill Passed To Let People Break Into Hot Cars And Free PetsBefore taking such action, a person would have to first make reasonable efforts to find the animal's owner and make a call to police.
Equal Pay For Comparable Work Becomes Law In MassachusettsThe new law takes effect July 1, 2018.
Gov. Baker To Sign Bill Requiring Proof Of Legal Citizenship For Driver's LicensesGov. Charlie Baker says he will sign a bill that will prevent those who cannot prove they are legally in the United States from being issued a driver's license.
Baker Says MBTA Still In 'Tough Shape'Gov. Charlie Baker says the MBTA remains in "very tough shape" despite significant improvement under a special panel overseeing the transit system.
Baker On Not Attending GOP Convention: 'I've Got A Busy Week'Gov. Charlie Baker said he's focused on his day job and pushing through legislation before the end of the session--not on his party's national convention.

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