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.
Baker: Budget Gap Estimate Rises About $200M More To $950MThe Massachusetts state budget gap for the new fiscal year is wider than originally thought.
Baker Wants Tougher Laws, Penalties For Those Who Assault Police OfficersThe legislation filed Thursday would upgrade causing serious bodily injury to an officer from a misdemeanor to a felony and boost the maximum prison time to 10 years
Gov. Baker: Orlando Massacre Hit 'Particularly Close To Home'During a press conference at the State House Monday morning regarding public safety after the massacre that killed 49 and wounded more than 50 at an Orlando gay club, Gov. Charlie Baker said the mass shooting hit especially close to home for him, as his brother and several of his friends are gay.
New England Governors Discuss Opioid Crisis At Harvard Medical School ForumAll six New England governors say fighting the social stigma associated with addiction is key to battling the opioid crisis raging across the region, claiming thousands of lives.
Keller @ Large: Gov. Charlie Baker On Transgender Bill, State EconomyMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller last week to talk about a range of topics, from the transgender bill passed in the House to the Green Line Extension project to the proposed "millionaire tax."
Gov. Baker Says He Would Sign Transgender Anti-Discrimination BillGov. Charlie Baker says he would sign the bill banning discrimination of transgender people from public accommodations if it were to pass.
Keller @ Large: Is Charlie Baker's Old Arrogance Returning?We’re now more than a third of the way through his term, and we’re wondering – is the old Baker making a comeback?
Gov. Baker, AG Healey Announce Campaign To Raise Awareness Of 911 Good Samaritan LawGovernor Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey announced a $250,000 campaign to remind people of Massachusetts' Good Samaritan law that could save the lives of people suffering drug overdoses.
Gov. Baker Unveils Plan To Devote More Than $1B To Affordable HousingGov. Charlie Baker wants to devote more than $1 billion to affordable housing over the next five years with the goal of preserving or creating 5,000 affordable units.
Charlie Baker Is America's Most Popular Governor, Poll FindsMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is one popular guy.

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