Keller @ Large: What The Debt Ceiling Deal Means For MassachusettsNow that federal lawmakers have finally hammered out a deal to raise the nation's debt ceiling, what does this mean for taxpayers here in Massachusetts?
Mass. Could Be Hit Hard By Future Budget CutsJay Gonzalez, the state's budget chief says he is relieved with the action taken in Washington, but uncertain about what is ahead.
Curious About Stock Market LossIn relation to the trillion dollar estimates made by both the Senate and the House,what was the longshot figure that the stock market lost over the past week? My feeling is that the trillions lost in the market exceeded the trillions that the Senate and House were squabbling about. - Stan
Keller @ Large: End Of Debt Showdown Is In SightThe bill is expected to pass, but the debt debate is far from over.
Keller @ Large: Voters To Blame For Debt MessGridlock, chaos, and 11th hour can-kicking? Of course that’s what we’re getting. That’s exactly what we ordered.
NightSide Weekend Commentary - Dan Rea Says We've Reached A Fork In The RoadWe've Reached A Fork In The Road
Mass. Among States Targeted By Moody's For Possible Credit Downgrade The Massachusetts' congressional delegation is protesting a warning from a major credit rating agency that they might downgrade the credit ratings of several municipalities in the state. Moody's Investors Service announced it would review the possible downgrade of U.S. municipalities and other institutions due to the indirect effects of the possible downgrade of federal government bonds because of the ongoing impasse over the federal debt limit. Moody's has listed 162 local governments in 31 states.
Menino & Other Mass. Mayors Urge National Government To Settle Debt Ceiling Crisis Mayors from across Massachusetts are calling upon national lawmakers to reach a deal in the debt ceiling talks.