Keller @ Large
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic leaders of the state Legislature announced Monday they would jointly hire an outside consultant to advise them on the bid to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston, saying they wanted to assure that hosting the games wouldn’t unfairly burden taxpayers.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says the rollout of the city’s Olympic bid has been hampered by too many “distractions.”
Mayor Walsh responds to recent polls that show a decline in support for Boston’s Olympic bid.
Baker was also asked about his recent shakeup of the state Health Connector Board.
Gov. Charlie Baker told WBZ-TV’s Jon Keller that he has questions when it comes to Boston’s Olympic bid.
Rep. Brad Jones is also skeptical about Boston’s Olympic bid.
Congressman Stephen Lynch says the MBTA might hit some snags in its quest to get federal funds.
Some blame politicians for underfunding the MBTA in recent years, but DeLeo says that’s not the case.
Keller says the MBTA snow collapse is a combination of greed and incompetence.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller had WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu on Keller @ Large Sunday to discuss the politics of snow.