Keller @ Large: Angry Marijuana Advocates Need To Chill OutIt’s a law. They’re legislators. Tinkering with the law is what they do.
Senate Passes Marijuana Bill Calling For Revisions To LawThe Massachusetts Senate passed a bill Thursday calling for revisions to the state voter-approved recreational marijuana law, setting the stage for negotiations with the House, which just a day earlier backed a more far-reaching overhaul.
Keller @ Large: How Proposed Health Care Bill Would Impact MassachusettsGovernor Charlie Baker is warning of a billion dollar bite out of the state budget if the House bill was to pass.
Keller @ Large: Seth Moulton Needs More Specifics If He Wants To LeadCongressman Seth Moulton isn’t letting his very junior status in the House deter him from making headlines.
Keller @ Large: Gov. Charlie Baker Weighs In On Tax Issues"The people of Massachusetts live within their means," Gov. Baker said. "State Government should, too."
Boston To Hold Public Meeting On Supervised Injection SitesThe Boston City Council will hold a public meeting next week on a controversial tactic to fight the opioid crisis: supervised injection sites.
Keller @ Large: Enough Of The Finger-PointingJon says Bernie Sanders' wife is now playing the blame game.
Carl Stevens' Poem: Will They Give Pot A Shot?Carl Stevens wants to know what's going on on Beacon Hill?
Keller @ Large: We Need To Look Harder For CharacterJon says maybe we voters need to look harder for character – on the ballot, and in the mirror.
Keller @ Large: Violence Not An Acceptable Political ResponseHow did we become a place where violence is considered an acceptable political response?
'I Am Sickened': Bernie Sanders Says Alexandria Shooter Was Apparently Campaign VolunteerDemocratic Sen. Bernie Sanders says the man authorities identified as opening fire on the Republican congressional baseball practice had apparently volunteered on his presidential campaign.
Keller @ Large: Sessions Passes On Comey-BashingIf President Trump expected Attorney General Jeff Sessions to join his crusade to discredit ousted FBI Director James Comey during his testimony Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, he was surely disappointed.