Keller @ Large: House Speaker Robert DeLeoWith revenues falling short of expectations, economic growth in the state flat lately, and the threat of deep federal budget cuts in sectors important to Massachusetts, House Speaker Robert DeLeo has his hands full lately.
Democrats DeLeo, Rosenberg Keep Legislative Leadership PostsThe Massachusetts Legislature has opened a new session by re-electing Democrat Robert DeLeo as House speaker and Democrat Stan Rosenberg as Senate president.
Keller @ Large: Mass. House Speaker Robert DeLeoThe Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, State Rep. Robert DeLeo, sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to discuss the goings-on in the House.
New Ride-Sharing Regulations, Energy Bill Passed As Legislature Closes SessionRacing against a midnight deadline, House and Senate negotiators reached agreement late Sunday on major bills including the first regulations in Massachusetts on the popular ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft.
Mass. House Speaker DeLeo Backing Effort To Tighten Access To GunsMassachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo says he's hoping to revive a bill aimed at denying state gun licenses to anyone on a terrorist watch list or no-fly list.
Keller @ Large: DeLeo Talks Transgender Bill, Marijuana LegalizationMass. House Speaker Robert DeLeo sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to discuss the transgender rights bill currently before the state legislature.
Baker, Walsh, DeLeo Form Bipartisan Anti-Marijuana Legalization CommitteeGovernor Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, Speaker Robert DeLeo, and a number of legislators and healthcare professionals have come together in their opposition to legalizing marijuana in Massachusetts.
House Speaker DeLeo To Discuss Bill Aimed At Opioid AbuseHouse Speaker Robert DeLeo is planning to hold a press conference on a bill aimed at addressing the state's ongoing opioid abuse troubles.
Keller @ Large: Mass. House Speaker Robert DeLeo Talks Taxes, T, And Gov. BakerDeLeo sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to talk about the ups and downs of 2015 and look forward to next year.
State Officials Attend Church Service For Baby DoeState officials have attended a memorial Mass near the Statehouse for a young girl whose body was found in a trash bag last month.
Keller @ Large: MBTA Reforms Not Anti-Union, House Speaker SaysHouse Speaker Robert DeLeo tells WBZ-TV political analyst that he decided to give Gov. Charlie Baker the tools he needs to fix the MBTA.
Senate President Weighs Nonbinding 2016 Marijuana QuestionState Senate President Stan Rosenberg says lawmakers should consider putting a nonbinding question on the 2016 ballot asking voters if they would support legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.