Keller @ Large: State House News Service Reporters Discuss Beacon HillAfter a busy week on Beacon Hill, two State House News Service reporters have joined WBZ-TV's Jon Keller to make sense of it all.
Senate Probe To Focus On Whether Rosenberg Violated Any RuleRosenberg's husband, Bryon Hefner, has been accused by several men of sexual assault.
Senate President Rosenberg Steps Aside Amid ProbeStan Rosenberg steps aside amid an investigation into whether he knew about his husband's alleged behavior, and if it involved Senate matters.
Senate President's Husband Accused Of Sending Unsolicited Nude PhotoNew allegations have surfaced against Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg’s husband, Bryon Hefner.
Senate President 'Shocked And Devastated' By Sex Assault Allegations Against HusbandStan Rosenberg said in a news conference he is "shocked and devastated" by reports his husband sexually harassed and assaulted several men.
Four Men Accuse Senate President Stan Rosenberg's Husband Of AbuseDemocratic Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he's taking seriously a report that his husband Bryon Hefner sexually assaulted and harassed several men.
Keller @ Large: Stan Rosenberg On AHCA's Impact On MassachusettsWBZ political analyst Jon Keller sat down to discuss the recent U.S. House of Representatives health care vote with Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg.
Keller @ Large: Rosenberg Says US Flag 'Not The Right Target' For ProtestsMassachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg came out publicly to say he was disappointed with Hampshire College in Amherst after they briefly decided to ban the American flag on campus following recent protests at the school.
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.
Senate Panel To Unveil $40B State BudgetSenate leaders are putting the finishing touches on a nearly $40 billion state budget.
Mass. Senate Considering Legislation To Raise Minimum Wage To $15 An HourMonday's decisions in New York and California to go to $15 an hour have sparked discussion about taking another look at the Massachusetts minimum wage.
Keller @ Large: Stan Rosenberg Talks Budget, Charter SchoolsMass. Senate President Stan Rosenberg and WBZ political analyst Jon Keller caught up to address State Senator Dan Wolf's criticism of the Senate and more.