Keller @ Large: Rep. Lynch Says Massachusetts Reopening Was 'Premature'Representative Stephen Lynch and Jon Keller discussed everything from President Biden's infrastructure bill to the Massachusetts reopening plan.
Keller @ Large: Poll Shows Baker's Popular In Massachusetts, Except With RepublicansJon Keller says one implication of a new poll is that Charlie Baker’s biggest hurdle to re-election if he seeks it could be surviving a Republican primary.
Keller @ Large: Biden Has Work Ahead Selling Price Tag Of Infrastructure PlanPresident Biden insists new taxes will hit only wealthy corporations and individuals.
Baker 'Pleased' With State's COVID Vaccine Progress After 'Lumpy And Bump' StartWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Keller @ Large: Boston Mayor Kim Janey Will Have Campaign Advantage If She Wants To Keep The JobBoston Mayor Janey probably has better name recognition right now than any other mayoral candidate.
Keller @ Large: Lawmakers Rehash Old Arguments About Gun Control After Colorado, Georgia ShootingsJon Keller says despite the high-profile carnage in Colorado and Georgia, the same old arguments are being rehashed.
Keller @ Large: Marty Walsh A Worthy Successor To Boston Legend Tom MeninoJon says Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, the humble kid from Savin Hill, proved a worthy successor to the legend who preceded him.
Massachusetts Could Reach 4 Million COVID Vaccinations By July 4, Baker SaysWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talked to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Keller @ Large: Calling Wave Of Migrants At Border A 'Crisis' Is Just Playing A Name GameWhy are Reppublicans so intent on calling the wave of migrants and unaccompanied kids at the US/Mexico border a “crisis”?
Funding Childcare Industry 'Fundamental To Our Economy,' Rep. Clark SaysMassachusetts Rep. Katherine Clark, the assistant speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, said she believes it is “fundamental to our economy” that financial support is provided to the childcare industry.
State Should Allow Health Departments To Vaccinate Teachers, Mass. Senate President Karen Spilka SaysMassachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka said educators should be prioritized in the state's COVID vaccine plan.