Keller @ Large: Gov. Charlie Baker On Transgender Bill, State EconomyMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller last week to talk about a range of topics, from the transgender bill passed in the House to the Green Line Extension project to the proposed "millionaire tax."
Keller @ Large: Stephanie Pollack Talks Green Line Extension ProjectDespite her comments that there were lingering risks associated with the Green Line extension project, state transportation secretary Stephanie Pollack said it wouldn't end up like the Big Dig.
Keller @ Large: Green Line Extension Has Major RisksJon says there’s a real risk the doubts about building it could overwhelm the benefits.
Officials Vote To Take Next Step On Green Line ExtensionThe long-delayed plan to extend the MBTA's Green Line to Somerville and Medford remains alive.
Keller @ Large: Green Line Extension Same Sorry Story As Big DigJon says this is the same sorry story of the Big Dig.
Somerville Mayor Proposes $50M For Green Line ExtensionSomerville Mayor Joe Curtatone is proposing the city give $50 million to bridge a funding gap for the proposed Green Line extension.
Keller @ Large: Rep. Mike Capuano Talks Deadlock In CongressJon talked with Rep. Mike Capuano about the state of Congress, as well as Donald Trump's language on the campaign trail.
Officials: Local Cities Should Chip In On Green Line ProjectMassachusetts transportation officials say Cambridge, Somerville, Medford and other area communities should pitch in for the proposed expansion of the Green Line.
MBTA Cancels Green Line Extension ContractsThe MBTA announced Thursday that it has cancelled contracts with four firms working on the Green Line Extension.
Keller @ Large: We're Running Out Of Patience And MoneyProfoundly inept T officials apparently never bothered to figure out how much the Green Line extension would cost.
Keller @ Large: Capuano Says Funding For Green Line Project Not In JeopardyU.S. Rep. Michael Capuano of Somerville tells WBZ political analyst Jon Keller that federal funding should be safe for the MBTA's plans.