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."
Massachusetts House Overwhelmingly Passes Transgender Rights BillThe Massachusetts House has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would bar discrimination against transgender individuals in public accommodations and allow them to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with the gender they identify with.
Gov. Baker Says He Would Sign Transgender Anti-Discrimination BillGov. Charlie Baker says he would sign the bill banning discrimination of transgender people from public accommodations if it were to pass.
Candia, NH School Board Approves Transgender Bathroom PolicyA small one-building elementary and middle school in a tiny New Hampshire town has boldly taken on one of the most contentious political debates in the country.
For First Time, Transgender Flag Flies Over Boston City HallAs the Massachusetts Senate prepares to debate a bill that would expand rights for transgender people next week, Mayor Marty Walsh raised a flag celebrating transgender equality over Boston City Hall.
Curt Schilling Defends Sharing Transgender Meme On FacebookFormer Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has stirred up new controversy with an online post he shared about transgender people.
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.
Gov. Baker Defends His Record On LGBT Issues After Booing IncidentGovernor Charlie Baker addressed reporters at the State House Thursday about comments that resulted in him being booed off stage by protesters at an LGBT event in Boston Wednesday night, saying he was proud of his record on LGBT issues.
Healey Urges State Lawmakers To Support Transgender BillMassachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey will hold a roundtable discussion Tuesday afternoon with the families of transgender youth as part of an effort to get state legislators to act on a bill expanding discrimination protections for transgender people.