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Massachusetts Nurses Union Wants Baker's Help To Address 'Overwhelmed And Burned Out' WorkersWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Marty Walsh Tells CNN He Is Not Running For Mass. GovernorLabor Secretary Marty Walsh said he will not run for governor of Massachusetts.
Maura Healey Announces She’s Running For Massachusetts GovernorWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Keller @ Large: President Biden's Ratings Will Improve When Quality Of Life ImprovesIt’s been a rough first year in office for President Joe Biden. But, WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller says history shows us it's too soon to write his political obituary.
Maura Healey Announces She's Running For Massachusetts GovernorWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
AG Maura Healey To Announce Run For Massachusetts GovernorSources tell WBZ-TV's Jon Keller that Maura Healey will announce a run for governor.
Sources: AG Maura Healey Running For Mass. GovernorAttorney General Maura Healey will run for Massachusetts Governor, sources tell WBZ-TV's Jon Keller.
Sources: Attorney General Maura Healey To Run For GovernorSources tell WBZ-TV's Jon Keller Attorney General Maura Healey will soon announce a run for Massachusetts Governor.
New UMass Amherst Polls Shows Support Falling For President BidenWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Margaret Brennan On Omicron Surge, Voting Rights BillFace The Nation host Margaret Brennan discusses the latest COVID surge and the push for a voting rights bill.
Massachusetts Lawmakers Worry About Lasting Impact Of Capitol Hill AttackMassachusetts lawmakers reflected on the violence at the U.S. Capitol on the one year anniversary of the attack. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
'Never Imaged It Happening In Washington,' Rep. Seth Moulton On First Anniversary Of January 6 Attack At US CapitolWBZ TV's Breana Pitts talked to Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton about what's changed in the one year since the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Bill Would Give Massachusetts Students 2 Mental Health Days From SchoolWBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
Baker: 'Vast Majority' Of Massachusetts Schools Open Monday As PlannedDespite a call from the state's largest teachers' union for schools to stay closed Monday so more teachers could get COVID-19 tests, Gov. Charlie Baker said the "vast majority" were open as planned
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Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka Had Mild Stroke In NovemberSpilka said her symptoms included a severe headache and nausea, which she said are not typical signs of a stroke.
In Effort To Prevent Egg Shortage, Lawmakers Agree To Animal Welfare Law ChangesThe House and Senate on Monday backed a compromise to overhaul a voter-approved animal welfare law.
Beacon Hill Panel Looks For Solutions To Curb Pandemic After 'Terrifying Increase' In COVID CasesWBZ TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu Visits White HouseBoston Mayor Michelle Wu met with a group of other newly-elected mayors, cabinet members and senior White House leadership.
All But 4 Massachusetts House Members Have Followed COVID Vaccine Mandate, House Speaker SaysThe office of House Speaker Ron Mariano says all but four members of the House have provided proof of vaccine or have requested a religious or medical accommodation.
Margaret Brennan On NH COVID Surge, Biden's Call With PutinFace The Nation host Margaret Brennan discusses the COVID-19 surge in New Hampshire and President Biden's call with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Baker Concerned About 'Red Tape' Around $2,000 Bonuses For Massachusetts Essential Workers In ARPA BillGov. Baker told reporters that it's not necessarily the price tag, but the ability to get some of those funds distributed quickly that gives him pause.
Rachael Rollins Confirmed As U.S. Attorney For MassachusettsWBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Keller @ Large: Why Rachael Rollins' Confirmation Was So DivisiveJust minutes before the final Senate vote, Republicans were still hard at work painting Rachael Rollins as an extremist. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.

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