Lisa Makowski, Senator Murkowski, Executive discussed on WBZ Morning News

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Five north bound expected delay for about two miles getting on to one twenty eight Laurie granny WBZ's traffic on the trees like it's shaping up to be a pretty good Friday here in Boston we start out at twenty eight degrees and partly cloudy skies a mix of sun and clouds on the way today but once again we get into the middle forties this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop even a potential winter storm doesn't want to mess with us this winter it's heading out to sea this weekend so we are expecting temperatures to warm into the forties and maybe the low fifties by Monday to Friday morning it is the last day of January I'm Jeff brown and here are the five things you need to know at seven fifteen the future of the impeachment trial hinges on the vote so for Republicans more just moments cases on the corona virus and now zeroed in on ten thousand and the Boston symphony orchestra's not taking chances canceling its upcoming Asian tore Harvard science professor given one week to come up with one million dollars Charles lever accused of secretly working with the Chinese little kids with big hearts lane students using hands and heads to build the beds for the homeless fact down our top story senator Lamar Alexander says he is going to oppose additional witnesses and the impeachment trial of president trump Alexander had been one of four swing Republicans Susan Collins of Maine says she'll vote to call witnesses and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney from Utah has long been backing witness testimony as well so Alaska's Lisa Makowski the last undecided GOP senator reporter Julia Manchester is with with the hill definitely plays and shot the partisan nature of this country and how you seen Republicans really fall in line behind president trump no matter whether they thought what president trump did was wrong or whether this would expand executive authority I think this shows just how we'll lawmakers are to their party depending on which way senator Murkowski votes the tie breaker could be put into play and this.

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