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Massachusetts to Enter Phase 3 of Reopening, Boston Sports To Resume Baker Says

Jay Talking

01:46 min | Last month

Massachusetts to Enter Phase 3 of Reopening, Boston Sports To Resume Baker Says

"Phase three reopening will not happen until July 13th but the Baker administration says Phase three for the rest of the states re opening opening begins begins on on Monday. Monday. Museums, Museums, movie movie theaters theaters and and outdoor outdoor concert concert venues venues will will be be back back in in business. business. Lieutenant Lieutenant Governor Governor Karen Karen Polito Polito says. says. Jim's Jim's can can also also reopen reopen on on Monday, Monday, fitness centers and health clubs.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | Last month

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The four day forecast that thunderstorm is not a thunderstorm yet just rain moderate to light in most of the region seems like it's hitting the hardest down south right now Stoughton and Foxboro area when that rain clears up it's going to be a partly cloudy night down to sixty six tomorrow partly sunny and humid a shower or thunderstorm and a high of seventy nine for Monday humid with sun shower thunderstorm possible again temperatures in the high seventies mid seventies on Tuesday again a chance of rain and on Thursday a thunderstorm or shower possible with highs in the mid seventies right now it is seventy three degrees in Boston with light rain at four forty five this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm Madison Rogers here are the five things you need to know the latest covert numbers for Massachusetts three hundred and seventy three new cases twenty eight deaths a federal judge has ordered the release of children held in U. S. immigration jails the Baker administration proposes a two hundred and seventy five million dollar covert nineteen recovery package now with public safety warning after an apparent random sexual assaults and Waltham in a recent survey finds finds that because of travel restrictions in ninety seven percent of vacations this summer we're going to be road trips but as WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes tells us be warned it'll be more difficult to visit some New England states than others it's called Vacationland for good reason Maine's beaches draw crowds.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But the Senate side has not been that way she has a late a lot of my fears I'm not a doctor so I don't know but you know I don't no one really knows about this stuff unless you look in the medical field and so she's a little out of our feels fears and helped us everywhere every day so again I know people have been we're correcting a lot of people but every day you gotta wake up and figure out a way to beat this vicious virus and I think you're doing a great job run for plus four tickets are solders health and Human Services secretary the Baker administration again another glow a large kid who's out who's out there make sure that you beat the bushes for as much as a resource for our community all by my former boss of the city council my friend Frank Moran represent a program state Rep Frank Moran is coming up to the man off his for his leadership they showed over the past year and a half to two years the mayor has gone above and beyond expectations and he's like like you said earlier the large kit the really cares about our community this happened that make a statement very very personally I lost a brother mine about a month ago L. as an uncle by about a month and a half almost two months ago so for me this is personal we need to make sure that we follow the guidelines that are currently being provided out there these people behind me are out there working day in and day out to make sure that would be to spend them back and also that we can out there make sure that we send the proper information to make sure the people out there the following is the skylights I would think the governor I tell you the governor has been at the forefront of this but that makes it statewide and I want to thank him again I can you guys give a.

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"baker administration" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"baker administration" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"New cases death toll in Massachusetts has climbed out of five thousand seven hundred ninety seven and there are now eighty six thousand ten confirmed cases in the Commonwealth department of health in Massachusetts says about three percent of the known cases are currently hospitalized with seven hundred and two currently in the intensive care unit health officials report twelve thousand seven hundred and thirty seven were tested yesterday alone bringing the statewide test in Massachusetts up to four hundred and sixty thousand eight hundred and twenty six so restaurants are allowed to open up today for outdoor dining with us some strict rules and regulations put in place for social distancing it and so so what we'll see how people go about their business you know their new business limited business today so many people get out of the box and take advantage of alfresco dining out every restaurants able to do that unfortunately though it's five oh seven in Massachusetts the Baker administration announced fifty six million dollar as in funding to address food insecurity in Massachusetts because by the covert nineteen pandemic now the funding is meant to address the rising need for meals during this public health emergency according to the findings by the food security task force of Massachusetts covert nineteen command center so according to a release the money will be broken up with thirty six million going to go to various initiatives like increasing capacity at food banks and improving snap and wick services five million in Massachusetts will go to the healthy incentives program twelve million for the provisions of twenty five thousand family food boxes there and three million dollars for immediate relief for food banks Baker's administration says the food security task force has made more than eighty recommendations since it was created on April the twenty second so a lot of virtual graduations took place over the weekend but somebody really crossed the line in Providence Providence city leaders are demanding action after graduation celebration this particular celebration was not virtual they ignored all the spacing waters and crowd orders and what have you more from Connor separates from NBC ten after hearing from many neighbors the community is upset and rightfully so for the past week or so students from Providence College having gathered in large groups celebrated the graduation ignoring rules.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now it is fifty six degrees in Boston and it's raining I'm jacquard WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast on this Friday morning it'll be cloudy a couple of showers are expected especially right around daybreak low fifty five the coming breezy later today with variable cloudiness a shower or thunderstorm is font size sixty six in Boston but to reach the low and mid seventies well inland showers and heavy gusty thunderstorms likely late this afternoon and early tonight any storm could produce damaging wind gusts down for inhale a leftover shower will occur late tonight low fifty two much cooler along the coast tomorrow but mild inland with some sun high sixty four along the coast low seventies and some western suburbs everyone of the cooler Sunday with clouds and sun and highs between sixty and sixty five I'm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski W. Vesey Boston's news radio good morning I'm done half here's what's happening the Baker administration is unveiling a lofty plan to expand corona virus testing in the state here's WBZ is Kim Tunnicliffe governor Baker says if everything goes as planned Massachusetts will emerge as the world's leading Copa tester on a per capita basis the highest number of people tested to date is fifteen thousand six hundred and one day the plan calls for boosting overall capacity to forty five thousand tests per day by the end of July that would be over sixteen million tests a year and seventy five thousand tests per day by the end of December that would be over twenty seven million tests per year with the goal of decreasing our positive test rate over time to less than five percent Baker will submit the state's testing roadmap to the trump administration by the end of this month in order to access federal covert funds and testing resources Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio the state is reporting more than eighty two thousand cases of.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And support at Crohn's and colitis foundation dot org sixty degrees in Boston under a cloudy sky I'm jacquard WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast on this Friday morning it'll be cloudy a couple of showers are expected especially right around daybreak low fifty five the coming breezy later today with variable cloudiness a shower or thunderstorm is far watch high sixty six in Boston but to reach the low and mid seventies well inland showers and heavy gusty thunderstorms likely late this afternoon and early tonight any storm could produce damaging wind gusts down for inhale a leftover shower will occur late tonight low fifty two much cooler along the coast tomorrow but mild inland with some sun high sixty four along the coast low seventies and some western suburbs everyone of the cooler Sunday with clouds and sun and highs between sixty and sixty five I'm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski W. Vesey Boston's news radio good morning I'm done half here's what's happening the Baker administration is unveiling a lofty plan to expand corona virus testing in the state here's WBZ is Kim Tunnicliffe governor Baker says if everything goes as planned Massachusetts will emerge as the world's leading covert tester on a per capita basis the highest number of people tested to date is fifteen thousand six hundred and one day the plan calls for boosting overall capacity to forty five thousand tests per day by the end of July that would be over sixteen million tests a year and seventy five thousand tests per day by the end of December that would be over twenty seven million tests per year with the goal of decreasing our positive test rate over time to less than five percent Baker will submit the state's testing roadmap to the trump administration by the end of this month in order to access federal covert funds and testing resources Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio the state is reporting more than eighty two thousand cases of.

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Boston - AG Launches Investigation Into Holyoke Soldiers’ Home After 21 Veterans Die

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Boston - AG Launches Investigation Into Holyoke Soldiers’ Home After 21 Veterans Die

"Attorney General Maura Healey's office beginning an investigation of the Holyoke soldiers home Healy says she wants to find out what went wrong there and determine if any legal action is warranted our office says this investigation is separate from that of attorney mark Pearlstein who was hired by the Baker administration to look into the deaths at the soldiers all at least twenty one veterans died fifteen of them testing positive for covert

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Lift on Massachusetts medical marijuana vape ban a ‘big victory’ for patients

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Lift on Massachusetts medical marijuana vape ban a ‘big victory’ for patients

"Medical marijuana vape sales could go back into effect next Tuesday the cannabis control commission deciding not to uphold that as part of the state's ongoing ban on the sale of vaping products statewide the Baker administration has gone to court seeking to keep the medical marijuana ban in place the vaping industry drops its federal lawsuit challenging the state's temporary ban it's still challenging the band in state court a federal ban on flavored vape products is expected soon but menthol invades stores would be

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Vape shop owners sue Massachusetts over product sale ban

WBZ Midday News

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Vape shop owners sue Massachusetts over product sale ban

"Owners of vape shops filing a new suit against the Baker administration and its temporary ban on the sale of all vaping products that latest suits filed in federal court not the state courts it's backed by several vape shops here in Massachusetts the suit claims the governor's ban is unconstitutional going on to say it will cause the shop owners imminent substantial and irreparable harm to their

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Me. My daughter stocking follows. Yes. He was like he looked like pain also had a two thousand and four assault charge in Boston dropped. And after that first incident on the t a man who identified himself as a friend of pain. You approach transit police and said that pain you had mental issues and the habit of following young women in Wenham, Chris vomit WBZ Boston's NewsRadio on beacon hill today. Governor Charlie Baker has a plan to make the state's highways a safer WBZ. Sheri, small has more on the state house proposal twenty twelve in two thousand sixteen more than eighteen hundred people lost their lives in accidents on bay state roadways more than fifteen thousand were injured so boring statistics. Governor Baker wants to improve he's introduced a road safety. Bill. It aims to reduce distracted driving stiffen penalties and improve safety requirements for certain trucks, Massachusetts, triple a spokesperson. Mary maguire. I was absolutely thrilled to see the package of proposals that the governor the Lieutenant governor has put forth, and I commend the Baker administration. For making traffic safety issues a priority. The Bill requires hands-free cell phone use and allows police to pull over drivers solely for seatbelt violations. Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And on Capitol Hill votes are scheduled for tomorrow in the US Senate aimed at ending the government shutdown which is now in day number thirty three the prospects for the settlements. Not good one proposal would give President Trump money for his border wall in exchange for temporary protections for some immigrants. The other is a Bill approved by House Democrats to reopen the government through February eighth with no money for the wall. Just to give negotiators more time to talk. Both are expected to fall short of the sixty votes needed to pass nine. Oh, two now and.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"One for the most part though obviously our house speaker robert deleo very much opposed to raising any sort of tax and that's the for for people who don't have a lot of time every week to devote to following up which should be anyone hussein but they're there to chambers in one governor right the senate president in our system the senate president and the speaker of the house are very powerful in each of those chambers they decide what gets heard they decide who gets promotions with raises attached to them in the form of committee chairs they decide which local projects get funded which is the bread and butter for anybody who's trying to get elected they control their members and then the governor so they meet this triumph for it and in the baker administration the the triumph for it has been baker and dalil leaning towards baker and deleo the senate the senate has for a long time been a more progressive chamber and really sensed stan rosenberg took over and even now until the spilka regime is a much more progressive chamber and they they much more aligned with with sort of progressive policies like i said earlier they send it without have a problem passing this fair share amendment as it is as they need to but they it's a it's a triumph for it of power and and as long as it leans towards baker baker in the governor seat and deleo and their their ideology their thinking about taxes and government is very very similar like they get along well because they they agree on a lot of stuff maker and they see things the same way than the senate is sort of shut out of that policymaking positions so they can pass whatever they want and still has to come to a conference after that and then the governor still has to decide it and if if you can sit in that meeting a three people with the sp the speaker and the governor and the governor and the speaker says to the s p here's exactly what you can get away with and i'll sign it and my chamber approve it and here's what we won't let you get away with the senate is pretty much limited in what they can do so the long way of saying the the.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Have to the amendment was played restrictions on working with their creating our businesses and you know ten an agency that i think sort is of out of control ripping families apart and making a real difference in terms of the approach the governor wants to take on working with with ice i think there's no real difference in healthcare we want to move towards a single payer healthcare system in this governor wants to kick people off of match health and doesn't support single payer healthcare so i think that there are a lot of areas where we'd like to be a lot more aggressive you know i think that we want more revenue on the table and we're not afraid to say thank millionaires ought to pay a little bit works we'll have the resources to invest in translation at an education that we have a governor who's not willing to put in the resources were while our infrastructure is crumbling the keys not working the bridges need massive repair wanted people coupled to work and i think that the solution to some of the problems is going to have more revenue that something that the baker baker administration said that they don't want you're talking about higher taxes what kind of fire for people at the very top of being comes back from the opposite of what the trump administration just did him in the trump administration just past you know a bill for my perspective is outrageous it takes from the poorest catholic states like massachusetts in order to have a giveaway to the very members at our site some of the richest corporations and that's really turbo charging one of the great social social policy challenges our time with rising inequality i think it's just yeah the richer getting they turn this economy and the rest of us are people are having trouble making eaten i think it's really important that we have tax policies where we know we raise the revenue that we need to invest in the city really going to help our economy and i'm not talking about things that are just as i'm talking about things that are actually going to help grow economy so we've got rumblings predation infrastructure will people can't get to work where people can get to school that's can have a really serious long term economic impact and it's gonna make the entire state we wanna continue to.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In boston today plenty of sunshine eighty one degrees wbz news time three twenty four look at new england business this may be putting the cart in front of the horse just a bit but a hospital mega mega merger in the works is getting a new name more than a dozen massachusetts hospitals are part of the plan hatched by beth israel deaconess and lahey health the new name will be simply beth israel lahey health this would create the second largest health system by revenue in the state right behind partners healthcare is merger has already gotten the blessing of the state's public health commission but is still awaiting word from the attorney general's office and the health policy commission will despite rising prices and not enough homes for sale in massachusetts buyers are still buying and sellers are still laughing all the way to the bank sales of both single family homes and condos way up in april that's according to real estate tracking firm the warren group and ceo tim warren tells us it's not all about sticker price not just for the home but you know mortgage rates are going up to and prices for both are about the same in april three hundred seventy five thousand dollars condos nearly matching the price of a single family home is really going on is that there are so many new condos developers keep building more highrises they've all got brand new construction the latest amenities and the issue of price and inventory is not gone unnoticed on beacon hill lawmakers they're working on ways to try to boost housing construction in the coming years and this has been years in the making and today vineyard wind has been chosen by the baker administration to build the state's first off shore wind farm backed by a management firm based in copenhagen vineyard wind beat out to competitors for the project to be built fifteen miles off the coast of martha's vineyard this the secretary of energy and environmental affairs matthew beaten going to be the largest offshore wind development in our nation's history being the first actor we're gonna have some great opportunities for development of supply chain in a number of other economic development opportunities vineyard wins commitment to training the local workforce and.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Any any approval or not you know who knows i don't know what's been going on there but whatever it is has not been enough so yes there should be checks and balances more checks and balances three three nine asked says i think there should be a cap on a number of overtime hours this is a great point one that i touched on earlier there should there be a limit on how much overtime these state troopers are getting or any put any police in fact because a lot of these are getting you know double at least double in pay what their regular pay is and getting say if they if they're regular page one hundred thousand dollars there they make two hundred thousand dollars or two hundred fifty thousand dollars getting twice what they're making and i don't even know how you make that much in overtime you pretty much have to work all day long to get that in overtime so there should there be a cap yes i believe there should be a cap on the number of overtime hours and i hope that's one of the reforms that they're looking at the baker administration is looking at is cutting back on a number of ot hours whether it's gonna be hiring more state troopers are police officers to get around that i'm not sure because obviously you do need overtime say that's how the system works a lot of these events that people that the police cover or special events that they work at that's all over time and a lot of these traffic details that they work on over time so but i do think there should be a cap on this fight away ask does this hurt baker in his reelection that's another good question and i'm kind of torn on that up to now i would say it has not heard baker his reelection if you look at his numbers his approval numbers are sky high people think people like him think he's been doing a good job but it's interesting when you look at individual issues there was a poll recently by i think it was wb you are that take a look took a look at these individual issues whether baker was doing a good or fair job a lot of these issues like the state police people only say baker has doing a fair job not a good job so i think there.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"That and there were some resources there so to what extent is he able to kind of use his very high poll numbers to bring along and strengthen their home party and how much is it just for charlie baker i think gubernatorial coattails tend to be overrated i think we saw that with ballot questions legalization of marijuana expanding charter schools charlie baker was on the wrong side of both of those voters went the other way he campaigned pretty heavily for both those ballot questions and basically what voters said was you know that's nice that you think that but we're gonna vote the other way will before we go to break actually we're overdue for it but what about the broken promises of every governor that seems to come through and that is the south coast rail is your bitterness down there with the baker administration or the patrick administration when you keep going back about that mayflower right now there is there is actually hope for south coast rail once again you know it happens in flows with the idea of this new route that's going to run through middleborough instead of stowe in has garnered a lot of support amongst advocates for the project because of the feeling that it will get done quicker it will cost less than they can look at the stoughton route which would be much faster in the future so he's built up support for that he's worked with local governor our local mayors and state reps to kind of get their support behind it as well everyone has become to that support with the exception of the taunton area because essentially they're losing the downtown station but will be how many governors now you guys slow we go back to bill weld and the promise to sue him if rail is now built you know promises com promises promises go rail is still nowhere to be seen and it's not really much closer than it was anytime before we'll save the tape and back in five years.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hit level leads to better financial results he says state street will continue to push for companies to be more inclusive at the board and executive levels later this year new hampshire regulators will take a closer look at the decision to deny the northern pass electricity transmission project they'll gather on monday to decide whether to reopen an investigation into the one point six billion dollar ever source hydropower plan northern passes the go to plan for canadian energy by the baker administration bought it is prepared to move on to plan b transmission line from maine if the rejection is not reversed it has been a tough several days for many residents in massachusetts just getting over the last nor'easter and now they're likely in the dark again some three hundred thousand customers without power this afternoon we'll tell you what you can expect with laurie kirby coming up at the bottom of the hour wbz news time 527 when you've been doing business with someone for over a decade should remember their names right mild bank treated me as if i were just any old joe off the street not 15year loyal clients they never seem to recall my name or care about my business frankly felt almost forced to look for another bank so i checked out first republic bank one day while i'm sure glad i did everything was just different milan was greeted i mean they were truly interested in me it's when they started asking me about my company that i realized i was hut laden made moving my counsel breeze now every time i go into my first republic office which usually weekly the bankers treat me as if i'd been there all along isn't that reason.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"To be able to protect yourself in hunting is bigots as up there vanessa hit the in so it's got to be statebystate because what governs vermont it's not the same thing that governs la or whatever the problem is of course hillary is at the guns moved from state right is right problem or a problem leave their more substantive they're more tailored to the individual populations that have different opinions about this than they would if they were in maine or if they were in you know indian berries some of these different states would do different type profiled so that may be one of the solutions where people can look to their to their local governments do better job is the judaization standard the other in other words paul the idea that somebody has to be adjudicated mentally ill by judge uh that that is the only thing that keeps the national instant check system is that too high a standard is there not now a whole sphere of individuals who don't vats but maybe at least there should be information on the national instantchat system so that a gun store owner can say well i don't know look with this has here the fbi has an fbi put in all these notes about social media postings of guy is done and that makes me uneasy or is the constitutional question uh yeah at any rate at we're going to hit a break here we have apache len centre pat jalen who's going to me joining us talk a little bit about her thoughts on this recent push by folks within the baker administration certainly by the attorney general i and others two to three to hit the brakes on licensing we'll be right back in talk to her about that here.

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"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hugh served honourably in numerous postings including nearly twenty years in the gang unit and important period of the state police and important period at the state police academy several years as deputy commander in the division investigative services he is a past recipient of the troop a georgia ohana medal of honor for bravery and the troupe of the year award the department has great deep gratitude for his years of dedicated service in his saying that essentially win the top cop the colonel superintendent resigns the deputy superintendent traditionally follow suit so that he knew krona will be able to select a secondincommand of his her here on on choosing look i make no bones about if i admire the state police uh i my brothers a retired state police lieutenant i have a sisterinlaw who is still an active duty state police trooper i admire the state police and i admire the two troopers who essentially did the right thing here who did the right thing uh they wrote the report on then never should have been any any effort to change that report and tonight it has cost the careers of the top two members of the massachusetts state police i wanna get your reaction you're a police officer feel free if you're just soup if you're a citizen on i think that clearly there was an effort here made however you wanna put a shine on this sneaker to to protect the daughter of a judge judge that is wrong paticularly in the way that this daughter acted she was totally out of control she made statements which clearly a anyone in their right mind would have made she allegedly allegedly proposition a trooper two out to do to get leniency leniency that you didn't deserve are those of us who are parents in never wanna find yourself in that situation but i think that at this point we need to talk about this and uh it's not fun to talk about but i'd like to hear from you how could this possibly have happened in this day and age i think it also is a problem for the baker administration six one seven two five four 1030 triple eight nine to nigerian thirty how high does this go.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"You want to have a question or a comment about anything i got a great letter uh a little while ago from a woman named ellen who wanted to alert you to an issue that she had an counter she had with the baker administration and i'll read the letter now says it's the quick letter she's from milton it she says hijo as an astute longtime political observer i think you'll find the story interesting constitued services should be an important function for any elected official at any level at some do it better than others the importance of constitued services could make an interesting article as true here's a great example of bad constitued services a was that this my community suffers from a noise problem at logan airport that's milton i wish still he took the time to write governor baker a thoughtful letter detailing the problem and asking that he or someone in his staff meet with our community i didn't expect a response from the governor but thought that possibly a staff person would respond with an equally thoughtful letter explaining the governor's position abdur actions on the issue however in response i received an unsigned letter from an unnamed constituents services aid barely acknowledging the issues raised the lighterage he attached the letter that i have here the response i received is insulting i called the head of governor baker constituent affairs and left to play wait voicemail explaining my disappointment with the letter as detailed above but so far i haven't heard back from her i don't expect to i posted the response at a facebook page that deals with the issue and some of the responses are quite funny there was actually a wad of response to the letter that she posted generated on facebook i'm happy to talk with you further about.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Place and why why donors tobel questions under massachusetts law are required to be disclosed and the fact that they're people so see with the baker administration who were intentionally using the shell entity to to hide these donations should be extremely concerned to people and i have been since a month or so go in this came out i've been asking for these questions to be answered in yesterday in order to to be more direct about it i went to the to the board meeting were secretary peiser was and faced him directly and asked them to answer these questions wanted to ask you about amazon and the concern that the traffic troubles in the commonwealth could potentially have amazon looking to another stains on how concerned to you about that and a what do you think massachusetts should do to try to sweeten the deal when it comes to the traffic troubles so i'm really concerned about it and not just in terms of weather it affects amazon's decision but many different dismisses you might be looking to come into the communist massachusetts or even businesses here who are thinking about whether they stay and invest more or lease when i talk to business leaders the the number the two biggest things that i hear them talk about are they want a trained workforce and two they want to transportation system that the people can depend on to get to work on time and right now in both of those areas like many other areas under the baker administration we're not only not making the progress we need to make we're not even trying in my view transportation will we're one of the worst in the country were 45th when it comes to the condition of our transportation infrastructure forty seven th when it comes to commute times so yes someone like amazon this is obviously something they would be looking at an mp concerned about just like every other businesses who does business tears thinking about it we need leadership in this area we needed governor who's going to recognize that this is a core public responsibility a coresponsibility a government we are falling down on the job and we need to be asked about the fact.

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"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"baker administration" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"About how trying to influence public policy on this issue and they can have confidence that i followed all the rules that are in place to ensure that our public leaders are due on the job they're there to do and that her punishment can have confidence in them and he yesterday when given the opportunity to answer questions about this gave no comment and this is this is a pattern is consistent in the baker administration where you know we've seen governor baker refusing to to disclose public records requests the media and others on big issues we've talked about this before i think regular people should be able to have confidence in their public leaders that they're that they're serving their interests in that they at least understand how they're serving their interests and and that we should be transparent and open as public leaders with the people the tom lost its why as we've talked about before i support and would voluntarily comply with the public records law which governor baker has not so this is a big issue and i think the public should be concerned when one of our public leaders sales to answer questions about whether or not he was playing a real a role in an illegal fundraising scheme gonzalez's i mean ah in the one thing i do want to ask about especially because this is dealing with potential state resources when it comes to a valid question is you know cindy roy and the question about the gas tax valid question you know there were state resources is used to push that ballack question you know she sent out emails on the state and certainly i know i richard davy dealt with it but there was also questions to look into i guess emails possibly from your office so you know just too because it's the same thing right it's sort of a the what would you say about that and what would you says the voters about that situation so the gas tax question was not on the ballot while i was in office and i think secretary davy was asked about his role in the republican party tried to say he was the republican party at the time tried to say he was politicizing this and it was looked into and it was determined that what she did was was was okay and within.

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