POLITICO Massachusetts Playbook: DEVAL’s 2020 radar — BUTTIGIEG backs SETTI — CAPUANO gets cold shoulder from WARREN, MARKEY
CHARLIE BAKER FAIL! THIS IS NOT LEADERSHIP!
- "We tried to ask Charlie Baker a question. Here's what happened," by Laura Krantz and Shirley Leung, Boston Globe: "It shouldn't have been a mission impossible: Ask the governor a question about higher education at a higher education event. What could go wrong? Standing just inches from us, Charlie Baker didn't even make eye contact. When we pressed his aides, they told us we could e-mail the office. 'I know he's right here, but we do have to get him out the door,' the press aide told us as we hovered at the governor's elbows."
- "Multi-State Gun Safety Coalition Blasted As 'Admission Of Guilt'," by Katie Lannan, State House News Service: "Gov. Charlie Baker's move to add Massachusetts to a multi-state gun safety network amounts to 'an admission of guilt by our government for not doing their jobs to stop criminal gun traffickers,' according to the Gun Owners Action League, but the administration said it has been sharing data with other states and will continue working to improve those relationships. Baker last month announced he would join the States for Gun Safety Coalition, an information-sharing effort launched by the Democrat governors of New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Connecticut."
IS IT TIME FOR BILL GALVIN TO RETIRE?
YOU JUST LOST MY VOTE!
- "Mass. elections chief needs to explain comment about Lawrence mayor, Democratic opponent Josh Zakim says," by Gintautas Dumcius, MassLive.com: "Seizing on the Massachusetts elections chief's alleged comment about the mayor of Lawrence during a fiery phone call, Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim called for him to elaborate on the remark. Zakim is running in a Democratic primary against Bill Galvin, the longtime Massachusetts secretary of state."
PROBLEMS AT ENTERGY'S PILGRIM NUCLEAR AGAIN!
- "Water leak forces shutdown at Pilgrim Nuclear in Plymouth," by Patriot Ledger staff, Patriot Ledger: "Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station is powering down after plant operators identified a likely water leak inside the feedwater heating system. It's the latest setback for a plant that has been fueled for the last time and is scheduled to close on May 31, 2019."
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