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Weekly Roundup - Immovable Object

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu embraces Senate President Karen Spilka after touring the Senate suite Thursday afternoon. Spilka said she let the mayor know "that we're here to help." Some of Wu's top priorities and election promises hinge on Beacon Hill action. [Sam Doran/SHNS]

One senior Beacon Hill Democrat told Gov. Charlie Baker this week that the state needed him "to be more present" as it grapples with the latest COVID-19 surge. The governor's presence, however, was about all they got.

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