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Read the Mayor’s remarks during the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Virtual Government Affairs Forum held on  September 29, 2020. Good morning to all the leaders, members, and guests of…

‘City Hall’ Review: Frederick Wiseman’s Mammoth Boston Doc Shows Anti-Trump Politics in Practice

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Running over four and a half hours, this documentary on Boston mayor Marty Walsh’s administration is a testing but rewarding study of democracy in action. It’s been seven years since…

My Remarks to the Greater Boston Labor Council on Labor Day

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(As Delivered) I want to say Happy Labor Day to everybody! This year is certainly going to go into the history books, and not just as the year of the…

Why I’m With Joe Biden

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On April 15, 2014, the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, Vice President Joe Biden came to our city to rally our spirits. He reminded us: “We are…


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Boston winters are tough, but we are tougher. Stay healthy this upcoming season by washing your hands, wearing a mask, socially distancing and getting your flu shot.

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