The first segment of May 16th’s WCVB On The Record Sunday Roundtable with anchors Ed Harding and Janet Wu. Mary Anne Marsh and Ginny Buckingham discuss Congressman Stephen Lynch’s change in tactics during a recent Capitol insurrection hearing.

Next, Attorney General Maura Healey went on the record this morning and, when asked, declined to say if she was running for Governor. Last week Mary Anne discussed that AG Healey has been conducting extensive polling on current Governor Charlie Baker. Do Mary Anne and Ginny see through to her plans?

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden recently told Governor Baker that he was doing a “hell of a job.” In the light of criticisms over Baker’s pandemic response, will the President’s words help re-election chances?

Also, 86 wind turbines were greenlit to be built only 12 miles off of Martha’s Vineyard. After being heavily disputed for decades, will the largest offshore wind farm have more benefits for the environment than drawbacks for commercial fishing?

Finally, Boston Mayoral candidate Annissa Essaibi-George is in a dispute with the Boston Globe over whether she is a person of color.

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