The first segment of May 23rd’s WCVB On The Record Sunday Roundtable with anchors Maria Stephanos and Janet Wu. Mary Anne Marsh and Rob Gray discuss the January 6th Capitol insurrection probe delay.

Chair of the House Rules Committee Jim McGovern (MA-02) made his support for the commission known at the bill’s passing. However Senator Elizabeth Warren made it clear on the record today that Democrats were frustrated over the Republican fight against it.

Next, Marty Walsh claims that he knows nothing about Dennis White’s history of domestic violence. Recently, the Boston Globe ran a piece exposing domestic White’s abuse allegations. However, former Commissioner Willie Gross says Walsh is lying. In the light of the recent Patrick Rose scandal, who should we believe?

Finally, what sort of pandemic-prompted changes should stay in place once everything is back to normal? While mask restrictions are easing across the country, other pandemic infrastructure such as mail-in voting and remote work may be here to stay.

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