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Week in review: New England governors launch 2022 bids

Gov. Charlie Baker has yet to reveal is 2022 political intentions
SAM DORAN
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STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
Gov. Charlie Baker has yet to reveal is 2022 political intentions

Two New England governors launched 2022 reelection efforts this week, but the political future of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker remains unknown. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu resisted calls from fellow Republicans to consider a bid for the U.S. Senate and began a bid for his fourth term, saying he can accomplish more in his current job. Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont became a candidate, saying he loves the job.

And Another Thing devotes Fridays to reviewing some of regional news of the past week. Upcoming political campaigns are just one of the topics panelists will analyze.

The panel will also review some early proposals for how New England states should use federal infrastructure funding approved by congress, the acquittal of the first Springfield police officer to be tried on charges stemming from a brawl outside a city bar in 2015, and the future of football at UMass following the firing of the head coach before the season ended.

Our panelists are:

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