Gov. Maura Healey unveiled a $4.1 billion bond bill last week targeting the state’s housing shortage. It could create over 8,000 accessory dwelling units, or “in-law suites,” across the state.

Plus, a new poll highlights the 2024 election ballot questions at the top of the list for Massachusetts voters. Of those surveyed 52% said they would vote to remove MCAS as a requirement for receiving a high school diploma.

And a Boston City Council candidate is stirring up controversy with comments about Black Lives Matter.

Those stories and more on Under the Radar's Local News Roundtable.


Katie Lannan, State House reporter for GBH News

Gin Dumcius, reporter for CommonWealth Magazine

Mike Deehan, co-writer of the Boston Axios Newsletter