'Fix-it' governor likely to face closer scrutiny ahead

BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker takes pride in his reputation as a “fix-it” governor, but as the Republican wraps up his first year in office, he seems keenly aware that going forward, his administration will be judged not by the problems it inherited but on how solutions are working.

In other words, it’s all happening on his watch now.

“I think to some extent whoever is in office at the time anything doesn’t go right, you know, you own it,” Baker said in a recent interview with The Associated Press. “But what I would hope is that we are able…

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