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State Budget Heads to Conference Committee

Please Advocate for MAPC’s Budget Priorities! The Massachusetts House of Representatives finalized their version of the FY2020 state budget on Thursday, April 25 and the Senate finalized their version on Thursday, May 23. The state budget now has to be reconciled between both chambers and sent to the Governor’s desk for approval by June 30. […]

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Senate Budget: MAPC Call to Action

Help us support smart growth and regional collaboration in the budget by contacting your state senator today. Last week, the Senate Ways and Means Committee released their FY2020 state budget proposal. Senators had until last Friday to submit amendments to that proposal: over 1,100 were submitted. MAPC has identified two amendments as key priorities and […]

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MA House Ways and Means Committee Releases FY2020 State Budget Proposal

Please Advocate for MAPC’s Budget Priorities! The Massachusetts House of Representatives finalized their version of the FY2020 state budget on Thursday, April 25 and the Senate finalized their version on Thursday, May 23. The state budget now has to be reconciled between both chambers and sent to the Governor’s desk for approval by June 30. […]

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Call to Action: Ask Your Legislator to Support MAPC Priority Amendments

MAPC Call to Action Help us support smart growth and regional collaboration in the budget by contacting your state senator today. Last week, the Senate Ways and Means Committee released their FY2020 state budget proposal. Senators had until last Friday to submit amendments to that proposal: over 1,100 were submitted. MAPC has identified two amendments […]

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MA Senate Ways and Means Releases FY19 Budget Proposal

On May 10, the Massachusetts Senate Committee on Ways and Means (SWM) released its FY2019 budget proposal of $41.42 billion. The SWM budget proposal includes about $61 million more spending than Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget plan (H.2) and $97 million less in spending than the budget adopted by the House last month. For an analysis […]

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