Marcus Giang

Research And Communications Associate

Marcus is a Research and Communications Associate at the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center. Working with both the research and communications teams, he provides support on data analysis, visualizations, and social media graphics. 

Previously an intern at MassBudget, Marcus also completed an internship with the community development team at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. A Massachusetts native, he holds a B.A. in Economics from UMass Boston. 


A Look At The Tax Measure Dividing House, Senate Dems On State Budget

The two think tanks framed action taken by other states differently in their descriptions of Section 163(j) legislation around the country. While MTF said “several other states have already taken action to address this issue,” MassBudget wrote that “decoupling from Section 163(j) is not especially common among the states.” But both organizations agreed that eight states — Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wisconsin — have decoupled from Section 163(j).

“If Massachusetts decouples, it will be an outlier,” MassBudget said.

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Testimony on H.3809 Before Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development

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Testimony before Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development on S.1066/H.1610, “An Act to Prevent Wage Theft, Promote Employer Accountability, and Enhance Public Enforcement”

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