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Testing Report Template with ACF

It comes with shortcodes and a search widget allowing you to easily display search forms anywhere on your website.

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Statement on Senate Ways and Means Committee’s FY 2021 Budget

“State leaders have made it clear that they do not want to raise broad-based taxes this fiscal year. We agree that now is not the …

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Raising Rates on Unearned Income: An Equitable Way to Avoid Cuts and Support a Robust and Just Recovery

Snapshot of Findings Each percentage point increase in the rates applied to most unearned income could raise about $465 million a year during periods of …

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FY 2021 Budget & Tax Options

Two weeks ago, the Executive Office of Administration and Finance (ANF) provided updated revenue projections for the current fiscal year (FY21). ANF now estimates an …

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Making sense of the Governor’s revised FY 2021 budget proposal

This was a presentation to a coalition of policy advocates, social service providers, and academics, to give members an overview of the Baker Administration’s revised …

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Envisioning Equity Part III: Reimagining Our Criminal Legal System

  For more information, view the presentation slides here.     *** The Envisioning Equity Series: Fall 2020 – MassBudget hosted a series of community …

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Statement on Governor Baker’s Revised FY 2021 Budget Recommendation

“The Baker Administration has released a new budget proposal for the current fiscal year, revising revenue projections down by billions of dollars ($3.6 billion). While the …

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Envisioning Equity Part II: Housing to Build a Just Recovery

Learn more about current legislation discussed in this conversation: Guaranteed Housing Stability Act (H.5018) would ban evictions due to COVID-19-related nonpayment, stabilize rents, prevent “no fault” …

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Testimony for the House and Senate Ways and Means Committees, the Joint Committee on Revenue, and the Executive Office of Administration and Finance Economic Roundtable

Thank you Chairman Michlewitz, Chairman Rodrigues and Secretary Heffernan for the invitation to participate in this 2nd economic roundtable to discuss the continuing fiscal implications …

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Massachusetts could face a $5 billion budget hole; Baker administration takes tax hikes off the table for now

The Senate and House chairmen of their respective chambers’ budget committees, Michael J. Rodrigues and Aaron Michlewitz, prepared to host a virtual roundtable with experts …

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