December 13, 2021
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2022

Baker signs $4 billion bill to dole out federal relief funds

Colin Young ,

State House News Service / WBUR

The spending itself is mostly concentrated on health care ($964 million), housing ($624 million), infrastructure ($414 million), education ($389 million) and economic development ($267 million), as well as on specific workforce issues ($500 million allotments for both premium pay awards and the state's unemployment insurance system), according to the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation's analysis.