Spending, policy differences point to late state budget


Jun 28 2018

By Colin A. Young and Michael P. Norton, State House News Service / The Daily News

In a report released Tuesday, the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation (MTF) said revenue assumptions in the House and Senate budgets are similar, but there are “significant spending discrepancies between the two budgets.” If negotiators combined all new revenue sources from each budget, it would boost revenue by no more than $40 million — or about $228 million shy of the amount that would be needed to support all House and Senate spending priorities, MTF said.
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