Mass. Legislature could strengthen Charlie Baker’s hand with budget delay


Jul 12 2018

By Joshua Miller and Matt Stout, The Boston Globe

According to the business-backed watchdog Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, the House-passed budget has 109 non-spending sections, while the Senate has 185. “As has been the case in recent years, the Senate budget includes significantly more policy provisions that the House,” the foundation said in a recent report. “This mismatch in the number of sections can make it difficult to resolve policy differences in a way that is satisfactory for both branches.”
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