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STATEHOUSE ROUNDUP: Life, liberty and the pursuit of ventilators

The tea leaves, when they can read them, will likely present a bleak picture –  the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center’s testimony contemplates a scenario where fiscal 2021 tax collections land $5 billion short of the estimates agreed to in January.

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Katie Lannan

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