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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 FY 2021 budget and what it means for the programs they care about.

View the full presentation here.

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