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EDITORIAL: Flush with cash, Massachusetts needs to get to work on bridges – Yahoo News

“The Orange Line isn’t Massachusetts’ only infrastructure with serious problems of deferred maintenance,” said Phineas Baxandall, senior analyst …Google Alert – phineas baxandallRead More

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Our View: Flush with cash, Mass. needs to get to work bridges | Editorials | eagletribune.com

“The Orange Line isn’t Massachusetts’ only infrastructure with serious problems of deferred maintenance,” said Phineas Baxandall, senior analyst …Google Alert – phineas baxandallRead More

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Federal Infrastructure Bill Could Buy Big Projects, But Not Long-Term Fiscal Stability …

Amassive influx of federal funds (and the looming possibility of a major federal infrastructure bill) is shoring up budgets at the state’s major transit agencies in …

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Week In Review: Politics And Pandemic Heat Up

Things are heating up everywhere. The delta is turning up the heat on the politics of the pandemic. A UN climate report that has the planet …

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Week In Review: Politics And Pandemic Heat Up

Things are heating up everywhere. The delta is turning up the heat on the politics of the pandemic. A UN climate report that has the planet …

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Police recruit appeals delayed due to funding shortage

BOSTON (SHNS) – A lack of funding at the state Civil Service Commission creates substantial backlogs in cases and long delays in police recruits, particularly …

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Nonprofits slam Legislature for delaying tax breaks for charitable donations

Last week, the Legislature once again delayed the implementation of a 2000 ballot question that was supposed to reward Bay Staters who made charitable contributions …

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Lawmakers push for free MBTA bus service

BOSTON — Transit advocates and some lawmakers want to make MBTA bus rides free in order to cut travel times, improve service and ease the burden …

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Lawmakers and advocates take aim at Baker over low-income transit fare veto

Six months after Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed a low-income fare program in a transportation bond bill, lawmakers and transportation advocates came out in full force …

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Massachusetts millionaires’ tax headed to 2022 ballot

A controversial wealth tax is finally headed to the 2022 ballot, but politicians are predicting a “heated” campaign season before voters decide if Massachusetts millionaires …

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