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Choosing Equity: How the Commonwealth can Make Public Higher Education Affordable

For Immediate Release Contact: Reginauld Williams, Communications Director 617-426-1228, x 102, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON – March 24 – As the legislative debate heats up around affordable …

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New MassBudget Transit Briefs Reveal Financial, Equity, and Environmental Benefits of Free Buses

For Immediate ReleaseContact: Reginauld Williams, Communications Director617-426-1228, x 102, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON — March 24 — Making Massachusetts buses free would improve operations, advance equity, and …

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MassBudget elects civic leaders, Segun Idowu and Imari K. Paris Jeffries, to its Board to advance antiracist policy in the Commonwealth

For Immediate Release Contact: Reginauld Williams, Communications Director 617-426-1228, x 102, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON — February 22, 2021 — The Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center, a …

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Envisioning Equity Part III: Reimagining Our Criminal Legal System

  For more information, view the presentation slides here.     *** The Envisioning Equity Series: Fall 2020 – MassBudget hosted a series of community …

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Envisioning Equity Part II: Housing to Build a Just Recovery

Watch the full recap to learn the housing policy challenges existing at the national, state, regional, and local levels and to explore ways that antiracist policy choices can help build housing for a just recovery.

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Envisioning Equity Part I: Equitable Education through the Crisis

Watch the full webinar from our first installment, where we dive into how to build racial and economic justice in K-12 education through the state budget.

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COVID-19 Updates: State Budget & the Pandemic

Learn about the pandemic’s impact on the state budget process, essential programs, and how we can prepare for the road to recovery with our Policy …

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Ground Shifting Beneath Senate Revenue Group

The virtual meeting began Thursday with presentations from Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center President Marie-Frances Rivera and Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation President Eileen McAnneny, each of whom detailed the forecasts they provided earlier this week at a hearing designed to help state budget managers chart a path through the end of fiscal 2020 and into the uncertainties of fiscal year 2021. Rivera said she thinks eliminating the reintroduction of that deduction is "the lowest-hanging fruit" and that because the deduction does not already exist, she does not think people will be any less inclined to make charitable donations.

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Ground Shifting Beneath Senate Revenue Group

The virtual meeting began Thursday with presentations from Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center President Marie-Frances Rivera and Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation President Eileen McAnneny, each of whom detailed the forecasts they provided earlier this week at a hearing designed to help state budget managers chart a path through the end of fiscal year 2020 and into the uncertainties of fiscal year 2021. Rivera said she thinks eliminating the reintroduction of that deduction is “the lowest-hanging fruit” and that because the deduction does not already exist, she does not think people will be any less inclined to make charitable donations.

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Virus leaves economists uncertain about its final toll

https://www.lowellsun.com/2020/04/15/virus-leaves-economists-uncertain-about-its-final-toll/ Lowell Sun

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