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Federal Relief Funds for Higher Education Offer Opportunities to Close Accessibility Gaps

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Reginauld Williams, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON, MA – With the correct supports and investments in place, public higher education has the power to open …

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New Census Data on Poverty, Income, and Health Coverage Show Need for Robust Federal Recovery Package

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Reginauld Williams, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON, MA – The economic loss and hardship of COVID-19 and its new variants are far from over …

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Report Outlines Federal Relief for Massachusetts’ Transportation and How to Invest in it Now

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Reginauld Williams, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON, MA – Every person in the Commonwealth counts on reliable transportation systems to get to essential places …

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Massachusetts’ Housing Crisis Needs Comprehensive Strategy, Not Piecemeal Band-Aids

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Reginauld Williams, rwilliams@massbudget.org Boston, MA – Everyone needs a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home. But in Massachusetts, like …

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Envisioning Equity for our Children: How COVID-19 Impacted Child and Family Well-Being in the Commonwealth

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Reginauld Williams, rwilliams@massbudget.org BOSTON — Although Massachusetts ranks No.1 nationally in overall child well-being, according to the 2021 KIDS COUNT® Data …

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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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Black Lives and the Pursuit of Racial and Economic Justice

This country was built upon racist ideas and policies that we must all work deliberately to undo every day. These policies, such as Jim Crow laws, …

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Statement on Reopening the Commonwealth

Read the full statement by Marie-Frances Rivera, president of the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center (MassBudget), in response to the Governor’s Reopening Massachusetts plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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