THINK TANK SEES RISKS FOR $11 BIL IN FEDERAL REVENUES
About a quarter of the state's nearly $40 billion annual budget is paid for by the federal government, according to a new report, which warns that some of those revenues may be at risk under a Republican president and GOP-controlled Congress.
In "Partnership in Peril: Federal Funding at Risk for State Programs Relied on by Massachusetts Residents," the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center said as much as $1.8 billion is riding on the outcome of repeal-and-replace deliberations concerning the federal Affordable Care Act.
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