CHANDLER FLAGS $$$ OPTIONS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, CALLS FOR DEVELOPMENT
[Story Developing] In addition to plugging a $2 billion tax on the wealthy, Senate President Harriette Chandler on Monday told business leaders in Worcester that other taxes and fees may be needed to make the kind of investments in transportation and infrastructure that will boost the economy and open new opportunities.
"The truth is that we need to take a hard look at what revenues may need to come into play to allow us to make the investments in infrastructure and services that you in the business community deserve," Chandler told the Worcester Chamber of Commerce, according to her prepared remarks.
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