House:
ADJOURNED 'til Monday at 11 a.m. (Informal)
Senate:
ADJOURNED 'til Monday at 11 a.m. (No Calendar)

BAKER'S BUDGET SPURS INITIAL RESPONSES FROM BUDGET STAKEHOLDERS

Gov. Charlie Baker offered a $38.1 billion budget proposal Wednesday that would increase state spending by 3 percent while aiming to carve $750 million in savings out of the expansive MassHealth insurance and safety net program. Baker's budget will undergo statewide public hearings before the House redrafts it in April and the Senate in May, leading up to the likely signing of a new budget sometime in July.

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