House Pours Surplus Into Reserves, Pads Spending
10/16/19 10:44 PM
The House moved to close the fiscal year 2019 books Wednesday with near-unanimous approval of a $723 million supplemental budget that would stash $400 million of last year's surplus in reserves and spend millions more on the MBTA and other priorities, while also setting a schedule for voting in 2020.
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