Baker Seeks Quick Budget Turnaround, Would Veto Tax Hikes
10/14/20 7:22 PM
Threatening to veto tax hikes if pursued by the Legislature, Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday took the exceedingly rare step of refiling his annual budget, proposing a $45.5 billion plan that increased spending beyond what he proposed in January despite the projected loss of $3.6 billion in state tax revenues from an economy ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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