Senate Session Summary - Monday, Oct. 26
10/26/20 1:24 PM
Working together to start the week, the Senate and House whisked back to Gov. Charlie Baker's desk a stopgap budget he filed last Wednesday to cover state spending for the month of November in the continuing absence of a full-year spending bill. The branches also quickly ushered to final passage a bill opening the door to additional federal unemployment benefits for as many as 17,000 Bay Staters under the Lost Wages Assistance Program, by increasing minimum state unemployment benefits for a period between August and early September.
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