House Chirps at Senate Over Transportation Revenues
11/10/20 6:16 PM
House Democratic leaders beat back attempts from within their ranks Tuesday to add a series of transit-related tax hikes into a state budget bill, in the process renewing their criticism of the Senate for months of inaction on a bill raising more than $500 million in new transportation revenues.
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