Look At The Week Ahead - The Advances
8/5/22 3:58 PM
By Thursday, Gov. Charlie Baker will for the last time have cleared his desk of the deluge of bills that lawmakers sent him before wrapping up formal sessions, which they did for 2022 on the morning of Aug. 1. The governor signs the vast majority of bills sent his way, but drops vetoes and amendments here and there, and they can be impactful. Democratic legislative leaders misplayed their hands in the way they chose to wrap up formal session business. They were seemingly blindsided by a tax policy already on the books, which caused them to derail their own carefully crafted and sweeping tax relief and economic development spending plans.
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