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Healey Pledges Full Funding Of 2019 Education Law

Gov. Maura Healey makes remarks at the Massachusetts Municipal Association's annual conference Friday morning while municipal leaders look on, including MMA executive director Geoff Beckwith, vice president Lexington Select Board Member Jill Hai, and president Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller. [Sam Drysdale/SHNS]

In her first appearance before Massachusetts' municipal leaders, Gov. Maura Healey said she would fully fund the Student Opportunity Act, seek supplemental funding to cover costs associated with serving migrant children in the state's public schools, and file an executive order to create a working group on how to structure the new housing secretariat the governor promised on the campaign trail.

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