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Advocates push back on governor’s tax cuts
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Local News
Advocates push back on governor’s tax cuts
Governor Maura Healey’s tax proposal, filed March 1, has received mixed reviews from advocacy groups in the coalition that led the campaign for the Fair Share Amendment, which is expected to bring more than $1 billion in additional revenue to the state budget.
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Squad rallies Pressley's volunteers in Roxbury
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Politics
Squad rallies Pressley's volunteers in Roxbury
Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilham Omar and Rashida Tlaib joined Massachusetts 7th Congressional District Rep. Ayanna Pressley in Roxbury to rally volunteers as part of a get-out-the-vote effort.
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Report: MBTA faces fiscal cliff
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Local News
Report: MBTA faces fiscal cliff
A report released Sept. 16 outlines a grim future for the funding of the MBTA. Local transit advocates say they are not surprised but suggest this signals a moment for needed change.
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Millionaires tax campaign kicks off
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Local News
Millionaires tax campaign kicks off
Activists with the group Raise Up Massachusetts launched a series of organizing initiatives across the state to reach out to voters on the millionaires tax.
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Campaign underway for millionaires tax
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Local News
Campaign underway for millionaires tax
Proponents of a Massachusetts constitutional amendment that would add a 9% surtax on incomes over $1 million say they are ready to move forward with a campaign to garner support for the measure, which is expected to move to a statewide ballot initiative next year.
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