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The plan focuses on investments in transportation and education while calling for an income tax increase coupled with a lower sales tax.
Tell us: do you think we need to increase taxes to strengthen education and transportation?
The Internet giant has been exempt from collecting sales taxes in Massachusetts but some say that changed when it bought a North Reading company this year.
More than 200,000 low-income households are expected to benefit from the program. Eligible homeowners and renters can apply via NSCAP.
The governor and MEMA unveiled Ping4alerts! Friday.
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The state's alcohol control board is conducting public hearings on whether to allow bars to offer discounted drinks.
After Tuesday, the House and Senate will not have an opportunity to override any veto.
The bill both aims to ensure violent criminals stay behind bars while easing prison overcrowding by reducing drug-offense penalties.
Ballot to be finalized by AG's office on July 3.
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