MA Falls Another Step Behind in Fight for Fuel Price Relief

Following reports that the New Hampshire State Senate is currently set to release a plan for a gas tax holiday this week, Massachusetts has fallen yet another step behind similar states in its efforts to provide relief to families and small businesses struggling to combat sky high fuel prices.

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Budget Process is Being Restricted to the Public by only Accepting Written Testimony

According to the State House News Service, the House Ways and Means Committee is drafting its budget plan and, “lawmakers are only giving the general public an opportunity to weigh in throughout next week. Unlike in-person hearings of previous cycles that enabled people to directly address lawmakers, or even the internet hearings that facilitated virtual interactions, lawmakers are only accepting written testimony this year.”

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MassFiscal Condemns Mayor Wu’s Threat of Eliminating Outdoor Dinning and $7,500 Fee for North End Restaurants

On Friday, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu canceled her 2 p.m. public press conference and instead sent a letter to North End restaurants.

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