...And it Definitely Should Have Legislative ApprovalRead more
Warns of Cadillac-Style BureaucracyRead more
The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance released the following statement in response to the legislature’s proposal to remove the state political party chairman from campaign finance process.Read more
Taxpayers Waited Nearly 250 Days for First Serious Tax Relief ProposalRead more
Last week, Governor Charlie Baker (R-MA) stood up for state workers and vetoed the blatantly anti-privacy Janus "Fix" bill.Read more
Last week, we got some great news from the State House — Governor Charlie Baker sent the so called Janus "Fix” anti-privacy bill back to the legislature with amendments.Read more
As you know, MassFiscal has ardently supported many of the reforms the Baker administration has proposed over the years. However, the Governor’s current budget proposal included a 50% increase to the real estate excise tax—to fund climate change solutions—MassFiscal was quick to object. Our 501(c)3 sister organization, the Fiscal Alliance Foundation, even polled residents and found taxpayers were not supportive of this tax.
Since the poll was conducted, the legislature has named new chairs of the important Ways and Means Committee. This committee is tasked with adopting and advancing tax policy, including the Governor’s tax increase proposal. Now that the pieces are finally set, MassFiscal is pleased to announce that mailboxes across our state have started to fill up with our first educational mailer of 2019. In all, tens of thousands of households across the Commonwealth are receiving our first mailer and many more are receiving its digital counterpart on their computers and phones.Read more