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BOSTON – Having already held two oversight hearings to question Baker administration officials about the state’s vaccine rollout, the COVID-19 and Emergency Preparedness and Management Committee is now planning to hold an informational hearing about COVID-19 variants. The hearing will be held jointly with the Joint Committee on Public Health on Tuesday, April 13, at […]
BOSTON – From July 2020 through February 2021, eight pandemic-filled months, the Massachusetts Lottery sold $3.78 billion worth of its products and turned an estimated profit of $747.9 million — a 4.1 percent increase in sales and a 7.2 percent increase in profit over the same eight months leading up to the pandemic. Lottery Executive […]
BOSTON –  With the Internal Revenue Service moving the federal tax filing deadline back about a month, the Legislature plans to fold a matching extension for the state tax deadline into the unemployment insurance, paid leave and tax relief bill that’s expected to pass the Senate on Thursday. The U.S. Treasury and IRS announced Wednesday […]