Legislators are voting on whether or not to increase their own pay, but should they be?
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With veto-proof majorities in both branches backing the bill, the pay raises are all but assured to go through.
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Along with a $40.5 billion spending plan, Gov. Charlie Baker filed legislation shaking up state government’s organization chart.
The controversial bill would give the 200 members of the Massachusetts House and Senate a pay raise funded by you, the taxpayer.
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In one of the first major votes of the session, both the Massachusetts House and Senate approved a bill to increase their own salaries.
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The House plans to convene at 2 p.m., making it likely that the pay raise bill could land on Gov. Baker’s desk before the end of the day.
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The House has already voted in support of the proposal that could cost taxpayers an additional $18 million dollars if approved.
Massachusetts House voted on Wednesday to raise their own pay. 22News broke down exactly how each of your state representative voted.
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In a controversial move, the Massachusetts House voted to raise their own pay, but it’s not a done deal.
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