House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo’s $32.4 billion budget as approved on the House floor early Thursday morning would boost funding by $1.8 billion over the enacted 2012 budget and $1.3 billion over what was actually spent this year, after supplemental budgets were added. Inherent in that plan are increases for certain state services, with cuts to others. Here are a few of the highlights:
■Local Aid/education would increase by $164 million.
■Housing programs, including homeless family assistance, would increase by $33 million.
■Services for the developmentally disabled would increase by $31.5 million.
■Private counsel compensation would be cut by $21.6 million.
■District Court budget would be cut by $4.6 million.
— Cynthia Needham