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Forum to explore state revenue proposals

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The Brookline Democratic Town Committee is hosting a forum on state revenue proposals next week in the Devotion School library. State Representative Jay Kaufman, a Democrat from Lexington who cochairs the Legislature’s Joint Committee on Revenue, and Noah Berger, president of the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center, will be the featured speakers at the forum, set for April 3 at 7:30 p.m. The event will cover health care, environmental, transportation, education public housing, and transportation needs in the state, and proposals to raise revenue to pay for them. For more information, contact the town committee’s chairwoman, Cindy Rowe, at 617-277-6282.

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