Massachusetts Public Health Association

Category: State Budget


Final FY19 Budget Strong in Public Health Protections

On Thursday, July 26th, Governor Baker signed the FY19 budget maintaining core funding for MPHA priority programs at the Conference Budget level. While Governor Baker did veto some earmarks within a few of these programs, those vetoes were overridden by the…

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Strong Support for MPHA Budget Priorities in FY19 Conference Bill

On Wednesday, July 18th, the House and Senate released their state budget compromise for FY19. The budget compromise, known as the Conference Budget, is overall very strong in public health investment. It includes increased funding for the Bureau of Environmental Health…

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Action Alert! Contact Your Senator Today for Health Equity in the Senate Budget

This week the Senate is deliberating on the fiscal year 2019 Senate Ways and Means budget proposal. Now is the time to act to make sure that essential public health funding is included in the FY19 budget. Please contact your Senator TODAY and…

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Action Alert! Contact Your Representative Today for Key Programs in the State Budget

This week the House is deliberating on the fiscal year 2019 House Ways and Means budget proposal. Now is the time to act to make sure that essential public health funding is included in the FY19 budget. Please contact your Representative…

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Modest Environmental Health Investments Welcomed in Otherwise Disappointing Public Health Budget Proposal

On Wednesday, January 24th, Governor Baker announced his $40.9 billion state budget proposal for fiscal year 2019. Governor Baker’s budget proposal includes a 2.6% increase over the current year’s budget.   While there are some modest public health investments proposed in the Governor’s budget, MPHA…

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