Today (Jan. 8) the State Appropriations Committee received Gov. Janet Mills new budget proposal.
According to WGME, the proposal looks to not exceed available resources and taxes will not be raised, in part because of federal pandemic relief funds.
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Gov. Mills' budget proposal aims to strengthen COVID-19 response, does not raise taxes: https://t.co/nel6jvkE4P pic.twitter.com/02aQSFQ6a5
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) January 8, 2021
Janet Mills releases $8.4B budget holding spending mostly flat through mid-2023 https://t.co/11iiLiYYYl #mepolitics
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) January 8, 2021
Janet Mills Unveils $8.4 Billion Two-Year Budget With Few Spending Increases, No Tax Hike https://t.co/dBhRchLjXG #mepolitics pic.twitter.com/yN20V66IW8
— Maine Public (@MainePublic) January 8, 2021