Thursday, December 22, 2016

MassBudget: Providing trusted information with YOUR help

As the year end approaches, I will share appeals from the different organizations that I help to spread the word on the work that they do. If you can consider contributing, that is a good thing!


MassBudget: Providing trusted information with YOUR help

State policies that give everyone the opportunity to succeed may be more important now than ever. 

With YOU and people across the state, MassBudget looks to the year ahead with resolve and commitment to continue providing trusted, non-partisan research that is a crucial resource as we work together to build a better future.

In our very own laboratory of democracy here in Massachusetts, we can show the way to good and decent policy solutions that build broadly shared prosperity. Our state led on universal free public education almost two hundred years ago, and on universal access to health care and marriage equality a decade ago. 

In the last few years, Massachusetts enacted a significant increase in the minimum wage and one of the most effective state laws on earned paid sick days in the country. People across the state got involved and worked together to get those things done - and make life better for all of us.

MassBudget is proud to provide the reliable, accurate information that can help everyone participate - and lead - effectively in our democracy. With YOUR support, that's what we will continue to do: on issues like raising wages for working people, policies that make it easier for parents to balance work and family, strategies for great public education in all of our communities, and systems that help lower income working parents to be able to care for their children and succeed in the workforce.

Please support us, so we can provide the research and analysis relied on by active citizens across our Commonwealth working for a better and brighter future for everyone.

With best wishes for the holiday season,
Noah Berger

P.S. Give today! It's fast and easy. 

Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center (MassBudget) produces policy research, analysis, and data-driven recommendations focused on improving the lives of low- and middle-income children and adults, strengthening our state's economy, and enhancing the quality of life in Massachusetts.

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