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The $52.7 billion spending bill will address immediate needs in the Commonwealth and focuses on sustainable long-term investments to help our economy continue its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The legislation also makes major investments in areas like workforce development, food insecurity and early education and care. This year the Malden delegation secured a record amount of $835,000 for Malden-based nonprofit organizations, local programs and initiatives and the City of Malden. Additionally, Representative Ultrino’s offi ce was proud to be House sponsor of the amendment allocating $1,000,000 to establishing the New American Voters Grant program, which was included in the fi nal budget and supported by the Malden delegation. The program will allow municipalities and community-based nonprofi t organizations across the Commonwealth to expand language access services and assist voter outreach. As a result of the hard work and eff orts of advocates, community organizations and MalS LANDSCAPE & MASONRY CO. 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I am proud to have worked with my Malden colleagues to secure these funds…” “The passing of the 2023 budget comes at a critical time for the Commonwealth,” said Representative Donato. “The bill will provide support for a variety of initiatives such as green energy, public safety, infrastructure development and much more in Malden and the rest of the commonwealth. I look forward to seeing the results of this excellent legislation.” “I am proud to support a FY23 budget that makes signifi cant investments in state programs and resources to support our communities and that includes critical policies – like banning child marriage and extending the free school meals program for the 2022-23 school year – to strengthen the Commonwealth,” said Representative Lipper-Garabedian. “I’m thrilled that the fi nal budget includes $835,000 for the City of Malden and local nonprofi ts, local initiatives I was glad to champion with the full Malden delegation.” “I’m excited that this budget will help continue the Commonwealth’s recovery from the pandemic, with substantial investments in education, local aid, aff ordable housing, healthcare, and many other critical areas,” said Senator Lewis. “I’m especially pleased that our state delegation was able to work closeBUDGET | SEE PAGE 5 Prices subject to change Ask about our Heating Oil Conditioner! FLEET

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