Massachusetts governor budgets for free community college

Updated at 2:22 p.m.

MASSACHUSETTS GOV. Maura Healey is preparing to unveil her first state budget proposal Wednesday, a spending plan that could offer insight into some of the Democrat’s priorities during her first year as governor. Part of the proposed budget is funding to cover the cost of community college for some Massachusetts residents aged 25 years old and older who have not yet earned a college degree or industry credential. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey unveiled a proposed $55.5 billion state budget on Wednesday – a plan that increases spending by more than 4% over the current fiscal year and offers insight into the Democrat's priorities during her first year as the state's chief executive. One of those priorities is Healey's campaign promise…

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