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$9.2B spending plan includes Medicaid figures

By January 20, 2017December 21st, 2017Uncategorized

MEDICAID BUDGET UNDER THE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES SECTOR IS 42.1% OF BUDGET

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Gov. Gina Raimondo counts on Rhode Islanders paying sales tax when they shop online to finance a series of big initiatives, including tuition-free years at state colleges, in a $9.25-billion state budget proposed Thursday. The tax and spending plan for the fiscal year starting July 1 would raise total expenditures by $309 million, or 3.5 percent, over the budget passed by lawmakers for this year. Online giant Amazon has told state officials it will begin collecting

Source: $9.2B spending plan includes revenue from new Internet sales taxes

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