State Arts Funding

victory-image.pngOn July 30, the Massachusetts Senate voted to override Governor Charlie Baker’s veto to the Mass Cultural Council budget, increasing state investment in arts and culture by $2 million.

This unanimous vote in the Senate and the earlier 141-8 vote in the House shows solid bipartisan support and makes a strong statement that arts and culture are public goods worthy of state investment.

This vote officially brings the Mass Cultural Council FY19 budget to $16 million, the first increase in three years.

Thank your legislators for standing up for the creative community.











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