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Mass. Budget And Policy Center President Talks Baker's Proposed Cuts To Fix Budget Shortfall04:17
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Gov. Charlie Baker laid out his plan Tuesday to close the state's $768 million budget deficit.

The proposal includes spending cuts to the tune of $514 million and relies on $254 million in new revenue.

Noah Berger, president of the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center, joined WBUR's Morning Edition to discuss Baker's proposals. Listen to the full interview above.

This segment aired on February 4, 2015.

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