Gov. Charlie Baker is weighing whether to sign a $740 million economic development bill that passed the Legislature late Sunday night.
The measure includes funding for infrastructure projects, technical education and cleaning up brown fields, as well as a new tax deduction intended encourage more families to save for college.
What's not in it? There's no change to the employee non-compete agreements that can sometimes prevent workers from leaving one company to work for another in the same industry, or a provision that would have extended the state's hotel tax to cover short-term rentals such as Airbnb.
We'll talk about the measure and state's economy overall.
This segment aired on August 2, 2016.