Debate in the Senate is expected to begin at 11 a.m. on Thursday, and 69 amendments have been filed.
BOSTON — A day before the Senate is scheduled to open its debate on a $1.5 billion education funding reform bill, the careful rollout by Democratic leaders began to unravel Wednesday after the Baker administration shared its town-by-town analysis of the bill’s impacts on school funding.
The breakdown provided to members of the press and lawmakers who had requested the information landed like a bombshell, sparking accusations that Gov. Charlie Baker’s office was being misleading at best, and at worst trying to undermine the bill.
The fact remained, however, that with less than a day until senators are scheduled to debate and vote on the most