BOSTON (AP) — Lawmakers drafting a Massachusetts state budget are about to take another step forward.

The Senate Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday is expected to release its version of a spending plan for the fiscal year starting July 1.

The House approved its $30.5 billion budget last month. It calls for no new taxes but dips further into the state's reserve fund.

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