The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday night that would authorize up to $269 million in general obligation bonds to finance land acquisitions for housing and improvements to existing housing.

By a voice vote, the House passed a bill that would authorize bonding to purchase land for new housing and to refurbish some of the 50,000 low- and moderate-income housing units owned by the state.

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