Lawmakers on Beacon Hill hold their first public meeting Tuesday about Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's budget plan — there's one particular point of contention.

Treasurer Deb Goldberg plans to testify Tuesday. Her office oversees the lottery and she says Baker has not budgeted enough money for the lottery to put out new games. And that, she says, will mean less revenue — money that would have gone to cities and towns. Baker says he’s not concerned.

"We have a very strong working relationship with the treasurer and we'll continue to support efforts to increase local aid as we proved in our budget submission," Baker said.

Baker points out that elsewhere in his budget, he earmarked a 3.6 percent increase in unrestricted aid to cities and towns.