Democratic Senate President Stan Rosenberg says Gov. Charlie Baker's proposed state budget is short-sighted.
Rosenberg said Wednesday the state is facing a revenue problem, not a spending problem.
Rosenberg says Baker's budget spends all the tax dollars available but still leaves Baker's education goals unfulfilled, in part because tax cuts in past years have siphoned up to $4 billion in revenue.
The Massachusetts Democratic Party faults Baker's "bare bones vision for Massachusetts."
The Massachusetts Production Coalition says Baker's proposal to adjust the film tax credit would harm the industry.
Others praised Baker.
The Home for Little Wanderers, one of the nation's oldest child welfare agencies, applauds Baker's plan to fund pay increases for human service providers.
The state's top judges welcomed extra funding to expand the Housing Court.