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Senators will vote Thursday on a $4.3 billion economic development bill that would more than double the House-approved investment in human service provider rates and affordable housing construction, and take a different route to long-awaited tax reforms.

After Friday, Massachusetts residents will no longer be able to apply for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Housing advocates want lawmakers to tap into state government's roughly $2.3 billion in remaining federal American Rescue Plan Act funds or a developing tax revenue surplus to keep expanded emergency housing aid flowing.