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Mass. voters are split over a November ballot question that would slash the state sales tax, a new Globe poll indicates, with a plurality of those surveyed saying they favor the proposal. (By Alan Wirzbicki, Globe Staff)
Seeking to trim the cost of a college degree at a time when many families are struggling with tuition, the University of Massachusetts Amherst this fall plans to introduce a program to make it easier for students to graduate in three years. (By Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)
Israel allowed a politically charged freeze on Jewish settlement building in the West Bank to expire yesterday, but the Palestinians did not carry out a threat to quit peace negotiations, setting the stage for further frantic efforts to keep the talks alive. (By Ethan Bronner and Mark Landler, New York Times)
The state’s Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation received more than 54,000 complaints last year, and the number is on track to break that record this year. Since 2007, calls to the state’s consumer hot line have more than doubled. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)
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