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Michigan luring Bay State business

Incentives, breaks on tax raise ante

Governor Deval Patrick shook hands with former MASCOMA company president Colin Smith after he signed the Clean Energy Biofuels Act last year at the company’s former Boston headquarters. Governor Deval Patrick shook hands with former MASCOMA company president Colin Smith after he signed the Clean Energy Biofuels Act last year at the company’s former Boston headquarters. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff/ File 2008)
By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / November 9, 2009

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Two years ago, Michigan Governor Jennifer M. Granholm visited alternative fuel maker Mascoma in Boston with one goal: to persuade the company to build a factory in her job-hungry state. (Full article: 1363 words)

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