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Healey rapped on senior tax issue

Remarks called 'out of touch'

By Scott S. Greenberger and Janette Neuwahl
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / March 22, 2005

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The Romney administration distanced itself yesterday from Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey's assertion that many senior citizens are living in suburban houses that are too large and expensive for them and that they should move into city and town centers to avoid rising property taxes. (Full article: 850 words)

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