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Healey's husband returns tax break

Issue clouded possible '06 run

With Kerry Healey preparing a run for governor, a tax break for her husband, Sean, had become a focus.
With Kerry Healey preparing a run for governor, a tax break for her husband, Sean, had become a focus. (Globe File) Globe File
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / October 29, 2005

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The asset management firm headed by Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey's husband is returning $1.2 million in economic development tax credits it received from the state for locating in Beverly's Prides Crossing section, one of the state's wealthiest neighborhoods. (Full article: 1025 words)

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