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Not all are on board

Some towns balk at state's plan to extend Stoughton rail line

By John Laidler
Globe Correspondent / May 14, 2006

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A plan to extend the Stoughton commuter rail line to Fall River and New Bedford is showing new signs of life, rekindling debate among supporters and foes about the merits of the project. (Full article: 1179 words)

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