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State freezes aid on school construction

Funding limits spark outrage in cities, towns

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / January 22, 2006

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To rein in state spending on school buildings, Massachusetts will force cities and towns to use their own tax dollars to pay for dramatic increases in the cost of dozens of school construction projects across the Bay State, sparking outrage among mayors and city managers. (Full article: 1407 words)

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