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Patrick campaigns for new income sources for towns

Backs hotel tax as localities struggle

By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / May 10, 2007

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Speaking in a community so cash-strapped that officials are considering charging $270 a year for students to take the school bus, Governor Deval Patrick began a statewide campaign to gather support for a series of proposals aimed at giving towns new sources of income and reducing property taxes. (Full article: 425 words)

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