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Hospitals not paying fair share, group says

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / January 21, 2009

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Boston's major hospitals could and should play a significant role in easing the city's budget crisis, according to a new report by an advocacy group finding that the institutions pay only a fraction of the cost of providing police, fire, and other services to the $2.4 billion in property the tax-exempt charities own. (Full article: 719 words)

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