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State facing years of fiscal woes, analysts say

Key initiatives may be at risk

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By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / May 6, 2009

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It took less than a year for the national recession to wreak havoc on state government, but the aftershocks on state budgets will reverberate far longer, making it likely that Massachusetts will be grappling with deep budget cuts and debates about tax increases for years to come, state officials and economists said yesterday. (Full article: 992 words)

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