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Patrick to end nearly 1,000 jobs

Cuts would hit all of government; reduction plan spares local aid

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By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / October 30, 2009

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Governor Deval Patrick intends to close a projected $600 million budget gap by eliminating nearly 1,000 state jobs, shaving millions from human service programs, reducing help for local school building projects, and possibly closing the State House library, the governor and his aides said yesterday. (Full article: 1105 words)

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