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Bay State reacts with cheers, anger

Charles D. Baker Jr. condemned the bill, saying it would increase the deficit and result in higher taxes or cuts in federal aid . Charles D. Baker Jr. condemned the bill, saying it would increase the deficit and result in higher taxes or cuts in federal aid .
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / March 22, 2010

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The passage of sweeping health care legislation in the House yesterday provoked powerful reactions in Massachusetts, with Democrats and Republicans split along party lines, like their counterparts in Washington, and activists, businesses, and unions sharply divided over what the changes will mean for residents and employers. (Full article: 1030 words)

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