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A civil debate for rivals

Gubernatorial hopefuls talk taxes, economy

Christopher Gabrieli, Christy Mihos, Deval L. Patrick, and Thomas F. Reilly (from left) met last night in a gubernatorial debate at the Kennedy School.
Christopher Gabrieli, Christy Mihos, Deval L. Patrick, and Thomas F. Reilly (from left) met last night in a gubernatorial debate at the Kennedy School. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee
By Frank Phillips and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / May 19, 2006

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Four candidates for governor -- three Democrats and an independent -- aired their differences last night on an array of issues ranging from economic growth, job creation, taxes, and education in the first live televised debate in this year's campaign. (Full article: 1423 words)

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