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For lieutenant governor

September 11, 2006

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GOVERNOR ROMNEY'S dismissive treatment of local officials and their budget concerns in 2003 still frustrates Tim Murray , the mayor of Worcester. More than feelings got hurt. Sharp increases in residential property taxes followed the cuts in state aid to cities and towns. Now Murray, a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, hopes to become the next governor's liaison to local ... (Full article: 432 words)

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