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Derrick Z. Jackson

A contest of hope vs. tax cuts

By Derrick Z. Jackson
September 20, 2006

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IT WILL BE a race between an immovable mantra and a tangible force. Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey is saying to read her lips, no new taxes. Deval Patrick will try to convince voters he can be trusted how to spend taxes. Running for the incumbent Republican Party that has held the governor's office in Massachusetts for 16 years, Healey most ... (Full article: 534 words)

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