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The barbs fly on Big Dig, taxes

Schools, immigration in mix in first debate of general election

By Frank Phillips and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / September 26, 2006

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The four candidates for governor sparred yesterday over the Romney administration's handling of the Big Dig, forcing Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey to defend the administration's role in the project. They also drew sharp lines on issues of immigration, education, and taxes. (Full article: 855 words)

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