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Sparks fly at lieutenant governor debate

Hopefuls spar over taxes, MCAS, care

Candidates for lieutenant governor Reed Hillman, Republican (left); Timothy Murray, Democrat; John Sullivan, independent; and Martina Robinson of the Green-Rainbow Party before their debate yesterday.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / October 18, 2006

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NEWTON -- Barely minutes into yesterday's lieutenant gubernatorial debate, Democrat Timothy P. Murray put on an exasperated look, turned to the man sitting on the stool to his right, and said, ``Please, Reed, no more pledges from you and Kerry Healey. Because every time you make a pledge it costs the taxpayers millions of dollars." (Full article: 659 words)

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