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Romney finds 'no new taxes' promise suits him after all

Mitt Romney, whose spokesman said yesterday that his antitax pledge 'sends a very clear message' to the nation, spoke on Commercial Street. Mitt Romney, whose spokesman said yesterday that his antitax pledge "sends a very clear message" to the nation, spoke on Commercial Street. (MARK WILSON/GLOBE STAFF)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / January 5, 2007

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Almost five years after he refused to sign a "no new taxes" pledge during his campaign for governor, Mitt Romney announced yesterday that he had done just that, as his campaign for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination began in earnest. (Full article: 1036 words)

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