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Romney calls for tax cuts on savings

Those earning less than $200,000 are targeted

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney greeted Michael Maccini during a campaign stop at Lahout's Country Clothing and Skip Shop in Littleton, N.H., yesterday Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney greeted Michael Maccini during a campaign stop at Lahout's Country Clothing and Skip Shop in Littleton, N.H., yesterday (Jim Cole/Associated Press)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / September 8, 2007

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NORTH CONWAY, N.H. - Mitt Romney rolled out one of the most detailed tax cut plans yet among the major presidential candidates yesterday, proposing to eliminate taxes on income from interest, dividends, and capital gains for the vast majority of Americans. (Full article: 1079 words)

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