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Patrick ad slams Baker record at insurer; rival hits taxes

“It gives small businesses and working families some breathing room.” — Deval Patrick, on capping increases in some health insurance premiums. “It gives small businesses and working families some breathing room.” — Deval Patrick, on capping increases in some health insurance premiums. (Josh Reynolds/ Associated Press)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / October 7, 2010

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Two familiar bogeymen of the governor’s race — health insurance premiums and taxes — reared their heads again yesterday, as Governor Deval Patrick launched a new television ad attacking his Republican rival, Charles D. Baker, for raising premiums at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and as Baker accused Patrick of plotting new tax increases in a second term. (Full article: 818 words)

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