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Rivals may turn over tax returns

Brown and Warren consider request

By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / April 18, 2012
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US Senator Scott Brown and his likely Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren, are both considering at least partially fulfilling The Boston Globe’s request to release six years of their tax returns, the campaigns said Tuesday. Warren’s campaign said that she would release only two years of her personal tax returns on the condition that Brown does the same. The Brown campaign responded that it may go further, releasing this year’s return plus the previous five years, but had not yet committed as of Tuesday night.

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