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Mass. Towns Seek Permission to Lead on Emission Cuts

Officials in a handful of Massachusetts communities think they've cooked up a worthwhile strategy for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and want the state's permission to try it out. "Let us be your test kitchen," Arlington Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine told lawmakers Tuesday. "Let Arlington, let Lexington, Brookline and Acton, others that are pursuing this -- let us put this effort forward. The people of Arlington want it to go forward."

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