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Some Dems Have Harsh Words For Tax Relief Law

When it comes to the 1986 tax relief voter law that paralyzed the House and Senate during critical hours last weekend, is holding back significant economic development spending around the state and could return nearly $3 billion in excess state tax revenue back to taxpayers, Democrats on Beacon Hill have their knives -- or sledgehammers -- out.

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