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Greg Torres

Budgeting through a recession

By Greg Torres
April 9, 2008

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THE CASINO gambling debate has dominated discussion on Beacon Hill, while the state's real house of cards - its budget - stands vulnerable to the winds of recession. Revenue growth, one-time expenditures and the rainy-day reserve fund have papered over the budget's structural imbalance for years. These sources and stop-gap measures will prove inadequate in the face of dramatically falling ... (Full article: 720 words)

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