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Workers, key state industries could benefit from Obama's proposals, but some are wary

By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / November 6, 2008

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President-elect Barack Obama has pledged to invest in clean energy, defense, research, manufacturing, and other industries vital to Massachusetts. He has also backed proposals to help workers that some industry groups say could raise the cost of doing business, hurt corporate profits, and ultimately spur companies to reduce hiring. (Full article: 1746 words)

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