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Economists divided over cutting taxes

In a rare preinaugural push, Barack Obama took to the Capitol yesterday to build support for his economic plan. In a rare preinaugural push, Barack Obama took to the Capitol yesterday to build support for his economic plan. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / January 6, 2009

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WASHINGTON - President-elect Barack Obama's decision to offer major tax cuts to businesses to help lift the economy out of recession is a significant departure from his campaign pledges that is dividing economists over how effective the cuts will be. (Full article: 982 words)

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