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Joan Vennochi

Standing up for fairness on business tax reform

By Joan Vennochi
Globe Columnist / April 26, 2007

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HOUSE SPEAKER Salvatore DiMasi is at his best when he stands up for fairness. When Beacon Hill took up healthcare reform, DiMasi insisted business must share the cost of expanding coverage to the uninsured. He did it, he said, because it wasn't fair to force taxpayers to cover for employers who refused to cover medical costs for their employees. (Full article: 716 words)

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