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IG says tax breaks granted as 'favors'

Urges revocation of $10.5m in credits

By Raphael Lewis
Globe Staff / January 25, 2004

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Massachusetts Inspector General Gregory Sullivan is calling on the Department of Revenue to revoke $10.5 million in "questionable" tax credits that he says the state "handed out as favors" to Bay State companies, including an asset management firm whose top executives include Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey's husband and other top Republicans. (Full Article: 1452 Words)

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