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Bill proposes gas tax cut to save 21 cents a gallon

But summer fix is not backed by all

By Russell Nichols
Globe Staff / May 11, 2006

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Motorists in Massachusetts would save 21 cents a gallon for gasoline this summer under a bill filed yesterday by House minority leader Bradley H. Jones Jr. that would eliminate the state gas tax for three months. (Full article: 594 words)

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