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Commuter rail plan is met with protests

North Eastoners express worries

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / February 24, 2007

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EASTON -- Protesters greeted Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray and Transportation Secretary Bernard Cohen yesterday morning at the start of a daylong tour to talk to local officials about extending commuter rail service to Fall River and New Bedford. (Full article: 234 words)

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