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Romney rethinking new powers for tax aide

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / March 2, 2005

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Governor Mitt Romney backed away yesterday from his proposal to give the state's top revenue official new discretion to pursue corporations that lower their tax bills by transferring profits outside Massachusetts, as national antitax groups chastised the governor for his broader, three-year quest to close what he calls tax loopholes benefiting corporations. (Full article: 1217 words)

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