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Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly greets supporters yesterday before a candidate’s forum yesterday in Boston.

Gubernatorial forum reveals a split on taxes and differing styles

Patrick backs local power to levy; Reilly rules it out

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / January 15, 2006

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Former Assistant US Attorney General Deval L. Patrick said yesterday he would support giving Massachusetts cities and towns the right to raise local meals taxes, while his rival for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly, flatly ruled out any such increase. (Full article: 511 words)

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