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New political players shift transit debate

A NEW VOICE IN THE DEBATE 'The days [are over] of saying that no, we can't have tolls, we can't have gas tax, we can’t have either.' - Speaker of the House Robert A. DeLeo A NEW VOICE IN THE DEBATE "The days [are over] of saying that no, we can't have tolls, we can't have gas tax, we can’t have either." - Speaker of the House Robert A. DeLeo
By Noah Bierman
February 1, 2009

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Anyone who has been trying to follow the debate on the state's ailing system of roads, subways, buses, and trains knows it's featured a hodgepodge of opinions. Tolls, taxes, and bureaucratic changes each factor into various plans to rescue the system, which has come close to insolvency because of lingering Big Dig debt. (Full article: 1171 words)

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