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Political momentum builds for state sales tax increase

Patrick does not rule out option

Yawu Miller (left) of ONE Massachusetts introduced one of the speakers yesterday at a State House demonstration, where a coalition of groups urged the Legislature to find new revenue sources. Yawu Miller (left) of ONE Massachusetts introduced one of the speakers yesterday at a State House demonstration, where a coalition of groups urged the Legislature to find new revenue sources. (George Rizer/Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / April 23, 2009

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Governor Deval Patrick expressed deep reservations yesterday, but would not rule out signing onto a proposed sales tax increase that will be debated in the House next week. (Full article: 888 words)

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