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Clinton eyes boost to 401(k) savings

Senator Hillary Clinton of New York spoke at a town hall meeting yesterday in Webster City, Iowa. Senator Hillary Clinton of New York spoke at a town hall meeting yesterday in Webster City, Iowa. (Charlie Neibergall/associated press)
By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / October 10, 2007

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WEBSTER CITY, Iowa - Expanding on her appeal for middle class support, Hillary Clinton yesterday unveiled her second-costliest proposal of the campaign so far, one that aims to boost Americans' retirement savings with up to $1,000 from the federal government a year. (Full article: 518 words)

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