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Coakley outlines plan for tax relief

Says middle class need such benefits

Tax relief is the latest issue dividing state Senator Scott Brown, Attorney General Martha Coakley, and Joseph L. Kennedy (left), the candidates for US Senate. Tax relief is the latest issue dividing state Senator Scott Brown, Attorney General Martha Coakley, and Joseph L. Kennedy (left), the candidates for US Senate.
By John Ellement
Globe Staff / December 30, 2009

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Democratic US Senate candidate Martha Coakley outlined a tax plan yesterday that she said would benefit the middle class and small businesses and not the wealthy, who she argues have been unfairly helped by Bush-era tax cuts. (Full article: 439 words)

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