Greater Boston; Sales Tax / Kevin McCrea / Center Stage
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- Greater Boston
- Sales Tax / Kevin McCrea / Center Stage
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HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
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Sales Tax Yesterday, the Massachusetts Senate approved a 25 % sales tax hike, raising the state’s sales tax from 5 % to 6.25 %. Senate leaders approved the tax hike by 29-10 saying it would generate $633 million in tax revenue. Guests: Geoffrey Beckwith, Executive Director, Mass. Municipal Association; Rep. Colleen Garry, (D) Dracut; Christine Elder, Principal, Blanchards Wine and Spirits
Kevin McCrea South End businessman Kevin McCrea is challenging Tom Menino in Boston’s mayoral race. But with a 73 percent approval rating, Menino will be a difficult candidate for McCrea, or any of the other challengers, to unseat. Guests: Kevin McCrea, Candidate for Mayor of Boston
Center Stage Jared Bowen and Terry Byrne discuss three new shows—Grey Gardens, Jerry Springer: The Opera and Romance. Guests: Jared Bowen, Greater Boston; Terry Byrne, Theater Critic
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