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Joyce, Burr argue tax cuts in battle for state Senate seat

There are 2 comments on the www.patriotledger.com story from Oct 20, 2010, titled Joyce, Burr argue tax cuts in battle for state Senate seat. In it, www.patriotledger.com reports that:

As the campaign for the Norfolk-Bristol-Plymouth state Senate seat enters the final stretch, the economy and taxes remain key issues for incumbent Brian A. Joyce and challenger Robert Burr.

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#2 Oct 24, 2010
Tax cuts? Senator "Multiple Choice" Joyce voted to increase the sales tax 25%. All of the fees and taxes in this state have gone up---and I haven't seen him stop them. I don't know Burr, but he's getting my vote!
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#3 Oct 24, 2010
Joyce is the the definition of a politician, do what ever it takes, tell the people what ever they want to hear. Be on the housing comm. and represent 40B developers, he must go. He has made his life carear being an ELECTED offical, times up, get a job in the dreaded private sector.

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