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Chafee defends plan to Chamber

April 27, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Just two weeks after businesspeople from across the state flocked to the Statehouse to fight Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s sales tax plan, Chafee marched into his opponents’ camp, a Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce breakfast, to defend his proposal.
“There is no doubt that taxes are harmful, there’s no argument about that,” Chafee said in response to a question from Call Publisher Barry Mechanic. “It’s a cost we don’t want to pay.”

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