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Sunday, February 22, 2015

charlie baker to mbta: drop dead

At least, that is one interpretation of the governor's vow to not raise taxes for mass transit. There is a conviction among elected officials, and many taxpayers, that the fiscal woes of just about anything can be solved by better management. As if properly managed, a handful of corn could feed a family of five.

My only hope is that some members of the business community, who can wield greater influence over the governor than the public, will be able to convince him of the necessity of investing more money in the transportation networks of greater Boston.

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