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Mass. reports January tax revenue gains

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BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts is reporting that January tax collections were up more than 12 percent. Revenue Commissioner Amy Pitter said Tuesday that preliminary revenue collections were up $249 million over the same month a year ago. They also beat the state's revised monthly benchmark by $173 million. Pitter said the January numbers should be viewed with caution because they reflected...

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