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Massachusetts Atty. Gen. gives OK to 28 proposed ballot questions

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BOSTON (AP) — Attorney General Martha Coakley has given a constitutional OK to the majority of proposed ballot questions activists are hoping to put before voters next year, including a minimum wage hike and a cut in the state sales tax. Coakley said all but five of 33 proposed questions met the constitutional requirement. The 28 certified petitions cover 14 topics, with some activists...

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