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Week in Review — Romney's Taxes, Three Strikes and NStar
Mitt RomneyWhile the furor surrounding his tenure at Bain has lost momentum, Mitt Romney's refusal to release his tax returns has everyone wondering how bad can they really be? At the same, a new CBS/New York Times poll is the first to put Romney ahead of President Obama. Locally, the Three Strikes Bill passed in both the House and Senate and now awaits Gov. Patrick's signature. And why does it cost so much for prisoners to make phone calls? Plus, our ever-popular Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down takes on NStar's "integrated vegetation management program," a new Bob Dylan album and more.

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  Adrian Walker, Metro columnist for The Boston Globe
  Peter Gelzinis, Boston Herald columnist
  Andrea Cabral, Suffolk County Sheriff

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