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meal-tax2.jpgThe Massachusetts Restaurant and Business Alliance is calling for looser regulations including a meal tax holiday. The organization cites a poll that says 47% of the state's residents have fewer meals in restaurants than they did last year. The group believes a break from the meal tax would help boost earnings of restaurant workers and offset some of the losses from layoffs. [MassLive]

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