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Herter, Leader of Majority In Massachusetts House, to Defend Sales Tax Proposal

Miller, Also a Representative, Takes Opposition in P.B.H. Debate


Christian A. Herter '15, majority floor leader of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and Charles Miller, representative from Boston, will debate on the sales tax in Phillips Brooks House tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock.

Herter is a member of the Legislative Special Committee to Investigate Taxation which has just finished its report on the tax situation. The report advocates a 2 percent sales tax on all transactions to relieve taxation of real estate and to provide more revenue for the increased cost of Massachusetts government. Herter will support the findings of the Committee.

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