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1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Free T rides
I don't live in Boston so I cannot vote in the mayoral election, however, the outcome could affect my wallet. Paying people to ride on the MBTA or even riding on it for free is not a good plan. Where would the money come from? Three guesses and the first two don't count, taxpayers is my guess. We have enough politicians who want to give free stuff away using someone else's money to go around. We don't need another one as the mayor of Boston! Hold on to your wallet.
- Paul Quaglia, Billerica
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