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Thursday on Buckmaster: Bill talked with Ann-Eve Pedersen, head of the group backing the effort to renew the one-cent sales tax dedicated to education when it expires in 2013. Then, Bill talked with Nohemy Hite, founder and president of the Erik Hite Foundation. Plus, legislative hopeful Mohur Sidhwa, an LD9 Democrat, and attorney Don Loose, the Buckmaster Show contributor on legal affairs.
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