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More than two dozen business leaders and technology company executives turned out for a Republican-sponsored forum on the state's new technology tax. Lawmakers asked for the businesses support for various efforts to repeal the tax, which took effect July 31.
State Rep. Matt Beaton (R-Shrewsbury), points out some of the vague language included in Department of Revenue guidance on the state's newly enacted technology tax, which business owners say is confusing and potentially damaging to the state's economy.
Vic Melfa, owner and president of The Training Associates Inc. in Westborough, vents his frustration over the state's new technology tax as Republican lawmakers Matt Beaton of Shrewsbury and George Peterson Jr. of Grafton listen.

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