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January 20, 2010 12:00 AM

Paper tax filing fee could hit poor, elderly hardest

Jack and Patricia Stanley have been filing their tax returns on paper since they were married 58 years ago. Now the state revenue department wants to make them pay to do that. "It's just another thing that they're shoving down your throat," said Jack Stanley, a 76-year-old retired salesman.

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