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In Election, Price of Milk Could Pave Way to Victory

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In Election, Price of Milk Could Pave Way to Victory

In Election, Price of Milk Could Pave Way to Victory

In Election, Price of Milk Could Pave Way to Victory

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In Massachusetts, gubernatorial candidates have been studying up on a critical debate issue: the price of milk. That's a question that has stumped politicians before.

Getting it wrong — or simply not knowing the answer — can threaten the image that a politician is in touch with the people.

During a debate Thursday, the candidates all answered the question well, and with specifics. Robert Siegel and Michele Norris explain.

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