Here's where your money went. Can't ignore all non-war news today -- especially when Boston Globe columnist Steve Bailey is reporting that one-third of the state's 50 largest publicly traded companies paid the $456 minimum state tax for 2000, a year when money was still growing on trees. Read it and be angry.
Bailey notes that Governor Mitt Romney has shown some willingness to close corporate tax loopholes. Well, here's one big enough to serve as a fourth harbor tunnel.