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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Debbie Perkins
Residents of 18 communities in central and western Massachusetts woke to widespread damage Thursday, a day after at least two late-afternoon tornadoes shocked emergency officials with their suddenness and violence and caused the state's first tornado-related deaths in 16 years.
"The kids, they were all screaming and crying," Perkins said.