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Massachusetts Official Urges State To Pull Funds From BofA Over Fees

Following yesterday's news that Bank of America is testing new checking account fees in Massachusetts, that state's Secretary of State has said it may be time to pull out the millions of government money currently stashed in the BofA coffers. "They are penalizing people for putting money in their bank which they can then utilize to invest in anyway they want," says Secretary of State William F.
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