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    A House committee voted unanimously on Thursday to advance a bill that would extend the life on a program legislators say has helped the state lighten its pension debt. House Republican leaders touted a bill they’ve introduced to repeal the controversial SAFE-T Act, which they blamed for exacerbating crime since it was passed one year ago. And state officials touted more than $100 million in federally backed small business grants distributed since last fall. 

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