Mark Vitner, center, talks about the economy with Winthop President Dan Mahony, left, and State Sen. Greg Gregory.
Mark Vitner, center, talks about the economy with Winthop President Dan Mahony, left, and State Sen. Greg Gregory. Herald file photo
Mark Vitner, center, talks about the economy with Winthop President Dan Mahony, left, and State Sen. Greg Gregory. Herald file photo

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