" BOSTON (CBS) — It was hard to tell from Thursday’s mayoral breakfast because both candidates have a habit of changing the subject from the tax and red-tape issues that preoccupy the private sector onto more populist turf.
Politically predictable perhaps, but it left the breakfast crowd at the Chamber event hungry for more detail.
When the candidates met with chamber members this morning, the crowd was eager to hear more from the next mayor on how he plans to improve the city’s business climate.
“I start at a very simple place – jobs,” Connolly said.
But Connolly prefers to talk jobs in the context of education and income inequality, important issues that bypass subjects atop the business agenda like tax rates and regulatory reform "
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