Boston - A surprise move by the Democratically controlled Massachusetts House of Representatives could provide more than $200 million in tax cuts and water and sewer rate relief during fiscal 1995.

On Monday night, the House approved about $220 million of the $240 million in tax cuts recommended by Republican Gov. William F. Weld earlier this year. It was expected that the legislature would reject the governor's tax cuts.

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