I would say no. It seems Google knows they are for the same page, if removing one using the removal tool removes both (almost as if Google treates them as the same url, despite toolbar pr differences--just taking one as canonical and devaluing the other to avoid duplicate appearances in the serps). This was not true of the 302 removals as the 302 urls were distinctly different from the canonical, therefore enabling you to remove the 302 without hurting the intended.
My 4 year old website has always had both versions listed, the www version always had the highest pagerank, and G devalued the other. That would be my logic, but I believe some have used 301s to redirect one to the other just in case. It just seems Google has likely advanced beyond penalizing for having a www version and non-www version in the serps.