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After criminal conviction, Galluccio must quit Senate

December 23, 2009

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With his conviction for leaving the scene of an accident and sentence of house arrest, Anthony Galluccio can no longer successfully represent his Cambridge constituents. In addition, he has demonstrated a longstanding inability to control his drinking, leading to two drunken driving convictions and, possibly, his most recent conviction as well. Yesterday, he flunked his first court-ordered breathalyzer test. If he does not resign, the State Senate should remove him from office. (Full article: 444 words)

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