Administrator of The One Fund Boston says speed is critical in getting money to victims of Marathon bombings

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Getting financial assistance quickly to those families who lost loved ones and to the seriously injured from the Boston Marathon bombings is a key component of plans for the One Fund Boston, an official told those gathered at a town hall meeting on the compensation account Monday night. “If the governor and the mayor have made one thing clear to me, it’s get the money out the door,” said Kenneth R. Feinberg, the administrator, at the meeting at the Boston Public Library.

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