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Early Patrick supporter gets plum job

State senator named to $175,000 position

State Senator Marian Walsh was appointed as an assistant director at a state bonding authority, a position that had sat vacant for more than a dozen years. State Senator Marian Walsh was appointed as an assistant director at a state bonding authority, a position that had sat vacant for more than a dozen years.
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / March 13, 2009

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Governor Deval Patrick, who campaigned on a platform to fight business as usual on Beacon Hill, has given one of his earliest political supporters a $175,000-a-year job as an assistant director at a state bonding authority, a position that had sat vacant for more than a dozen years. (Full article: 922 words)

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