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Attorney General Martha Coakley said the settlement was the most authorities could have hoped to get from Turner Broadcasting. Joining her at a press conference yesterday were mayors Thomas Menino (left) and Kenneth Reeves, T general manager Daniel Grabauskas, and State Police Major Scott Pare.

$2m settlement over scare

In accord, Turner backs local response

By Raja Mishra and Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / February 6, 2007

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Turner Broadcasting System agreed yesterday to pay local governments and agencies $2 million as compensation for the guerrilla marketing epsiode that caused confusion throughout the Boston region last week. (Full article: 931 words)

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