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Patrick aide accused of meddling in labor cases

Unions backed his campaign

Suzanne M. Bump denied that she was trying to influence the Labor Relations Commission. Suzanne M. Bump denied that she was trying to influence the Labor Relations Commission.
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / March 28, 2007

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Two commissioners on the state's quasi judicial labor relations board are accusing Governor Deval Patrick's chief labor aide of interfering with the agency on cases involving two unions that endorsed Patrick and donated heavily to his gubernatorial campaign. (Full article: 1069 words)

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