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Park rangers Steven Crombie (left) and Sean Dowd at the Bowdoin Street security checkpoint at the State House. Fifty rangers are assigned to the State House and five to 400,000 acres of parkland.

Rangers flood State House instead of state parks

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / May 29, 2007

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With the unofficial launch of the summer season this past weekend, the state has only five park rangers assigned to the 400,000 acres of parkland outside Greater Boston, but 50 assigned to patrol the State House -- a distribution level protected by the Legislature. (Full article: 1301 words)

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