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Former governor William F. Weld left the office of House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi yesterday after a meeting on a proposal for sale of state assets.

Weld pitches sale of lottery, Pike

Seeks backing of state leaders

By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / June 13, 2007

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Former governor William F. Weld, a staunch supporter of privatization during his administration, has reemerged in the halls of the State House, now as a corporate lawyer trying to drum up support for the sale of lucrative state assets. (Full article: 884 words)

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