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Far more was paid to friends of DiMasi

State review says $1.8m unreported Finds secret funds were lobbying fees

By Andrea Estes and Stephen Kurkjian
Globe Correspondent / October 10, 2008

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Three of House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi's closest friends and business associates received more than $1.8 million in previously undisclosed payments from a computer software company and its sales agent, according to the state inspector general, in a secretive lobbying effort that coincided with the award of multimillion-dollar contracts from the state. (Full article: 1348 words)

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