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State layoffs imminent, lieutenant governor says

Flanked by local mayors, Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray (at microphone) addressed the media after meeting with the elected officials at the State House yesterday on Beacon Hill. Flanked by local mayors, Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray (at microphone) addressed the media after meeting with the elected officials at the State House yesterday on Beacon Hill. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / October 11, 2008

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Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray warned yesterday that layoffs to the state's workforce will be announced next week. Although the administration previously had said there would be impacts to state employees, it was the strongest indication that people would lose their jobs as a result of a decline in state revenues. (Full article: 844 words)

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