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Romney keeps tight rein on Health Dept.

Specialists assert politics playing role in key decisions

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / September 10, 2006

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Four times during the past nine months, Governor Mitt Romney and his aides have reversed decisions by his public health commissioner or heavily influenced the adoption of policies consistent with the governor's conservative social views. (Full article: 1542 words)

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