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Patrick may overturn Romney picks

Says he will review a number of recent appointments

Deval Patrick was introduced at Worcester's Union Station by running mate Tomothy P. Murray as Diane Patrick applauded. Deval Patrick was introduced at Worcester's Union Station by running mate Tomothy P. Murray as Diane Patrick applauded. (STEVE LANAVA FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / January 4, 2007

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WORCESTER -- Governor-elect Deval Patrick said last night that he would strongly consider overturning some of the 200 of the lame-duck appointments handed out by Governor Mitt Romney, who will relinquish his power today at noon when Patrick is inaugurated. (Full article: 819 words)

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