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Amorello is facing probe on sick leave

Policy changes reportedly at issue

Amorello made the changes before quitting. Amorello made the changes before quitting.
By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / February 1, 2007

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The state Ethics Commission has launched an investigation into whether former Massachusetts Turnpike Authority chairman Matthew J. Amorello violated conflict-of-interest laws when he unilaterally boosted the agency's sick leave policy in July, leading to a padded payday for himself and other departing employees, according to three sources familiar with the probe. (Full article: 879 words)

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