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Menino to review city fire agency

159 members got substance treatment; Mandatory, random tests urged

By Donovan Slack and Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / October 5, 2007

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino launched a fresh review of the Boston Fire Department yesterday amid mounting evidence of substance abuse within its ranks, including a revelation that 159 firefighters, about 10 percent of the current force, were referred to treatment programs in the last three years. (Full article: 1389 words)

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