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Patrick defends embattled Aloisi

Says recent controversies are 'trivial'

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / March 20, 2009

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Governor Deval Patrick strongly defended Secretary of Transportation James A. Aloisi Jr. yesterday, despite Aloisi's record lately of generating negative news, and dismissed as "trivial" the recent public outcry over various Beacon Hill controversies - including Patrick's appointment last week of a state senator to a $175,000-a-year state job. (Full article: 539 words)

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