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Senator Kirk

Kennedy ally wins appointment and plunges in

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / September 25, 2009

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Kennedy confidant Paul G. Kirk Jr. was named yesterday as the state’s new interim senator, throwing himself immediately into the job by asking former staff members of Edward M. Kennedy to stay on, delivering his first speech in the role to a group of labor activists, and preparing to travel to Washington this morning to be sworn in. (Full article: 1294 words)

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