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Votes mount for ouster of Turner

Council takes up issue tomorrow

Councilor Chuck Turner says he thinks there are enough votes on the council to expel him, but he maintains his innocence. Councilor Chuck Turner says he thinks there are enough votes on the council to expel him, but he maintains his innocence. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff/ File)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / November 30, 2010

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Votes are stacking up against Boston city councilor Chuck Turner, making it likely he will be ousted tomorrow when his colleagues decide whether his conviction for accepting a $1,000 bribe makes him unfit for office. (Full article: 941 words)

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