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Menino branching out on sound bites

Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s comments on a variety of topics have raised suspicion that he is gearing up for another run. Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s comments on a variety of topics have raised suspicion that he is gearing up for another run. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe/File)
By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / December 11, 2011
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Mayor Thomas M. Menino grabbed headlines last week when he chastised the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association for adopting a rule that allowed a referee to slap a game-losing penalty on a Cathedral High quarterback. Some political observers took his comments - which extended far beyond the purview of City Hall - as the latest sign Boston’s longest-serving mayor is gearing up for another reelection campaign in 2013. An aide said Menino still hasn’t decided about his political future.

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