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Mass. delegation in Pelosi's corner

Representatives Edward Markey (left) and Barney Frank, both of Massachusetts, have new clout under Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Representatives Edward Markey (left) and Barney Frank, both of Massachusetts, have new clout under Speaker Nancy Pelosi. (FILE/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / January 30, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Massachusetts' 10 House members have emerged as key tacticians and advisers to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a factor that has led to a boost in clout for the state's delegation but also some grumbling from senior committee chairmen and rank-and-file members from other states. (Full article: 1082 words)

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