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Passionate sense of right and wrong drives Capuano

By Michael Rezendes
Globe Staff / November 16, 2009

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And then there was the time he threatened to kill a dog. On a Sunday morning in the spring of 1993, Michael E. Capuano, then the mayor of Somerville, was tossing fly balls to his 9-year-old son in a Tufts University field while a trio of unleashed dogs - two rottweilers and a golden retriever - romped nearby. (Full article: 2504 words)

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