The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
Romney's four-year term was marked by his shifts to the right on social issues, including embryonic stem-cell research. When Romney attacked a bill backed by the Senate president, Robert E. Travaglini, that promoted such research, Travaglini, who rarely criticized Romney publicly, charged that the governor was 'clearly concerned with the national agenda.'
Romney's four-year term was marked by his shifts to the right on social issues, including embryonic stem-cell research. When Romney attacked a bill backed by the Senate president, Robert E. Travaglini, that promoted such research, Travaglini, who rarely criticized Romney publicly, charged that the governor was "clearly concerned with the national agenda."
(Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)