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Turnpike chief resisting pressure to step down

Matthew J. Amorello reacted to a question during a press conference in which he said he would not resign as turnpike chairman.
By Scott Helman and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / July 14, 2006

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The Legislature overwhelmingly passed a bill last night to strip Turnpike Authority chairman Matthew J. Amorello of much of his oversight over the Big Dig and give Governor Mitt Romney the power to decide when to reopen a tunnel where a 38-year-old woman was killed in a ceiling collapse this week. (Full article: 1213 words)

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