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US attorney denies Reilly killed deal

A ruler measured the apparent separation of one of the bolts from the roof in the eastbound Ted Williams Tunnel.
A ruler measured the apparent separation of one of the bolts from the roof in the eastbound Ted Williams Tunnel. (State of Massachusetts Governor's Office Via Associated Press) State of Massachusetts Governor's Office Via Associated Press
By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / July 21, 2006

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After the July 10 ceiling collapse inside the Interstate 90 connector, Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly said he personally halted a sweeping deal that would have released Big Dig contractor Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff from most future claims against the firm for shoddy work on the megaproject. (Full article: 786 words)

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