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Romney aide takes paid leave amid probe

Operations chief denies impersonating officer

By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / June 23, 2007

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The director of operations on Mitt Romney's presidential campaign took an indefinite paid leave of absence yesterday after becoming the focus of an investigation into allegations that he posed as a state trooper in a phone call complaining to a company about one of its drivers. (Full article: 786 words)

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