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Speaker tells aides he plans to stay put

Says their jockeying for job undercuts him

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / January 16, 2008

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In an unusually stern warning to his House leadership team, Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi threatened yesterday to remove any of his lieutenants who fail to honor his demands that they stop jockeying for his position, on grounds that their activities are undercutting his authority and influence at the State House. (Full article: 607 words)

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