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Patrick to raise safety spending by $106m

January 23, 2008

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Governor Deval Patrick's proposed state budget would boost public safety spending by nearly $106 million, including money targeted at the troubled state Medical Examiner's Office and funds for 100 new police officers, the Associated Press has learned. Patrick's plan also includes increases for the State Police Crime Lab and extra money for changes at the Department of Corrections to curb ... (Full article: 731 words)

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