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Co-op boards keep their power

Veto opponents say wide leeway allows class bias

By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / August 31, 2008

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A fight over screenings by exclusive housing cooperatives in the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and Cambridge ended this month when Governor Deval Patrick vetoed a bill that would have forced co-ops to admit anyone who could afford to buy. (Full article: 726 words)

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