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Concerns raised on examiner commission

By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / January 14, 2004

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One day after Governor Mitt Romney publicly pledged to replace the state's embattled chief medical examiner, his administration conceded yesterday that two of the governor's appointments to a commission named to recruit a new medical examiner do not meet legal requirements. (Full Article: 735 Words)

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