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Mayor pressured from all sides

By Yvonne Abraham and Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / June 10, 2004

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As he nears what should be the crowning achievement of his tenure, Mayor Thomas M. Menino is finding himself increasingly isolated: His allies in the labor movement are not at his side, national Democrats are growing frustrated with him, and even some delegates are threatening to stay away from the Democratic National Convention. (Full Article: 1044 Words)

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