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GOP governors, donors hobnob at the Hall Faneuil meeting excludes public

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / June 28, 2005

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Faneuil Hall, a national landmark for American democracy and one of the city's most popular destinations, was sealed off yesterday, to the disappointment of tourists and wanderers from the Freedom Trail. But the doors were flung open to the Republican Party's corporate donors, including representatives of Halliburton and Exelon , who held a secret huddle inside with Governor Mitt Romney ... (Full article: 738 words)

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