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Bars in city find ways around fire safety law

Sprinkler cost called too high

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / December 29, 2006

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More than two years after the tragic fire at The Station nightclub in Rhode Island spawned a law meant to prevent similar tragedies in Massachusetts, less than half of Boston's bars and nightclubs covered by the law are complying. (Full article: 1123 words)

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