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Rogers paid ex-partner's firm a big fee

$196,000 spent to hire political consultant

House majority leader John Rogers said there was no written contract. House majority leader John Rogers said there was no written contract.
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / June 4, 2007

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House majority leader John H. Rogers, one of two leading contenders to become the next speaker, spent $196,000 from his campaign fund over a two-year period to hire his former law partner as a political consultant, in an informal arrangement that Rogers says did not include a fee schedule or a written contract. (Full article: 964 words)

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