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Taxpayers to foot bill for defense of Cahill, officials say

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / April 14, 2009

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Massachusetts taxpayers will pay up to $300,000 for outside lawyers to defend a federal civil suit against state Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill because the state attorney general's office declined to handle the case, citing potential conflicts with two state investigations, according to officials involved in the case. (Full article: 791 words)

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