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Board revokes DiMasi’s pension

By Travis Andersen and Martin Finucane
Globe Staff / August 31, 2012
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Members of the State Board of Retirement on Thursday unanimously voted to revoke disgraced former House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi’s annual pension of $60,142, but a lawyer for the former Beacon Hill power broker indicated that his client will probably appeal. The 5-0 vote from the retirement board comes as DiMasi, 67, is serving an eight-year federal prison sentence in North Carolina for a 2011 corruption conviction, which he is appealing. He is also battling cancer.

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