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Romney offers plan on an interim senator

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / July 12, 2004

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Governor Mitt Romney, seeking to retain some control over choosing US Senator John F. Kerry's replacement if he wins the presidency, yesterday offered Beacon Hill's two top legislative Democrats an opportunity to help him pick an interim. (Full Article: 918 Words)

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