Top Ma. Cops Quit In Apparent Fight With Union

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The two highest ranking commanders of the Massachusetts State Police abruptly announced their resignations yesterday. The Boston Globe says that state Public Safety Secretary Edward A. Flynn attributed the move to Superintendent Thomas J. Foley’s frustration over increasingly bitter squabbles with the troopers’ union. Foley feared that he had become a lightning rod for the
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