Will Ex-Ma. Prison Chief’s Job Mean Pension Hike?

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Former Massachusetts corrections commissioner Michael Maloney, rejected in his first bid for an $82,000 annual state pension, has positioned himself for another possible run at a lucrative retirement package, reports the Boston Globe. In December, Maloney, who was forced out of office by Gov. Mitt Romney as part of the fallout from the prison killing
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