Lucrative Road-Crew Details for Cops Seen as Untouchable in Mass.

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In 1992, Mass. Gov. William F. Weld learned his lesson when he tried to change policy at the Massachusetts Highway Department so civilians could serve as flaggers at construction sites. He abruptly dropped the issue after roughly 800 police officers flooded the State House and accused him of taking food from the mouths of their
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