Ma.’s Flynn Gets Raise, Withdraws From Job Hunt

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Edward Flynn, Massachusetts public safety chief, has taken himself out of the running for two high-profile jobs amid a promise for a pay raise soon, the Boston Globe reports. Flynn, the former police chief of Arlington, Va., had emerged as a finalist for Boston police commissioner and for police chief of Montgomery County, Md. Most
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