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Governor Mitt Romney (left) and Matthew J. Amorello, chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, exchanged words yesterday as they prepared to inspect a section of the Interstate 90 connector where concrete fell from a ceiling Monday night, crushing a car and killing a passenger.
ON BEACON HILL

Amorello's support among lawmakers shaken

Some say chief of turnpike will pay political price

By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / July 12, 2006

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The Legislature has frequently rallied behind Matthew J. Amorello during his stormy tenure as chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, but yesterday he had few defenders on Beacon Hill. (Full article: 773 words)

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