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Patrick seeks to cement union ties

But warns he’s not ‘governor of labor’

Hundreds of supporters of various political candidates lined sidewalks near the Park Plaza Hotel, where the Greater Boston Labor Council’s annual Labor Day Breakfast was held. Hundreds of supporters of various political candidates lined sidewalks near the Park Plaza Hotel, where the Greater Boston Labor Council’s annual Labor Day Breakfast was held. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / September 7, 2010

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Governor Deval Patrick, seeking to shore up an uneasy relationship with organized labor, highlighted his administration’s record of helping unions and their members yesterday but struck a defiant tone, saying he would not pander for their support. (Full article: 934 words)

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