Given her history with DeLeo, she’s probably right about that. Her fighting words are a sign of how much she’s trying to cast herself as the candidate who is ready to challenge the status quo and take up issues like equity and social justice. Yet the statutory description of the job, as pointed out recently by CommonWealth magazine, is pretty boring — to audit more than 200 government entities at least every three years.
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DeLeo, who took a job as “University Fellow for Public Life” at Northeastern University after resigning from the Legislature in December 2020, didn’t respond to
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