A WEEK AFTER FIGHT, GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL DEVOLVES TO "NEW LOW" [+MEDIA]
By Andy Metzger
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, FEB. 16, 2017....If Governor's Councilors slung mud at one another during an unhinged meeting last week, then on Wednesday they hurled bricks, with many councilors taking aim at Watertown Democrat Marilyn Devaney.
"It is time that we stood up to the terror that she has rained upon this council and the nominees that come before this body," said Councilor Mary Hurley, an East Longmeadow Democrat, who said she left last week's meeting "sick to my stomach because of the way [Devaney] treats people."
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