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Boston Globe Article

From: Mike F.
Sent on: Monday, July 26, 2010 6:41 AM
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Franco said he wants to break up what he says is an overly cozy relationship between lawmakers and the judiciary.

���The judiciary and the legislative bodies have become too blended ��� they are all lawyers with very comfortable relationships, and it causes a great deal of problems for the average citizen,������ he said.

Governor���s Council member Marilyn Devaney of Watertown said she does not know Mitchell, Ureneck or Franco, but said their contention that the courts have historically favored women over men in divorce settlements has merit.

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