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MA: MBTA Bring in Outside Expert Help

The cash-strapped MBTA is spending $1.2 million on just four independent contractors to manage some of its major initiatives, including quietly signing a labor negotiator away from the Baker administration this past spring to a $100,000 pay bump, a Herald
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