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Monday, March 30, 2009

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The Associated Press and local television have picked up the Montgomery Advertiser's Sunday story on contracts requested by the Riley administration that concern some Democrats.

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Lawmakers question governor's contracts

Several Democratic lawmakers have concerns about contracts, submitted to them by departments that answer to Gov. Bob Riley, that include another $400,000 for his former finance director, $110,000 for a former appointee who lost in the November election and $250,000 for lawyers to help the governor's task force on gambling.


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