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Topic - Richard Davey
Department of Transportation Secretary Richard Davey on Wednesday defended a decision to circulate an email outlining a coordinated effort to defeat a proposed ballot question on gas tax hikes, while proposal supporters accused the state agency of ethics violations.
State Transportation Secretary Richard Davey is pressing the Massachusetts Senate to approve a transportation bond bill, warning further delays could delay critical projects.
Davey told WWLP-TV on Wednesday that the email was intended to help those in the department better educate the public about the consequences of the repeal effort and provide answers to what he calls "misinformation" about the ballot question.
"I wanted to make sure my team knew as they got questions, exactly what the truth was," he said.