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Second City Hall Employee Indicted On Conspiracy, Extortion Charges04:15
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Once again, the mayor of Boston finds himself responding to questions about corruption in his administration.

A second member of Mayor Marty Walsh's administration has been indicted on extortion charges related to efforts to persuade organizers of a major music festival to employ union workers.

The indictment charges Boston Inter-Government Relations Director Timothy Sullivan of conspiring with the previously indicted director of tourism to make sure union workers were employed.

WBUR's Bruce Gellerman has the story.

This segment aired on June 30, 2016.

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