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Aide 'regrets' not telling governor of Vet Home problems (access required)

Alan Stephens, co-chief of staff to Governor Napolitano, testifies before a legislative panel today. (Photo by Bill Coates)One of the Governor Napolitano’s top aides told a legislative panel he regretted not telling her sooner about problems discovered in the state’s Veteran Nursing Home until the media was prepared to report on the issue. “Looking back on ...

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