Delving into the Big Dig's Safety Issues Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has seized control of a safety probe of Boston's "Big Dig" highway project. Romney will decide when to reopen part of a tunnel that was closed after a fatal collapse.
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Delving into the Big Dig's Safety Issues

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Delving into the Big Dig's Safety Issues

Delving into the Big Dig's Safety Issues

Delving into the Big Dig's Safety Issues

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Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has seized control of a probe of Boston's Big Dig highway project. He says he will decide when to reopen a tunnel that was the site of a fatal collapse. Boston Globe reporter Scott Helman and Scott Simon discuss the political implications of Romney's move.