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James Marzilli (2008 file image)

Marzilli Will Keep State Pension Despite Harassment Conviction

A former Massachusetts state senator who pleaded guilty to accosting four women in 2008 has been allowed to keep a $14,000-per-year state pension.


Sal DiMasi talks to reporters outside court after the verdicts were read on June 15.

Curious About DiMasi’s Pension

I’m curious if Mr. DiMasi will lose his pension in light of the recent conviction in court. It would seem to me if he were to be found guilty of such an offense, he should lose the right to claim his pension. – Karen, Boylston


Former Mass. House Speaker Sal DiMasi outside federal court on Wednesday, June 15, 2011. (WBZ-TV)

Judge Nixes Motion To Suspend DiMasi’s Pension

A Superior Court Judge has denied a request by the state Retirement Board to let it vote to suspend the pension of former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi.


Sal DiMasi answers questions outside federal court, June 15, 2011. (Photo by Bernice Corpuz)

Convicted DiMasi Could Lose State Pension

Former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi could lose his $5,000 a month state pension.


Retirement board to repay, appeal DiMasi pension

¬† The¬†State Board of Retirement, in a split vote, decided Thursday to repay nearly $50,000 in pension money it withheld from former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi, while also appealing a court’s order to do so […]


DiMasi gets pension reinstated

Former House Speaker Sal DiMasi will soon be getting a monthly a pension check.