The Winthrop Democrat said he’s heard complaints from lawmakers and from unsuccessful applicants about the process.
“I think at the very least we have to look at the places that they have chosen,” DeLeo said “I’m hearing now that a lot of the information on the applications was not verified and that’s, quite frankly, what I have a major problem with.”
Attorney General Martha Coakley echoed those concerns, also urging the state Department of Public Health to take a fresh look at the applications.
“It makes sense for DPH to take a look essentially from scratch because this is important that we do this right,” Coakley told reporters Thursday. “You have to do the background checks and vetting that seems to not have been done.”
The public health department, which oversaw the process, stressed that no final decisions have been made "
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