VIDEO: When It Comes To Opposing The Olympics, Polar Opposites Seem To Attract

by Adam Reilly
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Diehl says he’s worried about Boston 2024’s secretive M.O. “The common thread I think on the whole Olympics 2024 opposition, I think, is concern for the money, and then some of the lack of transparency, and what we have seen is the concern that we haven’t been getting the full information and forthcoming from day one.”

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MBTA’s self-review claims management off track

 by Hilary Chabot, Boston Herald
Monday, July 6, 2015

“Before a critical agency like the T asks taxpayers for more money to fix the major shortcomings that have led to a major collapse in service, they need to prove that they can comply with a basic audit that outlines the need for actual management and accountability,” said Diehl.

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Falchuk getting reinforcements in Olympics battle

by SHNS / Lowell Sun
Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Diehl said he will be able to provide Falchuk with “hundreds of activists and volunteers” who will help gather signatures from across five regions of the state, as is required by law. “We had to have a diverse group of people from across the state to do this,” said Diehl, adding that the Question 1 campaign also had people holding banners at highway overpasses, standing outside on weekends with campaign signs, and passing out literature door-to-door. The relationship between Falchuk and the Question 1 organizers began to form shortly after Boston was awarded the United States’ bid to host the 2024 Games in January, said Diehl. He said the two spoke on the phone about teaming up.

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