Murray asks for probe of McLaughlin fund-raising

Timothy P. Murray asked state campaign officials yesterday to investigate whether Michael E. McLaughlin, former Chelsea Housing Authority chief, violated any laws while campaigning for the lieutenant governor.

Murray asked the agency to look into “alleged improprieties’’ raised in a Boston Globe story, and he vowed “to cooperate fully’’ in answering questions about McLaughlin’s role in his campaigns since the two met in 2005.

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