Two days after the Boston Marathon bombings—and before the suspects had even been publicly identified—a 2,000-attendee healthcare association convention opened at the Hynes Convention Center. One of the overflow hotels, the Lenox, was near the crime scene investigation area, so a small number of attendees were moved to other properties. But the meeting went on, as did two other citywides held a day after the younger suspect was captured. The question is: What if they had to ...

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