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GPS urged vs. domestic violence

By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / October 21, 2005

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The state should use global positioning systems to track the movements of as many as 3,000 residents who are charged criminally with domestic violence or have a history of violating restraining orders, Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey said yesterday. (Full article: 257 words)

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