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Few immigrants in town, but concern aplenty

Sandwich seizes on issue, calls for harsh penalties

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / July 10, 2006

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SANDWICH -- This quintessential Cape Cod town, with its pristine historic Main Street, and its gardens lined with day lilies, would seem an unlikely arena for battle in the pitched national debate over immigration. Locals say they don't see all that many immigrants in Sandwich. (Full article: 1227 words)

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