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Governor rescinds immigration order

Frees State Police from arrest pact

Governor Deval Patrick (left) and Public Safety Secretary Kevin M. Burke announced a plan to train selected correction officers to enforce immigration laws yesterday at the State House. Governor Deval Patrick (left) and Public Safety Secretary Kevin M. Burke announced a plan to train selected correction officers to enforce immigration laws yesterday at the State House. (PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / January 12, 2007

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Governor Deval Patrick announced a plan yesterday to train a dozen correction officers in two state prisons to enforce immigration laws and rescinded a controversial agreement between Governor Mitt Romney and federal authorities that allowed State Police to arrest illegal immigrants. (Full article: 977 words)

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