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Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey greeted Don Cassady, a cowboy, during a campaign stop yesterday at the Bourne Scallop Festival in Buzzards Bay.
Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey greeted Don Cassady, a cowboy, during a campaign stop yesterday at the Bourne Scallop Festival in Buzzards Bay. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff) Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

Healey urges tougher stance on hiring illegal immigrants

By Russell Nichols
Globe Correspondent / September 24, 2006

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Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey, the GOP nominee for governor, said during a bus tour of Southeastern Massachusetts that the state should impose tougher penalties on employers who hire illegal immigrants, in a way similar to a measure being debated tomorrow in a Cape Cod community. (Full article: 703 words)

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