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Troopers had relied on illegal workers

Yet they may enforce immigration laws

By Jonathan Saltzman and Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / July 2, 2006

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Governor Mitt Romney is pushing to give state troopers the authority to enforce federal immigration laws so they can arrest those who are here illegally. But records indicate the State Police has relied for years on a company to clean its barracks and headquarters that has employed scores of undocumented immigrants. (Full article: 1546 words)

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