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On state board, Healey opposed criminal checks

Voted to limit CORI access

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / October 12, 2006

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Lieutenant Governor Kerry M. Healey, who as a candidate for governor is pushing to open up the state's criminal records, voted a half-dozen times to limit access to such records when she served on a state board that hears from businesses and social agencies seeking to screen potential employees. (Full article: 895 words)

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