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McCain voices optimism on immigration plan

Says his support for measure has affected campaign

Senator John McCain had a wide-ranging interview yesterday with reporters and editors at the Globe. Senator John McCain had a wide-ranging interview yesterday with reporters and editors at the Globe. (MICHELE McDONALD/GLOBE STAFF)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / June 19, 2007

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Senator John McCain of Arizona said yesterday that he was "guardedly optimistic" that the Senate's controversial immigration legislation will pass Congress, and added that he has been stunned by the personal attacks on him from conservatives angry about the bill. (Full article: 590 words)

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