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Tempers flare in GOP debate

Mitt Romney and Governor Rick Perry of Texas were involved in a few heated exchanges during the debate last night. Mitt Romney and Governor Rick Perry of Texas were involved in a few heated exchanges during the debate last night. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
By Matt Viser and Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / October 19, 2011

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LAS VEGAS - Presidential candidate Mitt Romney faced withering attacks from GOP debate rivals last night over the health care plan he spearheaded in Massachusetts, his perceived proclivity for switching positions, and his former lawn company’s use of illegal immigrants to mow the lawn at his Belmont home four years ago. Romney, who along with businessman Herman Cain is considered the national frontrunner in the campaigning for the Republican nomination, was placed in the center of the stage and it did not take long for Texas Governor Rick Perry and others to aim their barbs at him.

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