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    Gov. to release report on Mass. immigration reform

    Gov. to release report on Mass. immigration reform
    By Associated Press | Saturday, November 14, 2009 |

    Gov. Deval Patrick is set to release a report from a panel charged with making recommendations to him about a new state immigration policy.

    The governor is set to release the report by the Advisory Council for Refugees and Immigrants on Tuesday. Patrick sent the panel around the state last year to come up with suggestions for the new policy.

    Hundreds of residents and activists crowded meetings to press for such reforms as allowing undocumented immigrants to pay in-state college tuition and to apply for drivers licenses.

    Last month, Patrick told reporters from ethnic media outlets that the panel’s report contains 131 recommendations. But he declined to detail any recommendations he planned to quickly implement.

    He said some may require legislative action.

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    Something tells me this will not favor the American people.
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    Wow, the hits just keep on coming to Massachusetts! Whats next, free bank accounts with money ? Settlement money! Come on Mass wake up! They the illegals have their own agenda thats amnesty, period! I like the last sentence "some may require legislative action. "
    America <div>Home of the free</div><div>Home of the brave</div><div>Home of 20 million illegal*alien villagers*and counting!*</div>

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    Hundreds of residents and activists crowded meetings to press for such reforms as allowing undocumented immigrants to pay in-state college tuition and to apply for drivers licenses.

    Last month, Patrick told reporters from ethnic media outlets that the panel’s report contains 131 recommendations. But he declined to detail any recommendations he planned to quickly implement.
    Why do I get the strong stink that the Gov. decided the approach and sent this panel out to talk to select audiences who agree with him? This sounds contrived to the extreme.
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