Tolman, DiDomenico oppose illegal immigrant legislation

But it passes 28-10

Senate vote hits illegal residents - The Boston Globe

"The sweeping provision, if it makes it into law, would toughen or expand rules that bar illegal immigrants from public health care, housing, and higher education benefits.

The amendment would also clear the way for courts, the state attorney general, and even average citizens to get new tools, including an anonymous hot line, to report illegal immigrants or companies that employ them to the government."

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