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Kerry bill heats up alien debate

Legislation would add same-sex pairs to immigration

Posted: February 4, 2013 at 5:28 a.m.

In his final legislative act as a senator, Secretary of State John Kerry (center) sought to resolve an international dilemma. He filed Senate Bill 48, seeking “permanent resident status for Genesio Januario Oliveira,” a gay Brazilian facing deportation because he does not qualify for a spousal visa.

In his final legislative act as a senator, Secretary of State John Kerry sought to resolve an international dilemma. He filed Senate Bill 48, seeking “permanent resident status for Genesio Januario Oliveira,” a gay Brazilian facing deportation because he does not qualify for a spousal visa.

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