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Letter No. 38: Immigration reform now!

Dear Mr. President, Following the George Zimmerman verdict, the discussion has focused on racial profiling in America, but Rep. Steve King does not seem to care, feeling the need to spew his hate against immigrants in the United States.

Letter No. 38: Immigration reform now!

Dear Mr. President, Following the George Zimmerman verdict, the discussion has focused on racial profiling in America, but Rep. Steve King does not seem to care, feeling the need to spew his hate against immigrants in the United States.

Letter No. 37: Immigration reform now!

Now that John Boehner has made it very clear immigration is not a top priority of his speakership, it is time to show real leadership on this issue and make sure 2013 does not end without comprehensive immigration reform or ...

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