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Thread: inShare3 California immigration crackdown campaign to enlist American Legion membe

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    Continuing a 93-year fight to control immigration, American Legion leaders are rallying military veterans to convince California voters they should require police to enforce federal immigration law.

    "This country is for people who are here legally, who are born here, not for people who came here illegally , who kind of snuck in," said Bill Siler, adjutant of California's American Legion branch. Read more here


    For battered immigrant women, fear of deportation becomes abusers’ weapon, but 2 laws can overcome that

    Teresa Gomez, a Salvadoran woman in her 20s, and Margaret Ashong, a grandmother from Ghana, endured regular beatings, threats and insults by the fathers of their children. Like many battered immigrant women in the Washington area, they mostly suffered in silence, fearful that if they went to the police they could lose their right to remain in the United States and their source of economic support. Read more here
    -BoardWizard

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    Continuing a 93-year fight to control immigration, American Legion leaders are rallying military veterans to convince California voters they should require police to enforce federal immigration law.

    "This country is for people who are here legally, who are born here, not for people who came here illegally , who kind of snuck in," said Bill Siler, adjutant of California's American Legion branch. Read more here


    For battered immigrant women, fear of deportation becomes abusers’ weapon, but 2 laws can overcome that

    Teresa Gomez, a Salvadoran woman in her 20s, and Margaret Ashong, a grandmother from Ghana, endured regular beatings, threats and insults by the fathers of their children. Like many battered immigrant women in the Washington area, they mostly suffered in silence, fearful that if they went to the police they could lose their right to remain in the United States and their source of economic support. Read more here
    -BoardWizard

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