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Elizabeth Lee
November 08, 2012 5:15 PM
Los Angeles has one of the largest and most diverse immigrant populations in the United States. People from Latin American and countries throughout Asia live in this melting pot. Elizabeth Lee visited immigrant neighborhoods in the city on Wednesday to gauge people’s reactions to President Barack Obama re-election.

US Immigrants Want Obama to Address Economy, Immigration

Elizabeth Lee

Published November 08, 2012

Los Angeles has one of the largest and most diverse immigrant populations in the United States. People from Latin American and countries throughout Asia live in this melting pot. Elizabeth Lee visited immigrant neighborhoods in the city on Wednesday to gauge people’s reactions to President Barack Obama re-election.


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