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Changes in US Town Reflect Easing of Anger Over Ilegal Immigrationi
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April 02, 2013 8:50 PM
The growing power of minority voters in the United States, particularly the Hispanic/Latino vote, has changed the political landscape of the United States. On the national level there is now bipartisan support in Congress for immigration reform. And as VOA’s Brian Padden reports, in a small town in northern Virginia, where a few years ago illegal immigration was a divisive political issue, public anger is fading.

Changes in US Town Reflect Easing of Anger Over Ilegal Immigration

Published April 02, 2013

The growing power of minority voters in the United States, particularly the Hispanic/Latino vote, has changed the political landscape of the United States. On the national level there is now bipartisan support in Congress for immigration reform. And as VOA’s Brian Padden reports, in a small town in northern Virginia, where a few years ago illegal immigration was a divisive political issue, public anger is fading.


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