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Rushing to Become Citizens After Anti-Immigrant Talk
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Rushing to Become Citizens After Anti-Immigrant Talk

Rushing to Become Citizens After Anti-Immigrant Talk

Rushing to Become Citizens After Anti-Immigrant Talk
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Many immigrants in the U.S. are working to become citizens so that they can vote. Congressman Luis Gutierrez and a coalition of immigrant rights groups are working to naturalize 1 million people.

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