Travel Visa Backlog

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In Michigan, some restaurant owners and innkeepers are suing the Immigration and Naturalization Service. They say new INS visa policies enacted after Sept. 11 are delaying the entry into the country of badly needed summer employees. And the foreign workers say the delays are costing them sorely needed income. Michigan Public Radio's Rick Pluta has more.



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