Immigration Debate Divides Sierra Club

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Three candidates are running for the Sierra Club's Board of Directors on an immigration-reform platform. Opponents say the club has no business getting involved in the immigration debate and that the issue is attracting hate groups to the organization. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.



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