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Immigration Raids Target Meat Plants

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Immigration Raids Target Meat Plants

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Immigration Raids Target Meat Plants

Immigration Raids Target Meat Plants

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Earlier this week, immigration authorities mounted massive raids against meat plants owned by Swift & Company, alleging that illegal workers there were using stolen Social Security numbers to get employment. Julie Myers, assistant secretary of Homeland Security for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, tells Debbie Elliott more about the raids.

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