Hazleton's Immigration Law Brings Suspicions

Much of the testimony in the federal trial of a Hazleton, Pa., anti-illegal immigrant law has centered on the effect the ordinance's passage has had on the town.

We speak with Hispanic residents who sense a new, open hostility, and who say their businesses are suffering.

Some of the town's residents say they see fewer immigrants in the streets since the law passed last summer.



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