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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Rich Stolz
Hundreds of immigrants and advocates from around the nation converged yesterday on the White House, calling for immigration reform to include legalization, family reunification and workers' rights.
"This is an emotional moment for so many young aspiring citizens, their families and friends," he said in a written statement.
Rich Stolz, executive director of OneAmerica, an immigrant-rights group, said he was grateful for the bipartisan votes in both chambers.