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Immigration Reform / Protests #826475

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Kareen Wynter) The huge rally in Los Angeles against proposed legislation on illegal immigration featured; scenes shown. [Protestors Jaime PARDO†, Noalle TAMAYA†, Minuteman Project Steve EICHLER†- express views.] [Mayor Antonio VILLARAIGOSA†- speaks against the proposal.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Protests across the nation reported; photos shown from Racine, Wisconsin; Kansas City, Kansas; and Los Angeles, where high school students marched with the Mexican & American flags. President Bush’s push for a guest worker program during his weekly radio address noted; immigrant jobs in the US outlined. [On the radio, voice of BUSH – outlines the advantages of the program.] Last Call question introduced.

Lin, Carol;
Wynter, Kareen

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