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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Apr 30, 2006
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(Studio: Susan Roesgen) Tomorrow’s planned “Day Without Immigrants” introduced.

(Los Angeles: Peter Viles) The protest urging immigrants to boycott work, schools & businesses to prove their economic power and to pressure Congress on immigration reform legislation, previewed. [Mexican American Political Assn. Nativo LOPEZ†- describes the goal of the protest.] [7th St. Market Assn. Pedro ASTORGA†- notes the impact of immigrants in Los Angeles.] [Senator Trent LOTT – says big demonstrations are counter-productive.] [Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles Gabino ZAVALA†- tells people to go to school & work.] [Immigration advocate Angelica SALAS†- warns people about losing their jobs.]

(Studio: Susan Roesgen) CNN’s coverage with Univision of tomorrow’s events outlined. Last Call question introduced.

Reporter(s):
Roesgen, Susan;
Viles, Peter
Duration:
00:04:00

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