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Univision to Obama: 'No More Raids!'

Univision, Posted: Mar 04, 2009

MIAMI In an editorial for Univision online, anchor Jorge Ramos Avalos, calls on Barack Obama to stop the immigration raids. The editorial says that while Obama has other priorities, a simple signature can stop all immigration raids against people who are not criminals, terrorists or a threat to the United States. Avalos also emphasizes the situation families face when they are separated. There is nothing more brutal than when a family is separated. The new government of Barack Obama cannot engage in using taxpayers' money to separate families of workers who are helping the U.S. Avalos calls on Obama not to do more damage because, That is what we expect when millions of Hispanics voted for Obama and now is the time to meet it.

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