Former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry said he will fight against any federal immigration agency decision to raid workplaces during a press conference that launched the Coalition for Immigration Reform. The group is calling for “a responsible solution” to the country’s broken immigration system and want to “educate” the Trump administration about the value of undocumented residents to the nation.
Former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry said he will fight against any federal immigration agency decision to raid workplaces during a press conference that launched the Coalition for Immigration Reform. The group is calling for “a responsible solution” to the country’s broken immigration system and want to “educate” the Trump administration about the value of undocumented residents to the nation. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA jesparza@vidaenelvalle.com
Former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry said he will fight against any federal immigration agency decision to raid workplaces during a press conference that launched the Coalition for Immigration Reform. The group is calling for “a responsible solution” to the country’s broken immigration system and want to “educate” the Trump administration about the value of undocumented residents to the nation. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA jesparza@vidaenelvalle.com

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