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More than 100 Hispanic immigrants marched down Westchester Avenue toward Main Street in Port Chester Saturday, calling on the federal government to pass a new immigration bill. The bill in question would

News 12 Staff

Apr 10, 2006, 12:13 PM

Updated 6,646 days ago

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More than 100 Hispanic immigrants marched down Westchester Avenue toward Main Street in Port Chester Saturday, calling on the federal government to pass a new immigration bill. The bill in question would allow many undocumented workers to remain in the country legally if they paid a fee. Friday, the Senate deadlocked over a bipartisan bill that would have set up new regulations for millions of illegal workers currently in this country. Many in the Senate now say it's doubtful new legislation will be up for a vote anytime soon.


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