Immigration Reform Advocates Open to Piecemeal Approach

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EL PASO — Although U.S. House members are back in their districts after leaving the issue of immigration reform untouched, advocates for change — including members of the business community — have a clear message: We’re not going anywhere.

Reform advocates say efforts that have included peaceful protests, town halls, editorial board meetings, civil disobedience and fasting would continue in 2014 until the issue — even in a piecemeal fashion — was addressed.

“We had a good year in 2013, and we are going to continue,” Eddie Carmona, a manager for PICO National Network’s Campaign for Citizenship, said Wednesday during ...

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