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The push for immigration reform shows some hopeful signs after years of contentious battle over the issue, panelists said during a conference on cultural renewal in Washington, D.C.

“The momentum is in the right direction,” Southern Baptist public policy specialist Barrett Duke said.…

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“Thank you for your service,” they say, as they shake our hands and pat our backs.

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