Sergio Lara with Mi Familia Vota speaks at a news conference Tuesday morning at Modesto Junior College’s east campus. Immigration reform advocates in Stanislaus County and throughout the country were supposed to spend Tuesday raising public awareness about the program and offering free help to applicants. Now, their efforts seem to be at a standstill.
Sergio Lara with Mi Familia Vota speaks at a news conference Tuesday morning at Modesto Junior College’s east campus. Immigration reform advocates in Stanislaus County and throughout the country were supposed to spend Tuesday raising public awareness about the program and offering free help to applicants. Now, their efforts seem to be at a standstill. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com
Sergio Lara with Mi Familia Vota speaks at a news conference Tuesday morning at Modesto Junior College’s east campus. Immigration reform advocates in Stanislaus County and throughout the country were supposed to spend Tuesday raising public awareness about the program and offering free help to applicants. Now, their efforts seem to be at a standstill. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com

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