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Religious Groups Unite On Immigration

They've come together at the White House to risk arrest for a cause that unites them: pastors, rabbis and bishops speaking out on immigration. As the nation grapples with a flood of undocumented migrants--including many unaccompanied children--the faith community is mobilizing to help these individuals and pressure Congress and the president for more humane policies. We explore the role faith groups are playing in the national immigration debate.

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