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Granger Students Protesting Immigration Reform

YAKIMA, Wash. - About 50 students in Granger joined protestors around the country Friday, rallying against a bill criminalizing illegal immigration. House Bill 44-37 would make it a felony to enter the U.S. illegally. Anyone caught helping illegal immigrants could also face felony charges. The students left school around 11:45.  They marched down the street chanting "Viva Mexico" and "We Respect America." Granger police kept an eye on the rally -- saying the students didn't apply for a demonstration permit.
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