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Martin Luther King’s widow lobbied against immigration reform in 1991

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The restrictionist Center for Immigration Studies has dug up a fascinating artifact from the 1991 congressional debate over immigration reform. It is a letter by a group of civil rights and labor leaders including Correta Scott King, widow of the slain 1960s icon, urging Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, to drop plans to introduce legislation to repeal employer sanctions for hiring illegal immigrants....

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