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Around the Miami Valley
9:29 pm
Mon April 28, 2014

Religious Leaders Meet In Springfield To Discuss Immigration Reform

Evangelical leaders and members of Emanuel Church in Springfield father to pray after a forum supporting immigration reform.
Credit Wayne Baker / WYSO

Several evangelical leaders gathered in Springfield Monday afternoon to discuss immigration reform. The group shared their plans to meet with members of Congress in order to voice support for the reform issue.

Several members of the Clark County Latino community gathered at the Iglesia Espana Emanuel Church to hear the evangelical leaders frame the need for immigration reform.

Dr. William Brown of Cedarville University, a conservative institute of higher learning, says he backs reform.

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6:00 am
Thu February 20, 2014

Making Springfield An Immigrant-Friendly City: WYSO's Lewis Wallace Talks To Carl Ruby

Carl Ruby is advocating for making Springfield an immigrant-friendly city.

Immigration reform might be dead in Washington for now, but some local advocates are still on the case. One of those is long-time conservative activist and teacher Carl Ruby. He’s part of a new initiative called Welcome Springfield—a takeoff on Welcome Dayton—to work on making Springfield a more appealing place for immigrants.

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Around the Miami Valley
1:57 am
Tue August 13, 2013

Organizations Roundtable Immigration Discussion

With Congress in recess and many congressmen returning to their home districts, activist groups are taking steps to get their attention.  WYSO’s Jerry Kenney reports on one groups efforts.

Hoping to get the attention of Congressman Michael Turner of Ohio’s 10th district - The Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform Network held a roundtable disccusion that featured local faith leaders, law enforcement, and members of the business community.  

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Around the Miami Valley
12:49 pm
Tue June 11, 2013

Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform meet at Clark State

A group of religious, business, and law enforcement officials met Monday evening at Clark State to discuss immigration reform. The group held a public forum to talk about providing a path to citizenship for those in the country illegally.

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