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Evangelicals Try To Soften Hearts On Overhauling Immigration

Apr 15, 2013 (Morning Edition) — The evangelical movement, historically, has not been supportive of overhauling immigration. But that stance is changing. The Evangelical Immigration Table has united a diverse section of religious groups -- from the social justice organization Sojourners to the Southern Baptist Convention.

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