WASHINGTON - For the second time in three weeks, immigration rallies and marches halted work at several meat processing plants. Demonstrators, estimated to number 1 million, took to the streets in cities around the country last week to protest strict immigration proposals in Congress. The demonstrations disrupted businesses that employ immigrants, and a number of meat plants, mainly in the Midwest, were closed for the day. Anticipating disruptions, several companies had planned for plant ...
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