Arguments For Illegal Immigration

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Homer is a very small town in Alaska, during this time Alaska was voting for illegal immigration.
Ben was trying to decide whether or not Homer had this right to vote on illegal immigration since it had no experience on the issue he wanted to make sure he didn't use his emotions but to gain knowledge on it. Ben went asking homer citizens on their experience meeting illegal immigrants. He also looked into the immigrant issues, and looking at terrorists attacks. Afterwards keeping an open mind and looking at both sides of the argument. He realized that most right winged sources were making false stories branched off one main branch.Most Alaskans have never heard of or met an illegal immigrant. The police office also reported that homer is not a place any immigrant would want to go to.
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