Nuns for Reform

Flock, Elizabeth; Walsh, Kenneth T.
May 2013
U.S. News Digital Weekly;5/31/2013, Vol. 5 Issue 22, p2
This article reports on a U.S. bus tour to be made by Catholic pressure group, Nuns on the Bus, to campaign for immigration reform in the country. The U.S. Senate will decide on an immigration reform bill in June 2013. As part of their campaign, the nuns will pass out postcards during the tour for people to write down their immigration stories. These postcards will be delivered to lawmakers.


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