As representatives are on their August recess, Evangelical advocates for immigration reform are making their voices heard. To read more about immigration reform, read Erin Kelly’s article below:
Evangelical group to back immigration reform
A coalition of evangelical Christians will spend more than $400,000 on radio ads urging members of Congress to support immigration reform that includes a path to citizenship for most of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States.
The ads, which will run mainly on Christian radio stations this month, are aimed at spurring evangelicals to lobby their lawmakers to support reform. The ad buy is the largest to date by the Evangelical Immigration Table, which has spent nearly $1 million since its founding 14 months ago
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