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It was a joyous moment State Capitol.
A crowd gathered to celebrate the US senate immigration plan.
That's the optimism that some that -- -- might feel the sense of hope -- will finally get done.
The opportunity in front of -- all are good indicators.
This is of course the same spot where they were protests a few years ago and SB 1070 was signed into law by governor Jan Brewer.
Those protests some memory now in the wake of the last election Latino voters helped provide President Obama he's winning margin.
I mean that our heart work is -- that they grassroots movement is getting stronger every day.
Politicians understand that they have to be accountable to Latin meaning these.
We're hopeful -- we're asking for the deportation -- While his conversations going on and we've seen it before it could drag on for years we want to deportations -- now.
Well look like -- some enthusiasm and I'm cautious optimism about the movement on immigration reform in the US and it.
But not everybody here at the state capital is so happy about the deal well it is an amnesty because.
Did -- penalties -- legal penalties you know make somebody pay a line which is less than the average.
Illegal pays a coyote takes to get him into the country and punishment -- -- it's -- reward.
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