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Mexican American Coalition


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Mexican American Coalition

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Board of Directors | Mexican American Coalition

mxac.org [cached]

President: Artemio Arreola, IL


www.elliscountypress.com

Speaking mostly in Spanish, Artemio Arreola, spokesman for the Mexican-American Coalition for Immigration Reform, said he voted for the first time in November 2008 along with 10 million Hispanics, motivated by a charismatic candidate that promised to end deportations.
"Legalization is the solution; we want it now," he said.


mxac.org

Artemio Arreola (IL)
President


pov.convio.net

Speaking largely in Spanish, Artemio Arreola, a spokesman for the Mexican-American Coalition for Immigration Reform, told the press conference he voted for the first time in November 2008 along with 10 million Hispanics, motivated by a charismatic candidate that promised to end deportations.
"Legalization is the solution, we want it now," he said.


Press release | Mexican American Coalition

mxac.org [cached]

"Alabama has a bad historical reputation", says Chicago-based activist Artemio Arreola.
"Instead of improving their image, they are getting worse every day".


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