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Marisol Guerrero, with her son, Bryan Chavez, 4, and daughter Ashley Chavez, 7, listens to speakers March 5 in Yakima at a news conference to announce the Washington Compact, a document that outlines five principles that supporters hope will guide Congress as it works on immigration reform.

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Wash. groups forge compact for immigration reform

YAKIMA, Wash. — Washington joined a handful of other states with a compact in support of immigration reform Tuesday, marking another effort by states to push Congress to overhaul U.S. immigration policies.


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