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EDITORIAL: Immigration laws should factor in compassion and families

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Most Americans would likely agree that federal laws and policies should not harm families.

But that is exactly what is taking place with the federal government’s emphasis on deporting undocumented immigrants, as illustrated by a Bardstown man’s forced removal to Mexico late last month.

Erick Alberto Cortez Olvera came to this country when he was 15 years old, and lived here for 20 years. He met and fell in love with a local woman, whom he married and has two children with. He has also acted as a father to her oldest son.


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