ICE Raids Reopen Old Wounds for Families in This Small Town

Recent immigration raids resonate painfully for workers who were at a meatpacking plant when agents swept through in 2006.

Maria Gonzalez (standing) and her mother, Maria Mendoza, still feel the pain of the immigration raid that almost separated them in 2006.
Emily Jan

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