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Forrest Hall Jr., 60, a warehouse manager, spoke about the immigration debate at a barbershop in Lynn. He voiced some frustration with the sympathy immigrants have drawn.

Immigration hits home in Lynn

Blacks voice fear of a loss of jobs

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / April 16, 2006

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LYNN -- James Banks thinks he knows how the controversy over immigration in this country is going to end: Millions of undocumented immigrants will get to stay in the United States, many more will follow them here, and young African-American men will have an even tougher time finding jobs. (Full article: 1227 words)

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