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Counselors fear psychological impact of immigration laws on students

There are 2 comments on the East Valley Tribune story from Oct 18, 2011, titled Counselors fear psychological impact of immigration laws on students. In it, East Valley Tribune reports that:

Strict immigration laws such as those passed in Arizona and Alabama cause stress for U.S.-born Latino students and those here illegally and can keep them from succeeding in college, a panel of psychologists and student counselors said Monday.

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Saint Louis, MO

#1 Oct 18, 2011
What a load of B.S.!


Since: Apr 11


#2 Oct 18, 2011
What's next? Allegations that teenager's fear of losing a driver's license is now seen as justification for eliminating traffic laws? Ya can't make this stuff up.

Take the power back from the idiots!!! They're running us off the road!

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