After immigration ruling at Foley school with Hispanic population, students cry, withdraw, no-show

Sep 30, 2011 Full story: Alabama Live

An August 2005 file photo shows a sign marking the entrance to Foley Elementary School in both Spanish as well as English, evidence of the growing Hispanic population of Baldwin County, Alabama.

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Crying Taxpayers

Kansas City, MO

#1 Oct 1, 2011
Taxpayers in the state are crying too, tears of JOY!
Oh Boo Hoo

Omaha, NE

#2 Oct 1, 2011
take this back up

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