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Hispanic evangelical offering GOP a bridge to future

Sees undocumented as potential citizens, Republican voters

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / March 6, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez Jr., president of a group he says represents 15 million Hispanic evangelical Christians, said his fellow social conservatives are making a historic mistake. By spurning proposals to give illegal immigrants a shot at citizenship instead of deportation, they are making it easier for supporters of abortion and same-sex marriage to win elections. (Full article: 1068 words)

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