Hector Martinez Rodriguez is one of dozens of Cubans who took refuge in El Paso, Texas. As more Cubans arrive, U.S. immigration policies that allow them to stay but turn others away are being questioned.
Hector Martinez Rodriguez is one of dozens of Cubans who took refuge in El Paso, Texas. As more Cubans arrive, U.S. immigration policies that allow them to stay but turn others away are being questioned. Pew Charitable Trusts TNS
Hector Martinez Rodriguez is one of dozens of Cubans who took refuge in El Paso, Texas. As more Cubans arrive, U.S. immigration policies that allow them to stay but turn others away are being questioned. Pew Charitable Trusts TNS

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