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Leader of Minuteman Project Steps Down

Leader of Minuteman Project Steps Down

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(KSL News) The leader of the Utah Minuteman Project has stepped down in order to take a new approach to the immigration issue.

Alex Segura wants to help craft a GOP platform on immigration, and is forming the Utah Immigration Delegation. He said the moves are due in part to an immigration overhaul bill currently before Congress.

Segura says many people are upset about the bill, and he's hoping to "bring the old school Republicans together on this issue."

You can read more about this story in the Deseret Morning News.

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