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August 5, 2014 9:30 PM

SC’s Clyburn, Graham split on immigration

South Carolina’s top Republican and Democratic congressional leaders Tuesday offered up vastly different opinions about the path forward on immigration reform and on the 350 migrant youth who entered the country illegally through Mexico and came to stay with sponsors, mostly family, in South Carolina.

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