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Urges Further Relief from Immigration Bars

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

A revision of the immigration act which would further eliminate the chance of separation of families immigrating to the United States was urged by Mrs. Henry John Miller, of Everett, former member of the Washington legislature, who called on President Coolidge at the temporary Executive Offices.

Mrs. Miller said she regarded the present law as most satisfactory in the whole, but thought additional safeguards should be thrown around women and children.

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