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-------------------- Feelings mixed as marches near --------------------
May Day plans stir both eagerness and concern. L.A. braces for throngs at the two events, which reflect the splintering of migrant-rights activists.
By Teresa Watanabe and Francisco Vara-Orta Times Staff Writers
April 29 2007
City officials are bracing for thousands of marchers to converge Tuesday on Central Los Angeles in two separate May Day rallies for immigration reform and labor rights, gatherings that are stirring anticipation among immigrant-rights advocates but anxiety, even anger, among some business owners.
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