Prince William County and the Immigration Debate : News Photo

Prince William County and the Immigration Debate

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MANASSAS, VA - FEBRUARY 3: Jennifer Martinez, restaurant hostess and daughter of the owner, pinches the cheek of Montserrat Ruiz, 3 months, who is being held by her father Edwin Ruiz, of Woodbridge, at Dona (~ over the n) Tere Restaurant on Sunday, February 3, 2012, in Manassas, VA. The child's mother, Darsy Portillo, is seated 2nd from R next to restaurant owner Joel Martinez, R. Prince William County was a key battleground for immigration in the Washington area. Now the area is home to many working and middle class immigrants, both legal and not. (Photo by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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MANASSAS, VA - FEBRUARY 3: Jennifer Martinez, restaurant hostess and daughter of the owner, pinches the cheek of Montserrat Ruiz, 3 months, who is being held by her father Edwin Ruiz, of Woodbridge, at Dona (~ over the n) Tere Restaurant on Sunday, February 3, 2012, in Manassas, VA. The child's mother, Darsy Portillo, is seated 2nd from R next to restaurant owner Joel Martinez, R. Prince William County was a key battleground for immigration in the Washington area. Now the area is home to many working and middle class immigrants, both legal and not. (Photo by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Jennifer Martinez restaurant hostess and daughter of the owner... News Photo 161830120Cheek,Daughter,Father,Females,Horizontal,Human Interest,Manassas,Month,Owner,Party Host,Restaurant,Service,USA,Woodbridge - VirginiaPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostMANASSAS, VA - FEBRUARY 3: Jennifer Martinez, restaurant hostess and daughter of the owner, pinches the cheek of Montserrat Ruiz, 3 months, who is being held by her father Edwin Ruiz, of Woodbridge, at Dona (~ over the n) Tere Restaurant on Sunday, February 3, 2012, in Manassas, VA. The child's mother, Darsy Portillo, is seated 2nd from R next to restaurant owner Joel Martinez, R. Prince William County was a key battleground for immigration in the Washington area. Now the area is home to many working and middle class immigrants, both legal and not. (Photo by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images)