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Ala Baptist President: Mixed Feelings on Immigration

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(PELHAM, Ala.) (AP) - The president of the Alabama Baptist State Convention has mixed feelings over the state's new immigration law.

The Rev. Mike Shaw of First Baptist Church of Pelham says all laws need to be enforced. But he's concerned about language in the law that could make it a problem to give a child a ride on a church bus to Sunday school.

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