Dozens rally against Secure Communities program in Aurora

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With anger in their voices and powerful stories to share, dozens of people rallied at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Aurora Friday to protest Secure Communities – a controversial program that requires local police to share fingerprints with immigration officials.

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