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Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Protest supports No Ban Act

PORT TOWNSEND — Members of the Jefferson County Immigrant Rights Advocates hold signs Monday afternoon at the Adams Street Park, urging support of the No Ban Act that is scheduled for a vote today in the U.S. House of Representatives.

If passed, the act would repeal all versions of the federal travel ban on residents of predominantly Muslim countries and would limit the broad executive authority to restrict individuals from entering the country.

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