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Jessica Bonilla Garcia is a Dreamer. She was born in Mexico, attended Hilton Head Island High School, graduated from Columbia College in Columbia, South Carolina, lives in Bluffton and is employed as a graphic designer and holds a DACA visa. In an interview on Thursday, she said she hopes that Congress and President Trump can agree on a way to allow her to say in the country and become a citizen. Jay Karr Staff video
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David Lauderdale writes about the people, culture, traditions and issues of the South Carolina Lowcountry.