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Karen Garcia

522 S. Normandie Ave. Apt# 101

Los Angeles,CA 90020

Senator Dianne Feinstein

331 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington,DC 201510

Dear Senator Dianne Feinstein,

Hello my name is Karen Garcia. I am 16 years old and I am an eleventh grader at

ASGL in the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools in Koreatown, Los Angeles,CA. I

am writing to you today because I have a few concerns that I’m really worried about

involving the future of the United States. First of all, I am really concerned with all the

things Donald Trump said about immigrants. My parents are Immigrants and I don’t want

them to get kicked out of the United states because they came so that I can have a better

life than they had back in Mexico. It’s not fair for me because I was born and raised here

in the United States and if my parents get kicked out I’m going to have to go with them

because I’m too young to stay here by myself and we’re going to have to start our lives

all over again. I will have to live in a new place with no friends and I will have to go to a

new school. Starting our lives all over again doesn’t sound that bad but where my

grandparents live there are no schools nearby. There’s also no colleges nearby so I won’t

get to study so I can pursue a career because I want to be near my parents. Can you help

me and all Immigrants living in the United States by protecting us or doing something
that will help us not be separated from our family or that helps us from not getting kicked

out? My last concern is about Marijuana getting legalized. As a young teenage girl, I’m

terrified of the dangers that can happen as I’m walking home alone from school and that I

bump into a person on drugs. Most people might disagree with me but it just terrifies me

of what a person on drugs can do to a person like me.There might not be anything you

can do about this but I just want to know that I’m safe wherever I am. Thanks for taking

your time on reading this.

Sincerely,

Karen Garcia