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At left, from top to bottom, is a sample. S. Congress, as the representative from Minnesota’s tion are first-generation immigrants, and 61 percent Fifth District, in 2006. He took his oath of office on a of the foreign-born arrived in the 1990s or later. copy of the Quran once owned by Thomas Jefferson. Muslim Americans spend about $170 billion on André Carson, a member of the Indianapolis City- consumer products annually, according to a 2007 County Council, became the second Muslim member figure by advertising agency JWT, and this figure is of Congress after winning a special election in March expected to grow.
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