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December 26, 2011 12:00 AM

Tara's troubled return home

Many days, it seems Tara Ammons Cohen no longer knows what to make of her life. Once, she had a family, worked as a teacher’s assistant and bus driver and had cash and friends. Then she spent nearly three years locked up at the federal immigration detention center in Tacoma.

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