October 27, 2016
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Eva, Jessica and Rosario Tweet for Reform

HollywoodNews.com: Even though Eva Longoria is romping around Europe, Jessica Alba is celebrating her husband’s birthday, and Rosario Dawson is celebrating her grandma’s birthday, all three actresses hit Twitter today to talk immigration reform with each other (and their thousands of followers).

All three ladies shared the same Newsweek article, “Why Americans Think (Wrongly) That Illegal Immigrants Hurt the Economy,” on their feeds earlier today.

But neither of them is any stranger is using Twitter to give a voice to their causes. Jessica and Rosario have been PSA queens for Voto Latino, Rock the Vote, and Declare Yourself for some time now, while Eva has been a vocal critic of Arizona’s new immigration law almost since its inception.

Whether or not celebs make the best the best political advisors is anyone’s guess, but we can at least applause these ladies for lending their names to something other than South African drug drama a la Paris Hilton.

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