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DALLAS IMMIGRATION BAN Restaurants feeling the heat

Feb 3, 2017 - The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas restaurant community is on edge.

"People are scared, and they're worried," says Abraham Salum, chef-owner of Salum, an 11-year-old restaurant near Knox-Henderson. When Donald Trump was elected, says the dual citizen of the United States and Mexico, "my people in the kitchen were losing their minds; they were like, 'What's going to happen with us?' Now it's full-blown fear of what could happen."

Whether in the form of restrictions on immigration from Muslim-majority countri

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