Utah lawmaker speaking out after brother receives racially motivated note

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TAYLORSVILLE, Utah - A lawmaker in Utah is speaking out after her brother received a racially motivated note.

Rep. Karen Kwan told KSTU that her brother, Michael Kwan, received a note saying that he should be "sent back to China."

Michael Kwan works as a judge in Taylorsville, Utah.

Rep. Karen Kwan says that President Trump's executive order on immigration is an issue that has touched people across the country, not just refugees.

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