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Obama Says Immigration Reform Could Be Bit by Bit
Obama Says Immigration Reform Could Be Bit by Bit

Washington (AFP) - President Barack Obama said Tuesday he would agree to Republicans passing immigration reform in small pieces -- if it would ease the way into law for one of his top second term goals. Obama previously called on Republicans in the House of Representatives ...

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Blog posts in November, 2013

  • As Momentum for Immigration Reform Dies in Washington, Human Costs Build

    WASHINGTON -- As immigration reform was dying on Capitol Hill, a 6 a.m. knock on Jose Castillo’s door delivered reality in the bluntest terms. ...

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  • Boehner Rules Out Negotiations on Immigration

    WASHINGTON — Signaling an end to the push for major immigration legislation this year, Speaker John A. Boehner on Wednesday ruled out negotiations ...

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  • Lessons on Immigration in Two Governors' Races

    Republicans in Congress studying the results from the governors’ elections in New Jersey and Virginia on Tuesday see two starkly different test cases ...

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  • AFL-CIO Launches Ads Confronting GOP on Immigration

    WASHINGTON – The AFL-CIO launched a hard-edged ad campaign Wednesday that targets House Republicans for failing to back an overhaul of the nation's ...

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  • Obama Expresses Hope for Immigration Overhaul

    WASHINGTON — President Obama renewed his call Tuesday for Congress to get moving on an overhaul of the nation's immigration laws, while asking ...

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  • How Would Immigration Reform Help the U.S. Economy?

    By Walter Ewing A growing consensus has emerged among both liberals and conservatives that immigration reform would serve as a stimulus to the U.S. ...

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