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In 2009, President Obama promised comprehensive immigration reform, but his first term saw record numbers of deportations.

Will Partisanship Take a Break for Immigrant Reforgeorm?

In 2009, President Obama promised comprehensive immigration reform, but his first term saw record numbers of deportations.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In 2009, President Obama promised comprehensive immigration reform, but his first term saw record numbers of deportations.

Will Partisanship Take a Break for Immigrant Reforgeorm?

In 2009, President Obama promised comprehensive immigration reform, but his first term saw record numbers of deportations.

from To the Point

Congress moved Friday towards passing a huge legislative package that deals with highway and transit programs, student loans, jobs and the federal flood insurance program.

Congress Approves Measures on Student Loans, Highway Funding

Congress moved Friday towards passing a huge legislative package that deals with highway and transit programs, student loans, jobs and the federal flood insurance program.

from To the Point

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