Fawn Johnson

National Journal

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Correspondent for National Journal, covering domestic policy issues

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The Univision moderators were able to extract a number of promises from the Democratic candidates last night in Miami.

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Make Big Immigration Promises

The Univision moderators were able to extract a number of promises from the Democratic candidates last night in Miami.

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As Memorial Day kicks off another travel season, millions of Americans will find that transportation infrastructure is on the decline.

Highways and Railroads: Detours and Delays

As Memorial Day kicks off another travel season, millions of Americans will find that transportation infrastructure is on the decline.

from To the Point

More than a quarter million undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children won't be able to apply for deportation protection — at least for the moment.

Texas Judge Stops Obama's Immigration Order

More than a quarter million undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children won't be able to apply for deportation protection — at least for the moment.

from To the Point

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