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Buses filled with 140 undocumented migrants - many of them women and children - were blocked by protesters on their way to a processing center in Murrieta yesterday.

Murrieta Immigration Protests

Buses filled with 140 undocumented migrants - many of them women and children - were blocked by protesters on their way to a processing center in Murrieta yesterday.

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President Obama acknowledged today there will be no meaningful immigration reform in Congress this year, and announced he was taking executive action on the issue.

Central American Immigrants Flood Border, Confound Officials

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