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Thousands of undocumented young people are lining up this week for President Obama's  substitute for the "DREAM Act,"  which was rejected by Congress.

Is the DREAM Act Becoming a Nightmare?

Thousands of undocumented young people are lining up this week for President Obama's substitute for the "DREAM Act," which was rejected by Congress.

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Alabama has gone Arizona more than one better when it comes to cracking down on illegal immigration.

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Alabama has gone Arizona more than one better when it comes to cracking down on illegal immigration.

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