Immigration push to begin in earnest after SOTU

Assured and galvanized by his speech in Las Vegas, immigration overhaul advocates don’t expect to hear anything new on the issue from President Barack Obama in his State of the Union address Tuesday. However, supporters for immigration reform have already begun announcing their campaigns for immigration reform, which will begin in earnest after the President’s speech.

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McClatchy Newspapers: Obama to tackle jobs, energy, immigration during State of the Union address

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Voxxi: Mobilization for immigration reform after State of the Union

 

 

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