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At a Spanish-language town hall in Florida, President Obama and Mitt Romney addressed questions and issues of importance to Hispanic voters in the state and across the country, including the DREAM act, immigration reform and deportation concerns. Judy Woodruff reports.
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The Obama administration on Friday unveiled new immigration rules, which will allow the Department of Homeland Security to focus more on deporting criminals. Ray Suarez discusses the new rules with Dan Stein of the Federation for American Immigration Reform and…
The president visited El Paso, Texas, Tuesday to launch a public campaign for immigration reform. Ray Suarez discuses the new push with Hernan Rozemberg and Michel Marizco, senior correspondents for "Fronteras: The Changing America Desk," a network of National Public…
As far as House Judiciary subcommittee hearings on agricultural jobs go, this one had a bit more celebrity shine. Stephen Colbert, the comedian and satirist, knew that, and hoped his presence would vault the hearings up to "CSPAN 1"…
By Quinn Bowman
_pap_embed_custom('news01s3fcdqebd',482,304,""); In an address to a joint session of Congress, Mexican President Felipe Calderon described the flow of immigrants from his country into the United States as a shared problem and asked the Congress to consider comprehensive immigration reform.
President Barack Obama renewed his support for comprehensive immigration reform Wednesday but said he needs help from Republicans in Congress to fix a "broken" system along the U.S.-Mexico border. Speaking alongside Mexican President Felipe Calderon, in Washington for a state…
By Dante Chinni
On Friday, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law what most everyone agrees is the most restrictive immigration law in the country. The law, which allows local police to stop and demand proof of citizenship from anyone suspected of…
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