Immigration: It Is the President's Move Now

August 2014
Moderate Voice;8/10/2014, p2
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The article comments on the editorial published in the newspaper "New York Times" which criticizes the policy of U.S. President Barack Obama on the immigration reforms for the border security. It mentions that Obama is a lawless President, response of Obama on refusal of the U.S. Congress on immigration reforms and argues for not releasing the executive orders by Obama.


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