Remarks at a Roundtable Discussion on Immigration Reform and an Exchange With Reporters

Obama, Barack
June 2013
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;6/24/2013, p1
Government Documents
The article presents remarks made by U.S. President Barack Obama at Roosevelt Room of the White House, Washington, D.C. during a roundtable discussion on immigration reform and had some exchange with reporters on June 24, 2013. It cites his belief that now is the time to get a comprehensive immigration reform involving having a strong border security and ensuring that employers are held accountable to follow the rules. He encourages business leaders present to continue to innovate and invest.


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