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    Cindy Saine
    March 15, 2014 11:20 PM
    Hispanic leaders in Congress win key concession from President Barack Obama, who orders a review of his administration's enforcement efforts. But as VOA congressional correspondent Cindy Saine reports, Republicans say they will not adopt big reforms this year.

    In Congress, Immigration Advocates Win Concession

    Cindy Saine

    Published March 15, 2014

    Hispanic leaders in Congress win key concession from President Barack Obama, who orders a review of his administration's enforcement efforts. But as VOA congressional correspondent Cindy Saine reports, Republicans say they will not adopt big reforms this year.


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    by: Raymond Babcock from: Topeka Ks.
    March 18, 2014 7:11 PM
    so we need to change law for one group of people illegal is illegal you broke the law one group of people can not be put to the front of the we do not need reform we enforcement of the law go home and get in line

    by: Raymond Babcock from: Topeka Ks.
    March 18, 2014 7:46 AM
    what part of illegal is not understood rounded up deported