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February 29, 2012



Obama Says I've Got Another 5 Years To Pass Amnesty

"President Barack Obama told a Hispanic audience that he has 'another five years coming up' in his presidency and will use the time to push for an overhaul of the U.S. immigration system," the Wall Street Journal says.

'My presidency is not over. I've got another five years coming up. We're going to get this done,' the president said in an interview Wednesday with Univision Radio."

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Mother of Man Slain by Illegal Alien Testifies

"Maureen Maloney wept as she described the truck barreling toward her son, rolling over him once - but not killing him - then dragging him for a quarter-mile, while onlookers watched in horror."

"'My son paid the ultimate price with his life because Massachusetts is a safe haven for illegal immigrants,' Maloney told members of the Judiciary Committee. 'The real question I ask is, Why would illegal immigrants not come to Massachusetts when we are so willing to provide them with jobs and free services they could not get in their native countries?'" the Boston Herald writes.

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U.S. To Step Up Interior Repatriation for Mexicans

"The U.S. government says it will begin flying detained Mexican migrants directly to their home states instead of dropping them off at the border, where many have been victimized by drug traffickers. U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told reporters in Mexico City on Monday that the U.S. will pay to deport migrants by plane to airports in Mexico and the Mexican government will arrange the last leg of the journey home," Fox News Latino says.

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ACLU Will Appeal Ruling Upholding Nebraska Immigration Enforcement

"The American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska announced Tuesday that it will appeal the decision of a federal judge to overturn only some parts of an anti-immigrant municipal ordinance adopted by the city of Fremont. Ordinance 5165 was approved in June 2010 with 57 percent of the votes and requires people who want to rent houses or work in Fremont to allow their immigration documents to be verified. The measure has never entered into force," Fox News Latino says.

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