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Obama Postpones Immigration Reform to 2010

EFE, Posted: Aug 11, 2009

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- President Obama announced during his trip to Guadalajara, Mexico that the United States would be ready to start moving on immigration reform by the end of the year and that the issue would be debated in 2010, according to a report by Spanish news service EFE in El Nuevo Herald.

Obama noted that the broken immigration reform system is a source of tension in U.S.-Mexico relations and does not address the millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States. Before Congress is able to address immigration reform, Obama said, it must turn its attention to reforms in the health care, energy and financial systems, in that order.


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