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US immigration reform debate

US President Obama removes dormant government regulations that some feared could fuel 'Muslim registry' under Donald Trump - Politico

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker asks Donald Trump for more control over refugees - AP

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Los Angeles city and county creating $10-million legal defense fund for immigrants facing deportation under Donald Trump - Los Angeles Times

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office says Emanuel hand-delivered letter from US mayors to Donald Trump urging him to continue DACA program - @ChicagosMayor

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TIME 'Person of the Year' 2016

In TIME magazine interview, Donald Trump promises to 'work something out' for those currently protected under US President Obama's immigration executive orders

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Donald Trump's chief of staff Reince Priebus on Trump's proposed Muslim ban: 'I'm not gonna rule out anything, but we're not gonna have a registry based on a religion' - Meet the Press

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White House says it doesn't have the authority to pardon so-called DREAMers after some House Democrats called on President Obama to grant pardon - BuzzFeed News

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Democrats ask US President Obama to issue pardons to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients before leaving office - Huffington Post

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke with President-elect Donald Trump about possibility of deportations, saying it would sow distrust with neighborhoods - @MichaelHwrdSaul

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Mayor Bowser issues statement, reaffirms DC's status as a sanctuary city despite President-elect Trump's stance - @RonicaCleary

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Thousands of Ivy League students, professors, alumni ask schools to be sanctuaries for undocumented immigrants though online petitions - Washington Post

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Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck says department will maintain stance on immigration and not help deport immigrants under President-elect Donald Trump - Los Angeles Times

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President Obama says he'll urge Donald Trump's administration 'to think long and hard' before endangering the status of Dreamer children under new immigration policies - @toddzwillich

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2016 US elections

US Roman Catholic bishops are urging President-elect Donald Trump to adopt humane policies toward immigrants and refugees - AP

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US President-elect Donald Trump says he plans to immediately deport approximately 2 to 3 million undocumented immigrants - CBS News

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US president-elect Donald Trump says sections of wall he pledged would be built on border with Mexico could be fencing in certain areas - Sky News

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US House Speaker Paul Ryan: Donald Trump not planning on 'deportation force' - The Hill

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President-elect Donald Trump, with House Speaker Paul Ryan: Look forward to starting; whether it's health care or immigration, wants to work rapidly on issues

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Editor's note: Donald Trump said earlier that Hillary Clinton "wanted the wall" on the border with Mexico. According to NPR's fact check, Clinton voted for the Secure Fence Act of 2006 when she was a senator, which had a goal of securing the bored to decreased unauthorized immigrants and illegal drugs with 700 miles of fencing. The fence has not yet been completed. - Rebecca

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Editor's note: Donald Trump, during his answer to what he would do in terms of immigration reform, said he was endorsed by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE is a government agency and cannot endorse a candidate. ICE's labor union, the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, has backed Trump. - Rebecca

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