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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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More: US Justice Department notes Supreme Court rehearings are 'exceedingly rare'; hopes vacancy will make a difference in immigration ruling - @PaulaReidCBS

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US Justice Department asks Supreme Court to rehear immigration case when it has 9 justices - @PaulaReidCBS

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Immigration-reform protesters block Central Avenue in Phoenix after Supreme Court deadlock blocks White House action - Arizona Central

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Photo: Protestors fill street in Phoenix after Supreme Court ruling blocking President Obama's immigration action - @lensjb

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2016 US elections

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump: 'Today's 4-4 Supreme Court ruling has blocked one of the most unconstitutional actions ever undertaken by a President. The executive amnesty from President Obama wiped away the immigration rules written by Congress' - @ajjaffe

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Statement: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who filed lawsuit on immigration as attorney general, says ruling is 'a victory for all law-abiding Americans' - @PatrickSvitek

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US President Obama says he's 'pushed to the limits' on executive actions on immigration, says 'I don't anticipate there are additional executive actions we can take' before end of his term

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US President Obama on immigration reform: 'Sooner or later reform will get done. Congress will not be able to ignore America forever'

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US President Obama: 'We dont have to wall ourselves off from those who may not look like us right now or pray like we do or have a different last name'

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2016 US Supreme Court vacancy

US President Obama: 'The court's inability to reach a decision in this case is a very clear reminder for why it's important' to have full Supreme Court bench

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US immigration reform debate

US President Obama: 'It is my firm belief that immigration is not something to fear'

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US President Obama says Supreme Court ruling does not affect existing 'DREAMers' policy

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US President Obama says Republicans in House refused to allow vote on immigration reform, so he was left with little choice but to use executive action

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US President Obama says Supreme Court's split decision on immigration 'takes us further from the country we aspire to be'

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Upcoming: U.S. President Obama to speak on Supreme Court's immigration ruling at 11:45 a.m. ET in White House briefing room

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2016 US elections

Statement: Hillary Clinton says US Supreme Court deadlocked decision in immigration case is 'unacceptable' - @sahilkapur

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US immigration reform debate

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., on Supreme Court's immigration ruling: 'The Supreme Court ruling today affirms that the president's unilateral actions, which have marked his lame-duck term, will not stand. This decision further emphasizes that the president cannot rewrite the laws he finds problematic, nor skirt the separation of powers whenever he finds it convenient'

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2016 US Supreme Court vacancy

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., on Supreme Court immigration ruling: 'Today's decision shows the terrible human cost of Senate Republicans' reckless refusal to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court created by Justice Scalia's death'

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US House Speaker Paul Ryan on Supreme Court's immigration ruling: 'Today, Article I of the Constitution was vindicated. The Supreme Court's ruling makes the president's executive action on immigration null and void. The Constitution is clear: The president is not permitted to write laws-only Congress is'

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