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President Obama is poised to issue a sweeping
executive order on immigration.  Addressing the
nation from the White House, the President said
the U.S. immigration system is broken and must be
repaired.  The executive order marks the most
dramatic shift in U.S. immigration policy in decades.  
It aims to boost border security while shielding up
to five million illegal immigrants from deportation.  
The President noted that the executive action will
focus on deporting felons, not families.  He said it
will help make the immigration system more fair
and just.  
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