Is Obama's Deportation Exemption a Good Policy?

Smith, Lamar; Gutierrez, Luis
June 2012
U.S. News Digital Weekly;6/29/2012, Vol. 4 Issue 26, p15
The author discusses the stances of both the opponents and proponents of U.S. President Barack Obama's announcement that undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S as children will be exempt from deportation. According to the proponents, he notes, policy makers sense from a moral and law enforcement perspective. Opponents, meanwhile, believe that the move will cost U.S. jobs.


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