Monday, October 28, 2013

NYTimes to Obama: Stop Deportations

By Claudio Iván Remeseira Follow @HispanicNewYork| Posted on Monday, October 28, 2013, at 11:46 a.m. ET.

The New York Times editorialized over the weekend on the issue of immigration reform ("which is not dead but not moving, either") by addressing President Obama, who last week called on Congress to send him a bill to sign, and urging him to act:
Much of the responsibility to fix what Mr. Obama calls the “broken immigration system” lies within his own administration. He can’t rewrite immigration laws, but he can control how well — or disastrously — they are enforced. He can begin by undoing the damage done by his Homeland Security Department. Mr. Obama has just nominated Jeh Johnson, a former Defense Department general counsel, to replace homeland security secretary Janet Napolitano, who resigned in July. It’s the perfect opportunity for a fresh start. Here is what it might look like ...

Read it at The New York Times

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