Analysis: Fiscal battles could sideline U.S. immigration reform

Obama pin worn at NALEO in FloridaWASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama's re-election this month gave supporters of comprehensive immigration reform an immediate dose of optimism. They hoped that Obama, bolstered by the 70 percent-plus support he received from Hispanic voters, might now feel ready to champion the cause he largely avoided during his first term. And they thought that Republicans, after the thumping they got at the hands of Latinos in the November 6 election, might soften their resistance in order to stay competitive in future elections. …




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