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(London: Scott Pelley) The change in immigration policy with President Obama’s order to stop deporting young immigrants who entered the US as children reported; details given about who is included.
(White House: Norah O’Donnell) Obama’s executive order that bypassed Congress examined; details given about the importance of Latino voters this election year; findings of a Gallup Poll on Obama vs. Mitt Romney among Hispanic voters. [OBAMA – says they are Americans in every way but one: on paper.] [ROMNEY – says it is an important matter that should be solved on a long-term basis.] Romney’s earlier opposition to the Dream Act noted. The reaction of Senator John McCain discussed.
(London: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) A look at who will benefit from Obama’s decision presented; scenes shown of a student rally in Los Angeles. [21-year-old Leslye OSEGUEDA- says we will continue pushing for comprehensive immigration reform; reacts to this happening on her graduation day.]
- Pelley, Scott;
- O’Donnell, Norah;
- Tracy, Ben
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