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US-Mexico Border / Immigrant Children #1125905

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 30, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) President Obama’s announcement that he intends to move ahead on his own because Congress failed to act on immigration reform noted. [OBAMA – says he takes executive action only when we have a serious issue and Congress chooses to do nothing.]

(Murrieta, California: Miguel Almaguer) The worsening situation at refugee camps along the border with Mexico due to the flood of immigrants crossing into the US featured; scenes shown of waves of children at the Texas border and protestors in Murrieta, California. [Homeland Security Secretary Jeh JOHNSON†- says the thousand mile journey is not safe.] [Borderangels.org Enrique MORONES†- says this issue, because it involves, children, might be the Rosa Parks moment of immigration reform.] [Murrieta MAN – says we’re not prepared for this type of influx.] [Murrieta Mayor Alan LONG†- notes the need for a message to Washington, DC to put a stop to it.]

Williams, Brian;
Almaguer, Miguel

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