Immigration reform 2015: Hillary may be committing far too much, that she can’t do
For the last several years, despite all efforts by President Barack Obama and his administration there is literally no movement forward as far as immigration reform is concerned. All efforts of President Obama and White House have been frustrated by Republicans who have religiously thwarted every effort in this regard.
If they killed the immigration reform bill some two years ago, they against ensured that Obamaâ€™s executive order was not implemented. A month before it had to come into effect, Republican ruled states went to the court and got an injunction. White Houseâ€™s efforts to get the ban lifted proved futile.
Nonetheless democrats are not going to give up immigration reform, while President Obama continues to press forward for the implementation of immigration reform, Hillary Clinton, his former Secretary of State has made it clear that not just she will continue to be proactive as far as immigration reform issue is concerned, she will further expand Obamaâ€™s executive action on immigration reform.
An aide to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton promised that the former first lady would expand President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration if she is elected as the next Commander-in-Chief.
Hillary Clintonâ€™s campaign manager Robby Mook has spelled out what she will do if she is elected the President as far as immigration reform is concerned. Mook said that she â€œis advocating for going even further than President Obama on immigration, to stop deporting the parents of these DREAMers who are contributing to our economy, and are valuable members of our societyâ€.
While speaking at a panel discussion at New York University Mook said, â€œSpecifically in the policy that she was proposing, she wanted to make it easier for families to appeal some of these deportation decisions, parents of DREAMers who might be facing deportationâ€.
Hillary has actually spoken about the contentious issue herself. â€œWe can’t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenshipâ€¦DREAMersâ€ she reportedly said last month. â€œIf these courageous young men and women want to serve, they should be honored and celebrated, not discriminated againstâ€ said Clinton’s national political director, Amanda Renteria, according to The Huffington Post. “Hillary Clinton is committed to comprehensive immigration reform to strengthen families and our country. While we keep up the pressure for comprehensive action, allowing Dreamers to serve in the military is the right step forward.”
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