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ICE changes controversial job's name to avoid congressional defunding

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A highly controversial job at the Department of Homeland Security, formerly known as the "Public Advocate for immigrants," was rebranded by Obama administration officials this summer to avoid the congressional budget ax, according to the watchdog group Judicial Watch. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials announced the position in February 2012, describing Public Advocate Andrew...

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