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Immigration delay ups the ante on Obama, GOP

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WASHINGTON (AP) — When President Barack Obama announced he was looking for ways to ease deportations without going through Congress, Republicans called it a case study in overreach, arguing that it's Obama — not Republicans — who is undermining prospects for an immigration overhaul by proving he can't be trusted to enforce the law. Now as a narrow summertime window opens in which Congress could...

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