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Obama resists pressure to act alone on immigration

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WASHINGTON — For a president looking for a legacy piece of legislation, the current state of the immigration debate represents a high-wire act. President Obama could act alone to slow deportations, and probably doom any chance of a permanent and comprehensive overhaul. Yet if he shows too much patience, the opportunity to fix immigration laws as he wants could well slip away. As Republican...

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