The Ins And Outs Of Obama's Immigration Shift

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Mara Liasson, national political correspondent, NPR
Laura Lichter, president, American Immigration Lawyers Association
Mark Krikorian, executive director, Center for Immigration Studies

The Obama administration estimates its new immigration enforcement policy will allow some 800,000 young illegal immigrants to avoid deportation and work legally in the U.S. Some critics say it oversteps executive authority, others say that it doesn't go far enough.

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