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DREAM Act: One Step Closer

  • Aired: 08/05/2012
  • 26:49
  • Rating: NR
Sandy King and Ray Brown explore a new Obama order which would, for the first time, allow some undocumented young people – brought here as children – to legally remain and work … at least for now. It’s a far cry from the DREAM Act, which failed in Congress, but supporters say it’s an important first step.
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A new Obama order means some undocumented young people can legally live & work in the U.S.
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