A look at Obama's deferred-action immigration policy

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Members of CASA de Maryland gather in front of the White House to celebrate the Obama Administration's announcement about deportation of illegal immigrants June 15, 2012 in Washington, DC. Obama said the administration will stop deporting undocumented immigrants who had come to the U.S. when they were young.
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In an op-ed published Monday in the National Journal, New American Leaders Project Founding Director Sayu Bhojwani argues that President Barack Obama's deferred-action immigration policy did not go far enough, and that undocumented Americans are an important and vital part of the country. She says we need a policy that will help the millions of immigrants living in America today.

Bhojwani will join The Daily Circuit Tuesday.

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