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Joe Biden’s immediate impact on immigration
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Joe Biden’s immediate impact on immigration

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Immigration has long been an important issue on both the left and the right. Joe Biden will enter the White House burdened down with the expectations of immigration activists. What can Biden do immediately and can he get Congress on his side? Interviews with people in Texas and California, two states that experience a lot of immigration.

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