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The ink may be barely dry on all the official paperwork for newly-sworn-in congress members. But South Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson is wasting no time in getting down to business. She's taking on the president's plans to resume deportations of Haitian nationals who are subject to final removal from the U.S.

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