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Will Immigration Plan Sway Latinos To Obama's Side?

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President Obama travels to Florida Friday to address a large gathering of Latino politicians — one week after announcing that illegal immigrants who came to this country as children will be allowed to stay in the U.S. for at least two years. Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney criticized that policy when he spoke to the same group Thursday. The twin speeches highlight the important role Latino voters could play in the November election.
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