February 18, 2015
By Neil Munro
Despite the unambiguous Feb. 16 injunction from a federal judge, President Barack Obama said he will press ahead with his plans to launch his unpopular unilateral amnesty. “We’re not going to be actually taking applications in until this case is settled,” Obama told reporters in a brief meeting Tuesday. “But we are doing the preparatory work because this is a big piece of business,” he said. He repeated his determination to continue preparations, despite the judge’s injunction. “The Department of Homeland Security will continue in the planning because we want to make sure as soon as these legal issues get resolved, which I anticipate they will in our favor, that we are ready to go,” he told reporters. However, the judge’s Feb. 16 three-page injunction clearly bars any and all amnesty preparations by… Read the full story by Neil Munro.
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