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"As much as one would like to take President Obama at his word on immigration reform, it has become increasingly difficult. Particularly when Immigration and Customs Enforcement is still running wild and contradicting Obama's repeated assurances that the agency would focus on dangerous criminals and not on workers and families."
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News: ICE Issues Memo On Clarification Of Memo On Removal Goals
ICE Detention and Removal Operations Director James Chaparro issued a memo to field office directors clarifying the February 22, 2010 memo on removal goals.
News: ICE Issues Letter On Memo On Removal Goals
ICE Assistant Secretary John Morton issued a letter stating that "The memorandum issued on February 22, 2010. does not capture those priorities or the spirit of reform we have worked to create for the last 10 months."
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