Fiscal cliff talks could sideline immigration reform
from The Huffington Post
President Barack Obama's re-election this month gave supporters of comprehensive immigration reform an immediate dose of optimism. But as advocates mobilize for what is likely to be a two-year drive to get an immigration law enacted, their optimism may be tested by a dose of reality. However sympathetic Obama might be, he will be preoccupied with fiscal battles well into next year and less likely to engage in the kind of salesmanship analysts believe is essential to sell broad immigration policy changes to the public.
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