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President And Senate Prepare Immigration Push

President Obama is in Las Vegas on Tuesday to unveil his plan for immigration reform. Meanwhile, a bipartisan group of Senators have agreed on a deal that would provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, and also strengthen border security. We'll talk about the president's Las Vegas speech and what might happen in the debate on immigration reform moving forward.

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Karoun Demirjian, politics reporter, Las Vegas Sun

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