Speaking today in Santa Monica, California in front of a group of mostly tech entrepreneurs, President Obama proceeded to attack the Republican party's stance on immigration reform.
According to a recent report published by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, last year saw a record number of deportations from the U.S., with 438,421 deportations in total.
Washington, D.C. police made several arrests on Monday when protesters made up of primarily undocumented mothers gathered outside of the Democratic National Committee's headquarters.
By early September, President Obama could decide if he will grant work permits or other immigration reform effort, while Republicans continue to talk about possible impeachment.
States such as Pennsylvania and New Jersey are leading a number of states in passing DREAM Act immigration reform for undocumented youth.
Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker expressed her support for immigration reform on two different occasions this week.
Congressman Darrell Issa does not believe that comprehensive reform will pass in 2014, but is optimistic about the passage of a bill for highly skilled undocumented immigrants.
While the Senate-passed comprehensive immigration reform bill languishes in the House, California is passing their own set of immigration reforms that grant more rights to undocumented immigrants.
President Obama is in San Francisco today to talk about immigration reform and headline fundraisers. He will then head to Los Angeles to continue raising campaign money.
President Obama said on Tuesday that he would agree to House Republicans' piecemeal passage of the immigration reform bill. Women's groups also pushed for the passage of the bill on Tuesday.
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