Democrat Martin O’Malley states his plans for immigration policy
Posted on Friday, July 17th, 2015 at 2:32 pm
As the 2016 election approaches, candidates for office are confronting the issue of immigration – a hot topic in the U.S., according to Fox 7 News on July 13.
Former Maryland Governor and Democratic presidential candidate Martin Joseph O’Malley stated that he would limit deportation of illegal immigrants in an attempt to keep families together. O’Malley criticized the country’s immigration process at an event in Manhattan, calling it a “broken system.” If elected, he said he would work with Congress to create a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants. Additionally, he would create an independent agency intended to streamline and fine-tune the immigration process.
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