Monday, December 28, 2015
From the Los Angeles Times:
This year saw new influxes of Central Americans and Cubans on the southern border, Syrian refugees rejected by the leaders of more than 30 states and the president's executive action on immigration mired in legal challenges.
Next year, those stories are expected to play out amid a presidential campaign in which immigration is already a key issue. A look at what's ahead in 2016:
1. Cuban migrants: Will their special status change?
2. Syrian refugees: Will states win the right to reject them?
3. Executive action on immigration: Will the Supreme Court take the case?
4. Central American families: Will we see another crisis on the border like last year?
5. Pope on the border: Will it be safe?
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