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- Chuck Norris honorary chairman of NRA voter registration campaign
Topic - Angela Maria Kelley
From President Clinton's stern 1995 call to stop "the large numbers of illegal aliens" taking American jobs to President Obama's plea last year for legalizing "responsible young people" to work in the U.S. economy, the politics of immigration can be traced through State of the Union addresses.
Ms. Kelley said she doesn't expect Mr. Obama to go too deep into immigration in Tuesday's address — particularly after giving a major speech in Las Vegas last month calling for action.
"A lot's definitely changed. It's the politics aligning with the demographic changes," said Angela Maria Kelley, vice president of immigration policy at the Center for American Progress.