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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Cecilia Munoz
Republican leaders in the House already have said they won't take up the immigration reform bill that passed the Senate earlier this year.
When McCain speaks to the nation's largest Hispanic rights group this weekend, he will face an audience confused about his immigration position and looking for the same champion with whom they have worked for two decades.
Cecilia Munoz, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, told the Fusion television network that the administration feels constrained in steps it can take to halt deportations and said officials were "going to focus on Congress" as the place for action.
"What people are asking is the president just say he's not going to enforce the law with respect to 8 million, 10 million people, which is more than your executive authority allows you to do," Ms. Munoz said. "The answer to this conundrum is, always has been, legislation."