Rev. Al Sharpton Stands By President Obama’s Efforts on Immigration Reform
From The New York Daily News
Participants at a White House meeting with Obama on Tuesday reported he’s determined to keep the issue alive – and asked for help forging a bipartisan consensus behind reforming an immigration policy he often calls "broken."
The Rev. Al Sharpton called the session "a very healthy beginning" and suggested proponents and opponents join together in "unlikely pairs" to "give a central message: Immigration reform is something America needs and something that America must do together."
"Immigration reform must be a priority," he said.