Obama’s decision on U.S. deportations poses political risks
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Uruguay President Jose Mujica, meeting at the White House with President Barack Obama, on Monday urged the United States to become bilingual, joking that immigrants from Latin America would fill the country with Spanish speakers.
“We belong to a continent where our mother tongue is more or less Spanish. And we live in a time where we need to learn English,” the leftist Mujica, dressed in a suit but no tie, said to Obama.
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Obama starts remarks in Oval Office then pauses and asks for his Translator, saying his Spanish is a little shaky
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, May 12 (Reuters) – Six months ago the
U.S. oil industry scored a surprise win against farm groups when
the Obama administration proposed slashing the amount of ethanol
refiners must blend into gasoline, a move that could save them
billions of dollars.
Stunned by the reversal, producers of the corn-based biofuel
and their supporters are now fighting back ahead of a June
deadline for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to make a
final decision on the cut.