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At Inauguration, Hopes for a Second-Term Agenda

Posted on 01/21/2013 by |Washington Watch | Comments

Bulletin Today | PoliticsMilitary heroes, children of immigrants and all manner of older Americans brought their cold-weather gear and their hopes for the country to the second inauguration of President Barack Obama on Monday. Karen Narasaki, 54, is hoping to see immigration reform, an issue she says is critical for the nation’s older Americans. “Their children are the workers who are going to be supporting the Social Security system.” Narasaki, whose parents were Japanese-born U.S. citizens who were placed in internment camps during …