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  • Hillary Clinton's evolving stance on immigration

    As she tries to woo Hispanic voters ahead of the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton has shifted—even reversed—her views on immigration. Her statements are sure to be a hot topic at Tuesday night's Democratic debate. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy

As she tries to woo Hispanic voters ahead of the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton has shifted—even reversed—her views on immigration. Her statements are sure to be a hot topic at Tuesday night's Democratic debate. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy
As she tries to woo Hispanic voters ahead of the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton has shifted—even reversed—her views on immigration. Her statements are sure to be a hot topic at Tuesday night's Democratic debate. Nicole L. Cvetnic / McClatchy

As she woos Hispanics, Clinton moves left on immigration

October 09, 2015 11:32 AM