(Fox News) A detailed timeline being released this week by a leading anti-illegal immigration group documents what the organization describes as a pattern by the Obama administration of looking the other way on immigration enforcement.
While the charges are not necessarily new, the detailed list of grievances regarding the administration's immigration policy could provide fodder for those trying to paint President Obama as weak on enforcement in advance of the November election.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform, which provided an advance copy of the election-year study to FoxNews.com, catalogued dozens of statements and policy decisions since 2009. The group claims the "unilateral actions" all bend toward the same goal -- "to render enforcement of U.S. immigration laws ineffective."
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