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President Obama and immigration reform, starfish make a comeback, child care wastelands, and more




Lola Mae Bray looks out of the second floor of the Community Prisoner Mother Program in Pomona, Calif. where children under age seven live with their incarcerated mothers. The children are enrolled in preschool, Head Start or Kindergarten classes on-site, while the mothers take parenting, drug and alcohol abuse prevention and other classes.
Lola Mae Bray looks out of the second floor of the Community Prisoner Mother Program in Pomona, Calif. where children under age seven live with their incarcerated mothers. The children are enrolled in preschool, Head Start or Kindergarten classes on-site, while the mothers take parenting, drug and alcohol abuse prevention and other classes.
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On Thursday, Take Two discusses possible actions President Obama could take on immigration and what's at stake for the White House, starfish appear to be coming back after a mysterious disease caused them to melt away, what parents do when there are no child care options available, and much more.