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NATION WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's decisions on immigration last week have angered Republicans, but have drawn strong support from a key audience, Latino voters, according to a new survey. Roughly 9 in 10 Latino registered voters said they supported Obama's move to shield parents of U.S. citizens and permanent residents from deportation, according to the survey by Latino Decisions, a polling firm that specializes in Latino voters. --Tribune Washington Bureau Cleveland's police chief on Monday called on the community to come together after police officers killed a 12-year-old boy who was holding a fake gun. "A tragedy like this really affects our entire community," ...

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