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A view of the US Capitol on January 27, 2014 in Washington. US President Barack Obama will deliver his State of the Union address to a joint meeting of Congress on January 28.
When President Obama makes his State of the Union speech tonight, he's expected to once again address the need for immigration reform.
In his last State of the Union, the President made a call to action, telling Congress to pass an immigration bill saying "Let's get it done." There was some real progress, the Senate even passed a bill before immigration reform stalled out in the House.
But it's a new year and, so far, it looks like there's renewed action on this issue.
To learn more about the state of immigration reform in the capitol and how the President may address it this evening, we're joined by Seung Min Kim from Politico.