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Immigration is a hot button issue in the presidential election and Thursday's split decision by the Supreme Court will continue to polarize voters on the issue.

President Obama argued the issue cannot be ignored forever. More than four million undocumented immigrants will be impacted by the Supreme Court's decision. Many of them now trapped in legal limbo.

Cynthia and Makeda, a mother and daughter who are directly impacted by the decision, and immigration attorney Liz Markuci talked about SCOTUS's decision.

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