President George W. Bush couldn't fix it. Neither could several sessions of Congress.
But several groups in the Bay Area are already sending their immigration policy suggestions to President-elect Barack Obama, hoping he can break the stalemate that for years has prevented lawmakers from enacting comprehensive immigration reform.
"Immigration is going to be kind of sticky, but I know he's going to do something," said the Rev. Marvin Webb of Richmond's Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church.
Webb paid a visit last week to Washington, D.C., part of a delegation of East Bay faith leaders who led a prayer rally outside the U.S. Treasury and met with Melody Barnes, a member of Obama's transition team, to talk about foreclosures and immigration. READ FULL STORY