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McCain to give immigration speech in Miami

John McCain is expected to announce during a conference call with Florida reporters today that he will expound on his immigration policy in - where else? - Miami on June 4.

The Arizona senator's support for a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to earn citizenship is a point of contention with his leading rivals, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

Romney dismisses the plan as "amnesty." Giuliani calls it a "hodgepodge." McCain apparently sees a ticket to winning immigrant-rich Florida, the nation's first big-state primary.

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Ron Mills

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anonymous

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