Cheers and jeers for immigration plan

Good morning! It's Christine Nelson on this #TGIF!! Today is November 21. This quick email will let you know all the top stories we're following overnight while you were sleeping. Tune in now to WBTV News This Morning. We're live until 9 a.m. on WBTV and Bounce TV.

Republicans are against the way President Barack Obama is going about immigration reform. But he also getting pats on the back too. In a nutshell, Obama says immigrants who've lived illegally in the U.S. for more than five years can avoid being deported if their children are citizens or lawful permanent residents, and they pass background checks and pay fees. They also can get work permits. We have reaction from both sides.

NEW OVERNIGHT: Developments while you were sleeping in the Ferguson police shooting. We're hearing now the grand jury could be giving it decision TODAY on whether or not Officer Darren Wilson should be indicted for the shooting death of Michael Brown. We are also getting word Wilson is in the final stages of negotiating his resignation from the police department.

Remember this time yesterday we were telling you about the shooting on the campus of Florida State University. The girlfriend of the shooter is speaking out about the gunman's mental health.

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