Here's What a Republican Immigration Victory Looks Like

Johnson, Fawn
June 2013
National Journal;6/21/2013, p5
The article discusses Republicans' vote on a bill that would give legal status to unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. The author claims that getting a significant boost in border security and enforcement is the only way that Republicans will be able to justify a vote to give legal status to immigrants. Negotiators in the Senate are preparing an amendment that would increase the number of border agents and resources for enforcement.


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