Be united on border security

July 2013
Hill;7/31/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 95, p23
The author discusses the border security legislation that will satisfy the concerns of the U.S. House Republicans to vote for an immigration reform that hews the amendment on border security introduced by Senator John Cornyn of Texas.


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