Comprehensive immigration reform — perhaps America’s most pressing domestic need — should not be as difficult as the parties’ two extremes make it out to be. The interests of ultra-crunchy progressives on the left and nativists on the right are both served by a false choice between “comprehensive immigration reform” and a small, targeted bill, usually aimed at recognizing the “dreamers” as Americans.
Can two former presidents unravel the immigration knot?
Hugh Hewitt, The Washington Post, April 23, 2021
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