Bipartisan group of senators to unveil framework for immigration overhaul

A key group of senators from both parties will unveil on Monday the framework of a broad overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws, including a pathway to citizenship for more than 11 million illegal immigrants.

The detailed, four-page statement of principles will carry the signatures of four Republicans and four Democrats, a bipartisan push that would have been unimaginable just months ago on one of the country’s most emotionally divisive issues. Full Story »

Posted by Pamela Hogle - via Memeorandum, Washington Post , Google News (Immigration)
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Posted by: Posted by Pamela Hogle - Jan 28, 2013 - 12:49 AM PST
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Edited by: Pamela Hogle - Jan 29, 2013 - 12:03 PM PST

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by charles Ibe - Jan. 30, 2013

Yes it is a good journalism because it talks about the framework for immigration laws and how it can be implemented. It also talks about how we can undocument immigrants with criminal records. It is also a good journalism because of how they give right to vote and access to government benefits based on new mesures which are in place to prevent a future influx of lllegal immigrants. They also emphasis on how undocumented immigrants who seeks citizenship are required to go to the end of waiting for their green card.

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