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What Would a Romney Presidency Mean for Immigration?

Posted: Apr 16, 2012


Judging by the poisitions Mitt Romney has taken on immgration during his campaign so far, a Romney presidency would include support for states to pass their own immigration laws; persuing a version of the DREAM Act that does not include a path to citizenship; and making the online work-authorization system E-Verify mandatory for all employers nationwide. Those are some of the findings of a recent analysis by the progressive Washington, D.C.- based organization Center for American Progress, reports La Opinión.

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