Immigration Reform Resuscitated


President Barack Obama has recently stated his commitment to the revival of legislative efforts aimed at workable immigration reforms, and it appears likely that some kind of reform will occur this year in order to deter states from creating and enforcing ad hoc immigration policies, such as that of Arizona.

While polls have indicated that 55 to 60 percent of Americans believe that immigration reform should be a congressional priority now, elected representatives will have a hard time gauging public sentiment on the nitty gritty issues involved in reform.

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