For more than 25 years, it's never been the right time for immigration reform
Rojelio Bojorquez, 9, foreground; Laura Bojorquez, 11, and their mother Laura Veronica Perez, visit with the elder Laura's parents - Juana Alicia Bojorquez and Manuel de Jesus Perez Lopez - at the fence that separates Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, United States.
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#1 Feb 16, 2014
Maybe that should tell you something.its a no.
#2 Feb 16, 2014
#3 Feb 16, 2014
Look this is the point, No.25 more years will pass and still No.
#4 Feb 16, 2014
Can we just pass comprehensive immigration reform? It will benefit the economy as well as the Republicans future vote. I just don't understand why the Republicans refuses to helps those who are less fortunate. This country is build by immigrants who were here before us.
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