Next up: comprehensive immigration reform

President Obama is pressuring lawmakers to complete work on immigration next year. If they were starting from scratch, such a major endeavor would seem impossible. But under the Obama administration’s vision, it is more than doable because he is simply picking up the conversation where it left off in 2007, when an massive immigration bill died on the Senate floor. …

The outline of an immigration deal is already there. It involves a path to citizenship for undocumented workers and tightened restrictions on the border and in the workplace so that it will be harder for illegal immigrants to live in the United States and find work. Now all that is needed is the coalition that supports it. That’s happening too.

Full article available here: http://nationaljournal.com/whitehouse/immigration-first-up-after-inauguration-20121114

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