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The Immigration Debate that Wasn't
Thursday, 09 August 2007

Congress has recessed for the summer, but the country's immigration crisis will still be around when legislators come back to work. How should they address it? A good start would be to break the issue into its component parts: national security, the social principles underlying our objective, and how to handle the 12 million illegal immigrants who are already here.

At the Dividing Line
Thursday, 09 August 2007

Anyone who thinks America's illegal immigration problem is writ in black and white has probably never been to San Ysidro. As Washington tries to forget its most recent immigration reform battle, border agents are enlisted as intelligence gatherers, rescuers and enforcement officials.

Feature Story
State Solutions: Immigration
Thursday, 09 August 2007



If the federal government won't do it, then many states will. PT rounds up the states making news with immigration policy decisions.

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A Tale of Many Cities
The debate may take place in DC, but the real impact of immigration policy is still felt at the local level.
Give us your tired, your poor - your drug lords
In the shadow of a failed U.S. immigration policy, police officers face dangerous new challenges.
PT talks to Susan Davis, U.S. Congress-woman from San Diego, California, about the topic on everyone's mind these days: immigration policy reform. April 5, 2006PT: What can you tell us about the over...
The immigration debate is reaching fever pitch, but is the political discussion touching the most important issues? April 5, 2006 When it comes to immigration policy, everyone has an opinion. Cons...
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