We’ve been hearing a lot about immigration on the campaign trail, most of it based on outdated assumptions and echoing the arguments made when Congress was considering so-called comprehensive-immigration-reform bills in 2006 and 2007.
But up on Capitol Hill, there appears to be progress — bipartisan progress, even — toward changing our immigration laws to reflect current and emerging realities.
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