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Immigration Reform: Congress Won't Vote? A Changing Electorate Will

Plagued by ideological gridlock, midterm electioneering and the fall of Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Congress appears hopelessly fragmented and paralyzed, unable to vote on even the most important policy issues of our time. Some think comprehensive immigration reform is dead, others say it's for the best. Anti-reformists argue that lawmakers should double-down and focus on jobs and the economy. The problem: Comprehensive immigration reform is the economy.

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