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Clint Bolick on Immigration Wars
Clint Bolick on Immigration Wars

AIR DATE: March 14, 2013

A new book by Jeb Bush and Clint Bolick has stoked the debate on illegal immigration. In Immigration Wars, Bolick and Bush argue that immigration reform doesn't need to include a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a position that puts them at odds with a growing number of Democrats and Republicans who are working together on a bipartisan immigration bill. Is the plan by Bolick and Bush politically feasible? And how will it affect the millions of immigrants who crossed the border without authorization?


Clint Bolick, Director, Sharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation at the Goldwater Institute

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