Immigration Policy Topics

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Joshua Armant Duckworth - P08 Government 2301 March 7, 2012 Topic: Choose a policy topic that is important in the 2012 election. Discuss how the state and federal governments deal with the issue, the different arguments for and against the issue, and what two of the political parties feel about the policy Immigration Policy From the southern border states to the states that line the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, immigration in more prevalent and influential than ever. With there being more opportunity now than ever before, immigrants race over in order to get their share in this new economy built on ever0growing possibility for success. But, note that every immigrant is not legal, and here is where immigration takes a turn from…show more content…
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