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Broaden the Immigration Debate and Abolish the Quotas

A.30 Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 6:20 AM
I usually agree with you, but all that needs to happen is for the feds and with assistance from the states enforce the immigration laws. Secure the border as best we can and maybe then we can discuss changing the laws.

The Supreme Court's recent decision in the Arizona immigration case settled the debate over whether states may criminalize violations of federal immigration law (they may not) or require local police to check the immigration status of detainees they suspect of being in the country illegally (they may).

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Miami. Under President Obama, about 400,000 illegal immigrants are being deported each year, the highest rate in more than 50 years.

But the ruling in Arizona v. United States did nothing at all to fix America's dysfunctional immigration system or clarify what to do...