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Immigration Reform, School Choice and the Proposed Border Commission

That makes more sense than School Choice. The whole Voter ID vs Voter Suppression issue is also contentious, but it at least makes sense as a means of ensuring that people given legal status under Immigration reform do not vote. And this is the right time to do something about Voter ID, right *after* a Presidential election. The months leading up to one are the stupidest time to bring it up.

First, a terrific compendium of think tank analyses of immigration compiled by the wizards at FindGravitas.com is here.

If you are going to debate immigration reform, be smart about immigration reform, especially about the positions of the opposite party's intellectuals.

This means among other things being smart about school choice for immigrant children. Vouchers for newly regularized immigrants under the age of 18 empowering them to attend any public or private school in the city in which they reside should be part of the GOP amendments to any immigration reform bill. The cost of such a voucher is...