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How not to enforce immigration

How not to enforce immigration

Our view: The Republican Party’s anti-immigration agenda is back in the spotlight and it’s just as counterproductive, hateful and costly as ever

With their proposed repeal of Obamacare proving too costly and ineffective to pass Congress, Republicans this week pivoted to another costly and ineffective boondoggle — xenophobic immigration policy. First, it was the new State Department guidelines on travel from six predominantly Muslim countries (made possible by the Supreme Court’s Monday decision to allow the Trump administration to institute a limited version of its proposed travel ban). What has resulted is slightly bizarre. With the court insisting that anyone with...

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