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Commentary: Immigration an engine for economic prosperity

4:44 PM, Jun. 20, 2013
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Republican support for immigration reform focuses mainly on political self-interest. Since 71 percent of Hispanics and 74 percent of Asians voted Democratic last November, it's easy to see why smart Republicans are so concerned.

As Ron Bonjean, a prominent GOP strategist, told Reuters: "If Republicans refuse to pass comprehensive immigration reform, we will become obsolete as a party within 10 years."

But there is another compelling reason for Republicans to get behind the immigration bill now on the Senate floor. That measure - which would eventually legalize millions of ...

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