New Life For Immigration Reform (Editorial)

Immigration reform — starting with the Dream Act, designed to help children brought into the country illegally to become legal residents — is one area in which there is broad popular approval, Americans in the main not being inclined to punish children for their parents' sins. What's more, it has the backing of traditional GOP supporters. Last week, for instance, the U.S Chamber of Commerce put the issue on its list of New Year's resolutions.

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