Immigration overhaul: Make your case
The bipartisan “Gang of Eight” senators on Wednesday released a proposal for what would be the most far-reaching overhaul of immigration laws since 1986. The plan includes a 13-year pathway to citizenship — which would require applicants to pay fines and back taxes, learn English and stay employed — for up to 11 million immigrants who are in the country illegally. Many Republicans have said they would not accept such a plan. As Congress debates immigration legislation, we take the case to you. Tell us what you think by voting below, and then explain your view in the comments.
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