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Clint Bolick '82 Writes on Immigration Reform for Wall Street Journal

Clint Bolick '82, vice president for litigation at the Goldwater Institute, has published an essay on immigration reform in the Wall Street Journal.  The article, coauthored with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, calls for Republicans in Congress to support the comprehensive immigration reform bill recently passed by the Senate and suggests some possible amendments.

"The Senate immigration reform addresses most of the flaws of the current system," write Bolick and Bush. "It reduces family preferences, increases the number of high-skilled visas, expands guest-worker programs, and creates a merit-based immigration system for people who want to pursue the American dream. It also offers a path to citizenship for those who were brought here illegally as children, and dramatically increases resources and tools for border security."

Wall Street Journal