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The immigration enforcement backlog (access required)

Nearly five months ago, I reported that the lasting impact of SB1070 - assuming it ever goes into effect the way its drafters intended - may be to increase the number of illegal immigrants who are given temporary work visas and permanent U.S. citizenship. A major part of that story is the severe backlog in immigration ...

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  1. This illustrates the law of unintended consequences for an ill-conceived, poorly thought out law. There were any number of other ways in which this issue could have been and should have been addressed without resorting to an all out attack on our friends and neighbors from Mexico.

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